17 11, 2021

Mead Making Class Handouts

2021-11-17T20:10:15-06:00November 17th, 2021|Recipes, Tips for Beekeepers, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Mead Making Class Handouts

Necessary Equipment Scale (optional) you can record weight total weight of each ingredient first time, then use scale weight in grams in the future). Primary Fermentor ( 10 gallon bucket) Hydrometer and Test tube Large spoon (metal [...]

13 06, 2021

Flow Hive Experience

2021-06-13T05:55:37-05:00June 13th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Flow Hive Experience

Flow Hive Experience....by Ron Adelman This is my third year with three hives.  Two are Flow Hives and one is a Langstroth.  All have successfully wintered over from three nucs although I had some issues my first year [...]

5 02, 2021

Advanced Beekeeping Seminar Series Day 2 – Ian Steppler – An Overview

2021-02-05T19:54:31-06:00February 5th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Advanced Beekeeping Seminar Series Day 2 – Ian Steppler – An Overview

A Blog post by Jim Masucci  summarizing Ian Steppler’s  Advanced Beekeeping Workshop presentation. On Monday, February 1, Ian Steppler presented his method of beekeeping to the Three Rivers Intermediate Beekeeping Workshop.  His presentation centered around how he [...]

1 11, 2020

Mouse Guards

2020-11-01T10:29:16-06:00November 1st, 2020|Tips for Beekeepers, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Mouse Guards

Beekeepers in many areas of the country, including Southeastern Missouri, struggle with controlling mice in the apiary.  The hive is a nice, sheltered, relatively warm area for them to seek refuge from the cold and wet during [...]

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