There are many amazing beekeeping blogs on the Internet, these are some of the the ones I regularly read.
Emma Tennant’s blog features her excellent drawings and photography. She regularly posts notes on beekeeping exams which I find both very useful and they inspire me to get my finger out and actually start taking them.
Beekeeping has more myths and wives-tales than most. Biologist Randy Oliver and his one thousand hives helps separate fact from fiction. His fascinating blog tests many common beekeeping practices to determine how effective they actually are.
There is a lot of well funded support for beekeeper providing excellent resources for us, take advantage of them.
The British Beekeepers Association has been a great help to me, the forum is useful but it’s the events I’ve really taken advantage of recently. Each one I attend I learn something I can practically apply in my beeking.
The National Bee Unit is the UK Government funded organisation which supports beekeepers. I would strongly recommend registering your hives on the site and subscribing to the email notifications. The guides published on the site are free and cover almost any topic you could want to know about.
The Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders’ Association, or BIBBA for short, is an organisation focused on selecting and breeding bees best suited to British conditions. It wasn’t until I
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I use to produce a podcast and know how much time and effort is requires to produce good audio or video content. These guys often keep me company on my drive to work.