Bundle Pack Of BeeTeam6 Videos- 46 Online Beekeeping Videos

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This new and exciting resource contains the first year of informative videos sent to BeeTeam6 members addressing the real issues beekeepers face.

When you need information on a particular beekeeping subject it can take you forever to find an answer. You can look for answers in books, YouTube and ask around at your local bee club but you will get as many answers as people you ask and videos you watch. This resource offers videos on specific beekeeping subjects so you can find ONE SOURCE, ONE ANSWER. Your time is valuable.

This resource is a very unique opportunity for you to have access to 1 year’s worth of BeeTeam6 videos-- a library of informative beekeeping videos compiled here in one place. Each video was produced privately by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns for his BeeTeam6 subscribers. Also included are several other top videos that beekeepers have enjoyed the most on YouTube. BeeTeam6 is a Beekeeping Partnership program established by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper David Burns in 2016. Several times per month David sends beekeepers participating in this program an informative video and newsletter targeting key subjects to help improve their beekeeping skills. They also have access to his personal cell phone, email and can text him with any questions, even outside of office hours.

Here’s how it works. Once you purchase this resource, you will be sent an email which contains the titles and descriptions of each video and the links for you to watch in the comfort of your home. You will find the answers you are looking for faster. Remember, once you’ve made your purchase of this resource you can watch the videos as long and as often as you’d like.


Titles & Descriptions:



How To Control Mites.   David explains several methods to help reduce varroa mites such as the use of a green drone comb, screen bottom board, powdered sugar dusting and breaking the queens brood cycle.

Finding and Marking Your Queen. Being able to find your queen can be challenging. In this video David will give several tips on how to find your queen and how to place a mark on her so she is easier to spot.

How To Remove Queen Cells & Move Them To A Queenless Hive. Queen cells can form if the colony is preparing to swarm or if they need a new queen. In this video you’ll learn how to cut a queen cell out safely to use it in a different hive.

When To Add The Next Hive Box. Timing is everything in beekeeping and knowing when to add the next box can keep your bees growing rapidly without swarming.

When To Add The Honey Super. Queen Excluder or Not? David will show you how to add a honey super to a strong colony. Is it better to “top super” or “bottom super”? Queen excluder or not?

Beekeeping and Farm Spray. Many beekeepers are surrounded by farm fields that are often sprayed with chemicals. Should you be concerned? Learn in this video what to do if farmers are spraying near your bees.

How To Keep Your Colony Cool On Very Hot Days. When it tops 100 degrees (f), colonies work hard to stay cool to protect the brood from becoming too hot. In this video, David will show you how to help keep your bees cool on hot days.

How To Keep Your Grass Trimmed Around Your Hives. Keeping your grass mowed around your hives. Do bees like mowers? No! The noise of equipment can upset your bees. Learn how to do it.

Your Bees Will Do The Weird Wash boarding Thing. What Does It Look Like. You need to know what this looks like when bees are doing the wash boarding thing.

Beekeeping Means Knowing When To Harvest The Honey? How To Be Sure It’s Ready. If you harvest your honey too early, it will ferment in your jars and turn to vinegar. How can you be sure it is ready to harvest?

How To Remove The Bees From Your Supers To Harvest The Honey. Getting bees out of the super that are ready to harvest can be tricky. Learn the most common methods: Brushing bees, bee escape in an inner cover and using a fume board.

How To Install A Package Of Bees. For new beekeepers you need to know the right way to install your new bees. 

How To Test For Varroa Mites. Many test for mites using what’s called an alcohol roll, but this kills over 300 bees. An alternative that doesn’t kill bees is a powdered sugar roll. David will show you how to roll your bees in a jar of powdered sugar to test for mites and calculate your mite infestation level.

What To Do When Your Hive Isn’t Doing Well. Learn how to handle a hive that just isn’t getting off to a good start.

How to Use Mite-Away-Quick Strips (Formic Acid) To Control Mites. In this video David will demonstrate how to use MAQ strips to control mites.

What To Do With Honey Supers After You Harvest The Honey. Wet supers can cause many problems if they are not handled correctly. Learn what to do with your “wet” supers.

How to Guard Against Robbing. Let’s examine how to use a robber screen.

How To Make A Large Communal Feeding Station In The Fall. David demonstrates several goodies to add to fall sugar water to strengthen Bees by feeding out in the opening. This can help prevent robbing in the fall.

Different Nectar Makes Honey Look and Taste Differently. David’s wife, Sheri, will talk about different types of honey.

How To Requeen A Colony Late In The Year. It’s important to go into the winter with a new queen. Requeening your hive is best accomplished between July-August.

Combining Technology With The Hive. Brood minder has several sensors to help you monitor your hive from your cell phone.

Join David in The Hive To Learn How To Handle Bees During An Inspection. Join David in the hive and learn the art of handling frames and other techniques of inspecting a hive. 

How To Mark Your Queen. Learn how to mark your queens.

Learning To Evaluate Different Stages Of Bees Brood. Learn to read your brood, eggs, larvae and pupae to determine the health of your colony and your queen.

What If You Need To Move Your Hive To A New Location? Sometimes you need to change the location of your hives. But you can lose your foragers because they will go back to their old location. Learn some ways to successfully move your hives.

Learn How To Make Splits. Swarm prevention is best accomplished by making splits. Learn how to make spring splits.