Beverly Bees


April 1, 2014
by Anita Deeley at

Bee Winter Survival Rate and Exciting News!

It’s Been A Hard Winter For Bees In MA 2013-2014 has been hard winter for bees everywhere and Massachusetts is no exception.  I know beekeepers throughout the area who have lost bees, and many have lost all their bees – … Continue reading

Sugar candyboard for feeding honey bees in Winter

November 1, 2012
by Anita Deeley at

Sugar Candy Board Assessment For Feeding Bees In Winter

Sugar Candy Board Assessment For Feeding Bees In Winter Buy a candy board frame here!!! I have been getting a lot of questions and compliments on the post I wrote last year about how to make a no cook candy … Continue reading


April 26, 2012
by Anita Deeley at

It’s Queen Cage Removal Time!

Removing two queen cages but leaving one. Three to seven days after we installed our bee packages, it was time for Brian and I to peek at the queen cages to see if the queens had been released yet.   First, … Continue reading

Brushing the bees out of the way with a turkey feather.

April 23, 2012
by Anita Deeley at

Installing Package Bees In Dandelion Hive

Installing Package Bees in Dandelion Hive After installing packages in two rooftop hives, Willow and Squill, Brian and I installed the third package at an outyard location in a backyard nearby.  Brian built a hive stand out of cedar for … Continue reading

Spring Hive Inspection

March 13, 2012
by Anita Deeley at

First Spring Hive Inspection Of An Overwintered Colony – March 12, 2012

The above average March temperatures allowed me to perform an early spring hive inspection of my overwintered colony. With temperatures above average all winter, and 10-20 degrees above average for the past week, the flowers in the area have started … Continue reading

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