Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Channel: Sammy839 Y-T
I am a young Beekeeper helping the world
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Video length: 7:16
Saturday, 18 January 2020
WHAT A GAME !! HSFB California vs Arizona : Centennial (CA) v Chandler (AZ) Highlight Mix
Video length: 6:58
Posted by Barefoot Beekeeper at 03:21
Friday, 17 January 2020
A video describing and highlighting just how great the love of God is. When we truly see that He loves us right where we are it sparks a desire in us to worship. God lavishes his love and grace on us amidst our failure and brokenness. He isnt surprised when we fall, stumble, or mess up. He saw it the whole time and loved us the same. http://DesiringGOD.org ... http://HeartChanger.com
Video length: 7:05
Thursday, 16 January 2020
Channel: Denny Rauen
BeeVangelists founder Charlie Koenen talks about supplemental winter feeding and genetics for Koenen vented topbar hives. http://www.beevangelists.org https://www.facebook.com/charlie.koenen?epa=SEARCH_BOX
Video length: 3:27
Posted by Barefoot Beekeeper at 02:57
Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Channel: William Summers
more info at https://www.thezesthive.com/
This is best done in late August when the honey is mostly sealed.
Crushing the comb and Draining the Honey
It is usual to get 90% of the honey out of the nylon mesh bag on the first day. Manipulate the bag by hand the following day to ensure that all the honey that can drain out has done so. At this point you can feed the contents of the mesh bag back to the bees either in late Autumn for Winter feed or in early spring as a stimulation feed. If you choose not to do so, because there is granulated honey that you wish to harvest, then heat it, to access it as follows.
Heating the Crushed Comb to Harvest the Last of the Honey at 43 degrees
A thermostatically controlled honey heater, some short disposable stockings and a double saucepan is needed with the inner one perforated to allow the heated honey to pass into the outer one for collection.
Heating the Crushed Comb to Harvest the Wax at 63 degrees
Wax has many uses, but none more bee friendly than to melt it again, dipping the top bar of the ZEST frames into it for reuse by the bees. This saves the bees energy that would be needed to make new wax.
Video length: 8:34
Category: People & Blogs
Posted by Barefoot Beekeeper at 03:42
Saturday, 11 January 2020
Friday, 10 January 2020
Channel: The Productive Garden
The drama of my top bar hive continues. Sometimes things just dont go as planned but it is a good learning experience.
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Video length: 19:35
Posted by Barefoot Beekeeper at 02:24