The Beekeeping Resource Guide

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11 08 27 Dahlia Festival Bee 91 The Beekeeping Resource Guide

Beekeeping scientifically known as apiculture. It is the art of raising honeybees. Honeybees are maintained in colonies usually in hives. Beekeepers keep bees an apiary to reproduce bees, pollinate crops, honey and beeswax harvesting. These resources provide comprehensive information on beekeeping.

History of Beekeeping

Benefits/Products

  • Benefits: A brief explanation of the benefits of beekeeping.
  • Beekeeping in Africa: A students explores the benefits of beekeeping in Africa.
  • Beekeeping Benefits: Explores four ways that beekeeping can benefit.
  • Honey: A brief description of the production of honey.
  • Bee Products: A description of the two most common bee products.

Safety

Methods/techniques

Equipment

Information on bees

  • Biology: A factsheet on the biology of honeybees.
  • The Honey Bee: An extensive information sheet with illustrations, video, and images of the honeybee.
  • Wild Bees: A detailed description of the wild bee.
  • Honey Bee: An explicit resource of the honeybee.
  • The Bee Colony: A brief explanation of mating queens.

Laws/Regulations

Statistics

  • Honey: 2009-honey production report.
  • USA: Statistics of beekeeping in the United States.
  • Beekeeping Industry: A National Agricultural Statistics Service report on the beekeeping industry.
  • Honey Statistics: Statistics of the production of honey dating back to the 1970’s.
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