Bee Blogs – February 2016

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INTRODUCTION
The weather has, for the most part, been extremely mild – this can be a disadvantage for the bees – because they are flying a [Read More]

Bee Blog -January 2016

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There was an Old Man in a tree, 
who was horribly bored by a bee.
When they said , ‘Does it buzz?’
He replied,’Yes, it does.
It’s a regular [Read More]

Bee Blogs – December 2015

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‘Instead of dirt and poison we have rather chosen to fill our hives with honey and wax; thus furnishing mankind with the two noblest things, [Read More]

Bee Blogs – November 2015

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The month of October has been dry and fine. There was very little activity from the bees early on . The the ivy suddenly started [Read More]

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Bee Blog – October 2015

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Long before the Roman invasion of Britain, the island was described by early Druid bards as “The Isle of Honey”. Once the Romans arrived on [Read More]

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Bee Blogs – September 2015

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By some estimates, bees and other pollinating insects, such as butterflies and moths, contribute $200-billion to global agriculture every year. Almost one-third of the food [Read More]