Beekeeping: A Beginners Guide To Beekeeping by Nancy Ross

A Beginners Guide To Beekeeping

Beekeeping: a beginners guide to beekeeping


Whether you want to make your own honey, boost your vegetable garden's production, or for the sheer enjoyment of beekeeping this book can help you. 

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How Many Hives Should I Have?
Where do I Find My Bees?
Picking the Right Supplies
Setting Up Your Beehive
How to Collect the Honey
Common Problems That You May Encounter with Beekeeping
Tips to Succeeding in Beekeeping
Much, Much, More!

Genre: CRAFTS & HOBBIES / General

Secondary Genre: GARDENING / General

Language: English

Keywords: beekeeping, farming, mini farming, homesteading

Word Count: 10,000

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Beekeeping can be a very rewarding experience. Some people find it is a great hobby for them to enjoy to get outside in nature, have some fun, and learn something new. Others take it as a more serious endeavor in order to make money from the honey or as a learning activity in homeschooling. No matter what your reason for getting into beekeeping, it can be an enjoyable experience for everyone.


The good news is that basic beekeeping isn’t going to require a lot of time or space, and you won’t need a lot of money in order to get started. And as long as flowers can bloom in your area, you can keep bees in that area. For a little bit of work, you are going to get some delicious honey that you can place on your toast, in your tea, or to keep around for any time that you need something a little bit sweet.


Hobby beekeepers have been declining in our country. It is estimated that there are only 100,000 hobby beekeepers right now in the United States, down from 200,000 just a few years ago. This means that it is the perfect time to get back into this hobby so that you can learn how beekeeping goes and start to bring these numbers up. It is believed that urbanization is the biggest issue with the decline, as well as parasitic mites that increase costs and decrease production.


Some people may be worried about the costs and feel that they will get stung or have other problems, but in reality, you just need a few hives in order to get tons of extra honey each year. You don’t need to have a big hive, or spend hours on the hives; you just need to have a few and you are set. Let’s take a look at some of the basics that you should learn if you are interested in keeping bees in your home.


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