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  1. Practical Advice to Beginners in Bee-Keeping: -1916 by Joseph Tinsley, 2009-07-24
  2. Beekeeping By Twentieth Century Methods (1911) by J. E. Hand, 2010-09-10
  3. Beekeeping in the Interior of British Columbia ... (1922 ) by British Columbia honey producers' association, 2009-10-21
  4. Beekeeping in the South: A Handbook on Seasons, Methods and Honey Flora of the Fifteen Southern States [ 1920 ] by K. (Kennith) Hawkins, 2009-08-10
  5. Beekeeping; a discussion of the life of the honeybee and of the production of honey by Everett Franklin Phillips, 2010-08-29
  6. Scientific queen-rearing as practically applied; being a method by which the best of queen-bees are reared in perfect accord with nature's ways. For the amateur and veteran in bee-keeping by Gilbert M. 1846- Doolittle, 2010-09-04
  7. Pleasurable bee-keeping by Charles Nettleship White, 2010-09-04
  8. Selecting and operating beekeeping equipment (Farmers bulletin) by Charles D Owens, 1969
  9. A Beekeeping Guide by Harlan H. D. Attfield, 1989-06
  10. Beekeeping And The War (1918) by Everett Franklin Phillips, 2009-10-15
  11. The Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer: A Chronicle of Country Pursuits and Country Life, Includingpoultry, Pigeon and Bee-Keeping by Anonymous, 2010-02-03
  12. Backyard Beekeeping by William Scott, 1977-06
  13. Amateur Beekeeping by Edward Lloyd Sechrist, 1976-09-02
  14. Background to Beekeeping by Allan C. Waine, 1998-03

121. I.A.B.A. FAQ Page>
FAQs Page. Links to FAQ files. Wild Bee s Bulletin Board FAQ Guide; beekeeping Book FAQ; Graham Law s Honey_Bee_FAQ *Updated 8/99*; Malcolm
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122. Beekeeping/Apiculture
This publication discusses beekeeping or apiculture, including state inspection programs, beginning basics, income sources and budgets, insurance, Africanized
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    ATTRANational Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
    PO Box 3657
    Fayetteville, AR 72702
    Phone: 1-800-346-9140 - FAX: (479) 442-9842 By Lance Gegner
    NCAT Agriculture Specialist
    April 2003
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    Abstract This publication discusses various aspects of beekeeping or apiculture, including state inspection programs, beginning basics, income sources and budgets, insurance, Africanized bees, organic certification, and various bee pests and diseases. Information on educational and training opportunities and further resources are also discussed. Table of Contents Introduction State Inspection Programs Beginning Beekeeping Basics Beekeeping Income Sources ... Appendix: Beltsville Free Bee Diagnostic Services Introduction This publication is intended as a guide for anyone interested in beginning or expanding a beekeeping enterprise. Whether the bees are kept as pollinators for crops or for the income from their products, producers need to be aware of their states' apiary laws concerning inspection, registration, and permits, as well as labeling and marketing standards. Producers also need to be aware of pesticide application laws and pesticide notification laws relative to bees. Both beginning and experienced beekeepers need to consider liability insurance; the possibility of Africanized hybrid bees taking over the hives; and all the pests and diseases that afflict bees and their colonies.

123. Simple Frameset
Diary and details of events, shows, and beekeeping courses. Contact details.
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124. Alberta Agriculture, Food And Rural Development - Unexpected Error
beekeeping for Beginners. investment The Bee Act beekeeping can be a hobby, a sideline operation or a fulltime vocation. Keeping bees is
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125. Beekeeping Information
beekeeping Information Import/Export; courses; apiary sites; labelling and handling honey; industrial awards; registration of hives; commercial and amateur
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Beekeeping information
Peter Warhurst, DPI.
Importing and exporting queen bees and packages
Prior arrangements must be made with:
  • Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, 42 Qantas Drive, Eagle Farm Q 4009 (07) 32468755, fax (07) 32468798
  • DPI Beekeeping Sections Warwick (07) 46616623; Nambour (07) 54449613 or Brisbane (07) 33629684
Beekeeping courses
Information about training in beekeeping is available from:
  • University of Queensland, Gatton College, Lawes Q 4343 (07) 54601117
  • NSW Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Beekeeping for Business and Pleasure Home Study Program. Secretary, CB Alexander Agricultural College Tocal, Paterson NSW 2421
Apiary sites
State forest reserves A permit is necessary to place apiaries on state forest reserves. Permits are available from local forestry officers. Atherton (07) 40915200
Beerburrum (07) 54386666
Dalby (07) 46724834
Gympie (07) 54820816
Ingham (07) 47762777
Maryborough (07) 41211833
Monto (07) 41661433
Rockhampton (07) 49360356 Passchendale (07) 46853203
Pechey (07) 46981150 Crown lands Apiary sites must comply with The Apiaries Act 1982 and Apiaries Amendment Regulation (1) 1996, (Qld) as well as Main Roads Department or Department of Natural Resources and Mines.

