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The Bee Book For Beginners: An Apiculture Starter or How To Be A Backyard Beekeeper And Harvest Honey From Your Own Bee Hives (Backyard Farm Books)

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If you have a taste for honey or an adventurous side, maybe you have thought of becoming a beekeeper. What would you really be in for, though? Is it really a job, or is it a fun way to get your own honey? Well, it's really both.

Being a beekeeper is a lot of work, but it also has a lot of benefits. Anyone can do it, as long as they know to be prepared. You can't just wake u
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Kindle Edition, 3.1, 44 pages
Published February 9th 2012 by 3D4T
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Jul 29, 2013 Nichole rated it it was ok
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A very light manual on bees, with a surprising amount of repetition. A bit of a "dummy's" guide; a good starter for those who know absolutely nothing about bees.

At one point, the book tells us, "it is imperative that beekeepers be on the lookout for signs o the disorder...." Those signs are never actually listed, however. Perhaps that's Vol. II?
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Frank was born and bred in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England in 1945. The son of family of mill workers, he spent much of his free time on the Yorkshire Moors to fuel his fascination with wildlife and nature, and went on to lecture at the BICC. In 1995 he emigrated to the USA and now lives in peace on the shore of Lake Erie, Ohio with his wife, two dogs, a colony of honey bees and a menagerie of ...more
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