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Natural Beekeeping: Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture
|Beekeeping is the keeping of honeybees to harvest their honey. This can be done professionally or privately. Honey is considered a lot healthier than sugar so there is a big demand for it.
Keeping your own bees also guarantees that you are getting the real product. So much of what you buy has been processed so much that
it doesn't have any of the health qualities left. Plus many big store chains buy their honey from China where it isn't honey at all and may be harmful
Beekeeping can also be part of being self-sufficient if things get so bad in the economy that you have to rely on your own resources to obtain food. Honey can be bartered for other goods and be something you can rely on in tough times. One fear is the disease that is killing off the honeybees. Hopefully a cure will be found soon. This is also driving up the cost of real honey.
When we were kids our family had a beehive filled with mostly friendly bees, (I did get stung once from them) and we harvested the honey once a year and had more than enough for our family and to share. No only did the bees supply honey for us but they also benefit the surrounding countryside in pollination.
On this page you will find bee keeping information and supplies. Bee Hives, backyard beekeeping, bee keeper books and supplies, bee keeping equipment, clothing, bee suit, advice, beginners information, beeswax. Learn about the best plants for bees, home bee keeping, honey bee, how to raise honey bees, how to start beekeeping, native bees, natural beekeeping, raising honey bees and much more.
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