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    I am currently a student at Baylor University who is from Waco looking to start a few apiaries this spring. If anyone at Baylor sees this, don't hesitate to contact me. I study electrical and computer engineering and I am hoping to start some sort of bee club at Baylor. Any help would be greatly...
  2. Bee Forum
    The buzz about the decreasing honeybee population has motivated some Floridians to invest in a new hobby. Each year, the nation’s population of honeybees declines by more than 30 percent. Meanwhile, the number of Floridian beekeepers has nearly tripled in the past decade, with more than 2,700...
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    Thousands of backyard beekeepers get a buzz from honey hobby By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley The Miami Herald By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley Special to The Miami Herald It used to be that just about the only choice you had when purchasing honey was whether to buy it in a glass jar or a chubby plastic...
  4. Bee Forum
    Bee keeper Allen Dovico, who raises bees to collect honey and is growing his colonies, shows off a frame where the bees have started to cap off the honey combs Wednesday afternoon May 29, 2013. He averages about 90 pounds of honey from each hive in about 4-6 weeks...
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    The title to this message may be premature seeing as how the only thing I'm "keeping" at the moment are some notes from my local beekeeping association's "beginner course" and a copy of my check for the deposit on two nucs from a local apiary -- but that's enough to make it feel like a...
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