As we get into the dearth, it is important to evaluate your colony space, size, and health and take extra precautions when feeding and inspecting.
Why can’t you just leave unused honeycomb in your garage or shop for the winter? We’ll tell you all about it.
We were recently asked for a few tips on relocating bees in their hives to a new locations. You may need to move them to a new yard, relocate them to a different property, load bees up for pollination, or removing them from a property. Here are some “best practices” for moving bees
Replacing a queen with success requires a little preparation and the right tools. Queen bees are too expensive to lose to user error.
Our adventure continues as we went on our first trip to pollinate almonds this year. We tagged along this year and sent about 80 hives as part of a larger load…