Candy Recipe Feed for bees

Candy Recipe Feed for bees

An Emergency Winter Feed for Bees By Ian Brown If you are uncertain whether your bees have sufficient winter stores, then the following is a recipe for candy which can be safely fed to the bees when they are not active due to cold conditions and therefore could not be...
Meade Recipe

Meade Recipe

Meade Recipe Double Fermented Aged Honey Meade Be patient, this Meade will take about 18 months before it is ready to drink and the longer you leave it, the better it is. Club members that tasted it in Jan 2015 will now know that what they tasted had matured in the...
Opening a Hive

Opening a Hive

Opening a Hive Things You Should Do Each & Every Time You Open A Hive. By Lindsay Wilson Observation – Of the area and hive, flight paths, activity, pollen going into the hive, guard bees, and the most important is the weather e.g; Temperature and wind. As...
40 Uses for Honey

40 Uses for Honey

40 Uses for Honey More than 40 Incredible Uses for Honey Thanks to Body Mind Soul Spirit for this article In our age of western medicine, society has turned away from natural health remedies that were greatly used by our ancestors. We often rely more on the modern...
Nucleus hive

Nucleus hive

What is a Nuc, How, When, Where can I use it? By Southside Beekeepers Club Inc. People say what is it ? Do I need a Nuc?Will I use it? Can I save money not having one? I can’t see the point in having one! Well You Do Need a Nuc. A Nuc is a small bee hive, having 4...
What is Honey

What is Honey

Honey: What is it? By Lindsay Wilson This is not as simple as you may first think! It starts out life from nectar that’s all Sugar (Sucrose) and about 85% water. The bees turn the Sucrose into other carbohydrates mainly Fructose and Glucose, Fructose is also called...