Beekeeping For Beginners – Start Up Guide


Beekeeping For Beginners – Start Up Guide


Complete Guide Shows You Step-By-Step… How To Start Beekeeping Even If You’re An Absolute Beginner!

There’s just something about honey. Something that makes it special.

Maybe it’s the fact that it’s an insect that creates a food product that’s enjoyed by millions of humans every year. (400 million pounds are consumed every year in the America alone)

Maybe it’s the wonder that an insect can create something that’s so sweet and tasty.

Whatever it is, honey is an extra-special food.

Maybe that’s why there are as many as 200,000 beekeepers in the United States, most of which are hobbyists.

And that’s probably why you are here on this page… wishing you, too, could join the crowd and start bee keeping.

But when it comes to this…

Many People Don’t Know Where To Start!

You may have dreams in your head about your own honeybee colony. But you may have had questions and problems pop into your mind just as quickly.

It can be a little overwhelming and discouraging!

“If only there was an all-in-one resource that would teach me all I need to know to get started,” you might be wishing.

Introducing… “Beekeeping For Beginners – Start Up Guide”

Even if you don’t know anything about it, you’ll find all the basic information that you need to know.

This book will take you from knowing next to nothing about bee keeping to enjoying your first harvest of honey!

In “Beekeeping For Beginners – Start Up Guide”, You’ll Discover…

  • How you too can start, step-by-step!
  • How they “ripen” your honey (hint: see them doing this, and you know your honey is being ripened!) (page 27)
  • The best time of year to start (page 35)
  • How to tell and what to do if your queen bee dies (page 62)
  • Where to keep them (Live in the city? No problem!) (page 32)
  • What to make a “watering trough” for them out of _________ (page 29)
  • What kind of bees should you get? (page 38)
  • What “swarming” is and why they are so peaceable during this (page 52)
  • How to remove them from a frame to put them in their new home (page 51)
  • Using a smoker to make them completely calm (page 41)
  • What direction should your hives face? (page 35)
  • Who should keep them? (page 32)
  • If you live north of ________, you should winter your hives (indoors or outdoors) – here’s how (page 94)
  • What kind of hive should you use for them? (page 47)
  • The best trees, plants, and flowers for them to produce as much and as best honey as possible (page 103)
  • The two simple & easy things you can buy to be safe from stings (page 41)
  • How many hives you should start with (page 36)
  • Where not to stand when walking around a hive (page 42)
  • How to safely handle them (page 40)
  • The best places to store your harvested honey (page 127)
  • How to easily drive away ants and other enemies from your hives (page 116)
  • A small, inexpensive tool you’ll want for your project (page 42)
  • What kind of clothes NOT to wear when around a hive (page 42)
  • Keeping a see-through “observation” hive (page 114)
  • How to divide a colony (page 60)
  • How to remove honey from a hive (page 84)
  • And so, so much more!

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Beekeeping For Beginners – Start Up Guide