126. Mid-Antrim Beekeepers' Association
The oldest beekeeping association in Northern Ireland information on membership, honey, history and events.
2002 PROGRAMME OF EVENTS NOW PUBLISHED MID-ANTRIM BEEKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION ESTD 1941 "The Oldest Beekeeping Association in Northern Ireland" Affiliated with The Ulster Beekeepers Association Part Funded by Leader II WHAT WE CAN OFFER THE PUBLIC WHATS BUZZIN IN MID-ANTRIM OUR HISTORY ...
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127. Beekeeping- Disease: Sacbrood
beekeeping – Disease Sacbrood. Peter Warhurst, Senior Apiary Officer, Department of Primary Industries. Introduction. Sacbrood is
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Beekeeping – Disease
Peter Warhurst, Senior Apiary Officer, Department of Primary Industries.
Sacbrood is an infectious disease which affects the brood of honey bees. It mostly occurs as a mild infection which only kills a few larvae, but it can be more severe. Few hives die out as a direct result of sacbrood, but many are weakened to an extent where they succumb to other threats.
Cause of disease
Sacbrood is an infection caused by a virus. Remains of larvae that have recently died are yellow in colour and are highly infectious. Larval remains more than two months old are brown and dry and are not infectious (figure 4).
The presence of dead or dying brood is the first symptom. The brood dies soon after being capped but before changing to pupae. Dead larvae may be found in cells that are still fully capped or in cells subsequently uncapped (figure 1). Affected capped cells often contain a small puncture, usually about the size of a pinhead (figure 2). When first affected, larvae are dull and grey in colour. They then turn slightly yellow with a dark head (figure 3) and become brown after a few days, eventually turning almost black (figure 4). The ‘Chinese clipper’ or ‘canoe’ shape (figure 3) of dead larvae is characteristic of this disease. During the period of decay, the outer skin of the dead larva toughens. The larva is easily removed intact from the cell with a pair of tweezers. The name sacbrood refers to the appearance of the watery and granular remains enclosed in the tough skin. If a large amount of brood becomes affected, the colony is weakened. Bees appear reluctant to remove dead material from the cells and the queen is forced to lay elsewhere in the hive

128. Beekeeping - Manitoba Agriculture And Food
beekeeping. back_button.gif (411 bytes). The long and warm summer days that are characteristic of Manitoba provide favourable conditions
1999 Recommendations For Administering Antibiotics and Acaricides to Honey Bee Colonies
Cost of Production Guidelines

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129. The Egyptian Art Of Beekeeping
The Egyptian art of beekeeping. Beehives region. Indeed, the passage of time has seen very few changes in these ancient beekeeping methods.
The Egyptian art of beekeeping
Beehives have been in use in Egypt for almost 5000 years. This is an ancient art which has influenced the entire Mediterranean region, extending eastwards into the Middle East and southward into tropical Africa. Methods used by ancient Egyptian beekeepers were adopted throughout these regions, and honey is regarded as an important commodity by all Islamic countries. The Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) is quoted as saying: "Honey is a remedy for every illness, and the Qur'an is a remedy for all illnesses of the mind. Therefore I recommend to you both remedies, the Qur'an and honey." The basic hive shape was cylindrical with a hole in the front end for the bees to fly in and out. A detachable section at the back was used for harvesting the honeycombs, and these hives were stacked horizontally. Hives were made of baked mud, or perhaps of fired clay. Ancient pictorial records show the beekeeper taking honey from the opened section at the back of the hive, while his assistant drives the bees to the front with puffs of smoke. A coloured wall-painting from Egypt's Middle Kingdom depicts this beautifully. The painting decorates the tomb of Rekhmire at Luxor and dates from about 1800 BC. From the Old Kingdom period, a carving from the sun temple of Pharaoh Ne-user-re, located near Djoser's pyramid and now on display in Berlin's Egyptian Museum, also depicts beekeeping activities. The relief dates from about 2500 BC. The size of these ancient hives is difficult to estimate, but clay hives excavated in Greece dating from 400BC to AD600 have provided extra information. Ancient Roman writers provided further evidence as to size; the usual dimensions seem to have been about 90cm long and about 30cm across. Traditional hives of about this size are still in use throughout the Mediterranean region.

130. North London BeeKeepers
Information about the association and their activities. A wealth of photography of bees, beekeeping and honey processing. Contact details.
North London BeeKeepers
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131. Beekeeping In New York City
If pigeonfancying was the rooftop recreation of choice during the On the Waterfront era, urban beekeeping is poised to become a hot new bull-market
Published by City Farmer, Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture
For Hives and Honey In New York City; Rooftop Beekeepers Defy Law to Get That Sweet Central Park Bouquet
By Glenn Collins
July 15, 1999, Thursday
The setting the rooftop of a brownstone on West 113th Street in Manhattan hardly evoked the lazy bee-hum of rusticity. Looming to the north was the brick bulk of Butler Library at Columbia University. To the southeast jutted the latticework scaffolding of the ever-unfinished Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Suddenly, the swirl of bees hanging around two honeybee hives formed a cloud about the heads of four of the brownstone's inhabitants, Jill Laurie Goodman and her three children, urban beekeepers all. ''Just look at them,'' Ms. Goodman said proudly of her bees, as if she were acknowledging a blue-ribbon Charolais steer at the county fair. ''Aren't they amazing?'' If pigeon-fancying was the rooftop recreation of choice during the ''On the Waterfront'' era, urban beekeeping is poised to become a hot new bull-market avocation. Two summers ago, David Graves, a veteran bee master who was on the roof helping Ms. Goodman tend the hives, knew of just one beehive in the five boroughs: now he is aware of 13 hives in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx. And city beekeepers claim that there could be twice that number. But few beekeepers reveal their presence because under the New York City Health Code the activity is illegal. Section 161.01 bans keeping animals that are ''wild, ferocious, fierce, dangerous or naturally inclined to do harm.'' An offender could be fined up to $2,000.

