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  1. Beekeeping 101
    I am posting this for future reference so someone like me may find it in the future and not worry as much. I am not justifying what I did but want to just post my experience for future reference. This is of course in regards to using organic sugar over refined sugar for my 1:1 sugar water mix...
  2. "Scientific" Studies / CCD / Neonics
    Organic vs. conventional farming: Which has lower environmental impact? Iida Ruishalme | July 25, 2016 | Genetic Literacy Project 25552641-Sustainable-agriculture-business-for-save-the-earth-concept The Swedish Food Agency (Svenska Livsmedelsverket SLV) recently published a report on a...
  3. Marketing Forum
    Hello all! I have had some success in WNC with my product in stores and I want to have an online presence. My company specializes in an organic, antibiotic-free, chemical-free additive that goes in feed. I have a facebook and a website but I am having little success. I was featured on a podcast...
  4. Welcome Forum
    Hello Everyone! I am happy to finally join bee source after years of learning from this massive resource! My name is Jacob Wustner and I am a second generation commercial beekeeper from Missoula, MT. Currently I live in Stevensville, MT in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley. My brother and I...
  5. Video Gallery
    An informative and ridiculously funny educational video about sustainable, raw, organic, local honey from urban farmer and notorious boob, Konstantine Von Fäntzipäntz. https://youtu.be/mIx1sqUh9Nc
  6. Apitherapy
    Organic Tracers from Asphalt in Propolis Produced by Urban Honey Bees, Apis mellifera Linn. Propolis is a gummy material produced by honey bees to protect their hives and currently has drawn the attention of researchers due to its broad clinical use. It has been reported, based only on...
  7. Treatment-Free Beekeeping
    I would like to move 10 hives of commercial bees from 10 frame deep boxes into 8 frame mediums and start regressing them/naturalizing them and do it chemical, wax and plastic foundation free. Any advise or have I inhaled to much smoke?:lpf: Oh and they're showing up next week :eek:
  8. Coffee Klatch
    Conversion of Solid Organic Wastes into Oil via Boettcherisca peregrine (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) Larvae and Optimization of Parameters for Biodiesel Production Many saprophagous insect larvae fed on solid organic wastes (e.g., animal manure, food waste etc.) can be converted into insect oil and...
  9. Beekeeping Meetings and Classes
    Gold Star Honeybees and Newforest Institute have partnered to bring you a Weekend Intensive class - called Top Bar Beekeeping 101. FEBRUARY 25 AND 26, 2012 Class starts at 8:30 with breakfast, runs until 4pm each day. NEWFOREST INSTITUTE 66 MONROE HWY BROOKS, ME 04921 Learn how to make your...
  10. Welcome Forum
    WE ARE LOCATED IN CLINTON WISCONSIN 53525 I JEFF GRELYAK WOULD LIKE TO SAY HI TO ALL THE BEEKEEPERS OUT THERE. WE ARE HOLISTIC AND ORGANIC BEEKEEPERS , ALL OF OUR WOOD PRODUCTS HAVE ONE COAT OF (LINSEED OIL FROM THE FLAXSEED FLOWER) ALL OF ARE PRODUCTS ARE MADE BY ME AND MY SONS (AMERICAN...
  11. Welcome Forum
    Hi all, My screen name has to do with one of my dogs' nicknames, so no connection to Sioux Bee honey;-)) I've been to bee school, have some equipment (took me a while to afford it all), and I have a Langstroth hive that I'm thinking of not using, because I have a physical problem lifting right...
  12. Coffee Klatch
    I'm interested in hearing about some of your experiences with grafting and growing apple trees. For now I'm most interested in the selection and use of rootstock and scions. I'd also like to know what books you might recommend on the subject.
  13. Welcome Forum
    Hi everyone. I am just getting started with beekeeping. I have 2 8-frame hives that I will install in the "bee garden" spring of 2010. I am planning on going organic...like I have with my flower garden. Right now I am reading everything I can get my hands on...watching YouTube videos and...
  14. Welcome Forum
    Hi there! I'm not currenty keeping bees but am interested in getting back into it and finding a supplier of downsized bees a la Dee Lusby and the biological beekeeping movement etc. etc. I thought I'd start hanging out here and learning all I can about what people are going through vis-a-vis...
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