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- Brent Simpson on Grafting / Queen Rearing field day next Wednesday
- Grafting / Queen Rearing field day next Wednesday | Cookeville BeeKeepers on An Introduction to Queen Rearing
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- LeAnna Totten on Field day this Saturday May 18
- Christy Schaffer on Local Honey for sale
Category Archives: Bee Keeping Equipment
If you are handy with woodworking I found this site to make screened bottom boards. I went to Highland hardware and got a roll of screen for about $20. This roll looks like it will make 100 screened bottom boards. … Continue reading
This post has been previously published on Cookevillebeekeepers.com but contains seasonally relevant information. Honey bees are cavity nesters, and they will make their home inside of all kinds of things – hollow trees, walls, empty oil drums, water meter boxes … Continue reading
If you ever do bee removals you might have to attach natural comb into a hive setup. This is just one of many ways. Probably one of the easier ways for top bar hives. Don’t Forget – We will … Continue reading
If you have bees you need a nucleus hive, but we’ve already talked about that. This is about how you can build a nucleus hive easily and economically – for about $15. This is a 5 frame medium nuc, which … Continue reading
This video from Germany (I think) is showing robber bees crowding in through a little hole above the regular entrance. It also shows a really simple way to attach hardware cloth mouse guards using push pins. I did a spot … Continue reading