132. NSBKA North Staffordshire Beekeepers : Meetings Apiary Visits And Help On Beekee
Information on membership, help on beekeeping, and apiary visits. Online association newsletter.
North Staffs Beekeepers
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133. Beekeeping Equipment World Wide - Swienty A/S
Swienty A/S manufacturer of filling machines and beekeeping equipment, Produzent von Abfüllmaschinen, Imkereitechnik etc. Emballeringsmaskiner.
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134. Beekeeping Links
Links to beekeeping and Related Sites. Nick s List for BEE Surfers. Worthwhile info rmation. New Zealand beekeeping Valid XHTML 1.0.
Links to Beekeeping and Related Sites
Nick's List for BEE Surfers
Collected by Nick Wallingford (this document) of the National Beekeepers' Association of New Zealand. Forwarded by Andy Nachbaur of Wild Bees BBS (209) 826-8107 LOS BANOS, CA Initial HTML conversion by Mike Phesey. More conversion by Gordon Scott The copy at is maintained by Gordon Scott: If you're missing and want to be added, send your url to Mail to the Webmaster

135. Roger P@rsons_world Of Lincolnshire
beekeeping, Comets, and Famous Lincolnshire scientists, explorers, mathematicians and philosophers.
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for Web Site Excellence Famous Lincolnshire People George Boole Some famous ex-residents
Scientists and mathematicians, explorers and revolutionaries, philosophers and an astronaut!
George Boole (native of Lincoln) is rightly regarded as one of the founding fathers of computing and information technology. Honeybees and Beekeeping Cosmic events If you are interested in this ancient craft, here are some useful contact points and links to other 'bee' sites. Out and about in the night? Look out for these meteor showers, satellites and eclipses etc. Lincoln Cathedral Legends of the Fenland People Links to a variety of websites about Lincoln Cathedral . Some simply go to photographs, others to longer, more descriptive pages. The Werewolf of Dogdyke Web Site Links Links to a variety of web sites . Some you may find
useful, some not so useful, and some, well, er,..... Famous People George Boole Cosmic events
Sir John Franklin
... Links Roger Parsons' "Lincolnshire World" If you have any useful information to add (hints, tips, links, etc.) to these pages please do let me know. Thank you for visiting my web site.

136. Beekeeping
EDIS. beekeeping 4H beekeeping; Apiculture Industry; Bees for Pollination; Bee Stings; Bee Pests; Managing a beekeeping Business; beekeeping
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137. Beekeeping Products & Information From GloryBee
beekeeping products and supplies, aromatherapy and cosmetic products by mail order. Location not given.
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138. Beneficial Organisms And Beekeeping
Beneficial Organisms and beekeeping beekeeping; Beneficial Insects; Beneficial Nematodes; Beneficial Spiders and Mites; Biological Control;
Beneficial Organisms and Beekeeping
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139. Bee Facts
About beekeeping. Bee Facts Aside from that, why are bees so important?. History of beekeeping Some background information going back thousands of years.
About Beekeeping Bee Facts Two-week old bees take test flights, landing, taking off and hovering in front of the hive.
A bee's antenna is covered with sensory hairs that detect odors.
Why Are Bees Important? (English)
Por que son abejas importantes?(Espanol) They sting and they swarm. Aside from that, why are bees so important?. History of Beekeeping: Some background information going back thousands of years. Supplies: The equipment you'll need and how to get bees. Starting A Hive: What to do once you have all the stuff. Practical Tips: From our members; things that do and don't work. Other Places To Find Info: Assorted links to interesting bee things on the web. Top-Bar Hives: I have one, so do many other beekeepers. Drugs for your bugs: Standard and organic methods to medicate your hives. Let's Trade: Primarily of local interest; who has "this" and who needs "that". Check out this essay on the The Tai Chi of Beekeeping . Some of us like to do things this way. Last modified 17 March 2000.

140. Honey, Mead And Beekeeping.
Sales of honey, wax products, and propolis; also beekeeping books. Includes articles on beekeeping. Online catalogue and shopping.
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We enjoy helping people and will give advice on beekeeping subjects but without liability
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This web site is the property of Camelot Country Products, Curry Rivel, Somerset TA10 0HB England
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