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TOOLS FOR VARROA MANAGEMENT

A GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE VARROA SAMPLING & CONTROL

 

HONEY BEE HEALTH  COALITION

 

Educational Videos

 

 

Queen Rearing

 

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Re-Queening A Hive

 

Thirties (1930's) beekeeping.

Hiving a package

 

 

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Honey Bees and Beekeeping

A Year in the Life of an Apiary Part 1

 

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Honey Bees and Beekeeping

A Year in the Life of an Apiary Part 2

 

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Honey Bees and Beekeeping

A Year in the Life of an Apiary Part 3

 

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Honey Bees and Beekeeping 2.1

Bee Biology and Equipment Part 1

 

 

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Booklets

 

The following booklets are in pdf format and may take longer to open.   There are many good beekeeping resources available to help us become better beekeepers.  It is with this intention that we are including these resources that are found throughout our libraries and internet websites.  Some of these resources date back before the Civil War.

 

Essential Oils and the Beekeeping Industres Survival.pdf

Fat Bees Skinny Bees.pdf

HBHC-Guide Varroa Interactive 18FEB2016.pdf

Weeds Used in Medicine.pdf

Constructive_Beekeeping_-_Ed_H_Clark.pdf

A_Thousand_Answers_To_Beekeeping_Questions_-_Dr._CC_Miller.pdf

Beekeeing_Rapid_Increase_of_Colonies_for_Restocking_Purposes.pdf

Bee_Keeping_1919_To_The_Disabled_Soldiers.pdf

Control_of_American_Foulbrood_By_The_Shaking_Method.pdf

Bees In Oranges - Pollination - Volume 30 1917

Domestic Beekeeper - Volume 30 1917

Package Bees - Volume 30 1917

Beginning_Beekeeping_Guide.pdf For Kentuckians

 

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Queen Rearing

 

 

Mailing Address   
 
P.O. Box 903
Edgewood, New Mexico 87015
505-286-4843
 
Email Address:  Ed@nmhoney.com

 

 

Educational Videos

 

Lighting A Smoker the Easy Way

Bees in Kitchen Cabinet

Feeding Bees

Package Bee Production

Installing Package Bees

Releasing A Queen

Queen Rearing

Re-queening A Hive

Thirties Beekeeping -

Hiving a Package

Package Bee Production

Installing Package Bees

Releasing A Queen

 

A Year in the Life of an Apiary

     - Part 1

     - Part 2

     - Part 3

    

Bee Biology & Equipment

     - Part 1

     - Part 2

 

Mary and Bill's Bees

Swarm Prevention

Where we get the Lumber for the Products we make

Feeding and Adding Supers for Expansion of the Brood Nest (Chamber)

Drone Comb Removal to Reduce Varroa Mites

Inspecting a hive that was formerly a Tear Out

Educational Papers

Supplemental Feeding of Honey Bee Colonies

Educational Videos

 

 

 

We purchase rough sawn pine products from the Kuykendall's in Tres Piedras, NM (30 miles west of Taos) to mill into our bee products.  Here we are loading on March 3rd 12" pine lumber.  We will place it in a solar kiln in Edgewood and add fans and heaters to speed up the drying process before we can begin to mill this lumber into supers, frames, tops and bottoms and other hive components.  Lanny and his family can be reached at 9 Rodeo Road, Tres Piedras NM    575-751-0901



Educational Videos

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Feeding and Adding Supers for Expansion of the Brood Nest (Chamber)

What is one way to effectively expand the brood nest?  This video shows how to add frames in a manner that will encourage the hive to quickly expand the brood nest.  We are also encouraging the hive to increase in numbers in advance of a nectar flow.

Educational Videos

 

Swarm Prevention,

While working hives at one of our apiaries we noticed a hive where the bees began to cluster on the front of the hive.  What was the reason?  Preparation for swarming, over crowding or over heating?  We take a look into this hive and correct the problems.

 

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