My home apiary . . .
Raising Vermont Bees one mistake at a time.
USDA Zone 5A
Last edited by snl; 06-25-2012 at 11:27 AM.
Thanks for your input , had 3 of 23 colonies did this well. This colony produced 7 med extracted honey then superceded the queen. (Text book checkerboarding ) Thanks to Walt Wright.
Poppy's Bees, Queens, and Honey
Mammoth Cave, KY
good looking grass nasalsponge
bee row.jpgrow of bees
Buffalo, I run 125 hives right now. Getting ready to make about 50 Nucs here for overwinter and place them on another farm location. As far as feed goes, I am taking them south for the winter after I am done with pollination down in the southern part of the Commonwealth.
Red Dirt Apiaries
My urban apiary in Urbana, Illinois:
With a back yard up against the railroad tracks, I don't have back neighbors. Makes the whole thing a lot easier!
My "stay at home hives" on this page:http://www.flickr.com/photos/60283506@N00/
Ah well, I figured I'd update mine. Nothing fancy.
President, San Francisco Beekeepers Association
my very basic backyard setup....
Picture of my yard, they were fruitful and multiplied
Honey and Hoxie 031.jpg
ahh actually got it to post....
Ed, KA9CTT profanity is IGNORANCE made audible
you can`t fix stupid not even with duct tape
I know where that one is! Just like here, more without honey than with!