Beekeeping Classes 2015
Maybe you've always wanted to keep honey bees. Maybe grandpa or your dad kept bees and now you're finally going to do it! Good for you. We are here to help. Our beekeeping classes are taught by Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns. Be well informed before you start keeping bees. Click on the date below for more information.
David has spend years keeping bees, producing queens, making up packages of bees, crop pollination, removing bees from homes, speaking and writing about bees. Give David a call if you have any questions about beekeeping.
With such a strong interest in beekeeping, you'll want to be sure and sign up early for our beekeeping classes. You'll learn about basic hive equipment, how to inspect a bee hive, how to avoid most stings, how to extract honey, how to find the queen, how to identify honey bee diseases and pests, seasonal management techniques, the 4 non-chemical ways to reduce varroa mites and much more.
Mailing Address: Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
14556 N. 1020 E. Rd
And we view all of our customers as students as we provide free mentoring. Just call us up to ask your questions and we’ll help you enjoy your new hives. 217-427-2678
It's best to start with two hives or more..read why to start with two hives rather than one.
We also produce beekeeping podcasts, remove bees from homes, sell honey and speak regularly on beekeeping. We also produce regular beekeeping lessons and articles through our beekeeping blog. Our blog is found at: http://www.basicbeekeeping.blogspot.com
Here Is Our Contact Information Phone: 217-427-2678
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|Want to become a certified Master Beekeeper?
Visit the Eastern Apicultural Society of North America for their Master Beekeeper Program
|Cornell University offers college beekeeping courses in beekeeping. These courses can help prepare you to become a certified master beekeeper.|