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Long Lane Honey Bee Farms

Bee Classes

Beekeeping Classes

- Beginner's Courses. Learn how to start keeping bees.

- A Day In The Apiary. Spend a few hours with a certified master beekeeper in the hive.

- Queen Rearing Class. Learn how to raise your own queens.

- Advance Beekeeping

- Spring Management Class. Learn how to prevent swarms and make splits.

- Overwintering Class. Get your bees through the winter.

Taking a beekeeping class is essential for today's beekeeper. Our classes for 2018 are complete except our last class: 


Aug 2018


     25  Overwintering Workshop Friday, August 25, 2018 from 1pm-6pm Central Time.



We will post our onsite classes for 2019 in December. However, we strongly recommend you take our online courses from the comfort of your home, on your own time. These classes are taught by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns. Be well informed before you start keeping bees by enrolling in one of our beekeeping classes.  Click here for more info on our Online Courses. Comes with 1 month free mentorship.

Many other organizations and club classes are closed. However, we continue to add more classes to our schedule to accommodate the growing interest in beekeeping.  Come by and take a class and while you are here you can purchase your hives and equipment and save shipping if you call ahead.

 If you did not make it to our classes on how to get your bees through the winter, we have placed most of the content of this class in a small ebook available on Amazon or here on our website. 

David has spent 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 our beekeeping classes.

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.


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Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
14556 N. 1020 East Road

(217) 427-2678