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New Beekeeping Video & Why Bees Die In The Winter

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New Beekeeping Video & Why Bees Die In The Winter


Hey everyone, we are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

We are only 10 days away from Thanksgiving!! We realize with COVID 19 Thanksgiving might be different for your family gatherings, so please be safe and enjoy this special time of the year.
I’ve made a new YouTube video that you will enjoy. Find out in this video if my experiment will succeed to be a flop. Click on the video below to watch.

New YouTube Video
50,000 Subscribers Closing In
We are closing in on 50,000 subscribers for our YouTube beekeeping channel. Thank you so much for helping us reach 50,000!! We are only 1,637 subscribers away from 50,000. We are hoping to reach this goal by the end of 2020.
New YouTube Merchandise
You’ve been telling us for some time to offer T-shirts and merchandise on our YouTube channel, and so we are offering merchandise now!! In the description of our newest video you’ll find links to pre-order your shirt or hoodie. There’s a picture of me standing in front of my camera holding a frame of bees making a beekeeping video with my signature on the shirt.
This is a great for new beginners who are thinking about beekeeping or have only been keeping bees a few years. A great Christmas present. Order your autograph copy today.
Our book has been endorsed by Dr. Gene Robinson from the University of Illinois and EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, Jon Zawislak, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture and EAS Certified Master Beekeeper and Steve Repasky, Author of Swarm Essentials and EAS Certified Master Beekeeper
“The popularity of beekeeping is surging across the country―as an enjoyable hobby, source of delicious honey, and a way to help address the alarming decline in pollinators. David and Sheri Burns have written a comprehensive guide to getting started in beekeeping in an easygoing style that is chock-full of accurate and up-to-date information. If you’re thinking of keeping bees in your backyard or on the roof of your apartment building, or even if you already have a hive or two, this will be a very useful book for you.” ―Gene E. Robinson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“David and Sheri have combined a thorough knowledge of honey bees with years of practical hands-on experience into a clear and concise introduction to hobbyist beekeeping. This well-organized and illustrated book invites and encourages the reader to begin falling in love with bees for themselves.” ―Jon Zawislak, Apiculture Instructor, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture
“In the very complex field of keeping honey bees, David and Sherri simplify the many in-depth topics that a new beekeeper needs to consider when starting their beekeeping journey. Backyard Beekeeping is a must-read for anyone considering this fascinating adventure!” ―Stephen Repasky, EAS Certified Master Beekeeper and Author of Swarm Essentials
Online Beekeeping Courses
With the pandemic worsening, the chances of winter or spring on site beekeeping classes at your club or college do not look good. Decide now to prepare for spring by taking one of our ONLINE beekeeping courses. Beware that some FREE online courses may not be thorough enough to give you the knowledge you need. You can enjoy my video courses in the comfort of your home, at your own pace. These courses are yours to keep forever and you can safely learn about bees from your home.
Click on this link for online course info: https://www.honeybeesonline.com/online-beekeeping-academy/
Winter-Bee-Kinds UPDATE
Because our winter-bee-kinds are selling so fast, we temporarily took them offline until we can get caught up! We plan to be caught up within a week or two so look for them to be back online. We appreciate the support of our product.
Feeding Bees In The Winter: Inspecting A Winter Bee Kind
Why Bees Die In The Winter
Varroa Mites Spreading Viruses
-Keep your mite levels down all year long to control winter viruses.
Lack of Resources
-Our Winter-Bee-Kind is a great way to ensure your bees do not run out of resources during winter.
Lack of Bees of Winter Physiology
-Bees of winter physiology live 4-6 months giving your bees the population they need to stay warm throughout the winter, and be strong in the spring.
Poor Queen/Lack of Adequate Population
-Inspect your hive every 2 weeks in the spring and summer to ensure you have a strong laying queen. If not, replace her.
Too Much Moisture
-Condensation can develop inside the hive in the winter. Use a Winter-Bee-Kind to absorb the moisture.
-Monitor your hive in the spring and summer for any signs of diseases.


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