Take a video tour of our hives with Anita Deeley! Watch Anita Deeley of Beverly Bees demonstrate the inner workings of a honey bee hive to Sandra Lawson of Get Your Garden Growing. This video was recorded by BevCam in July 2016. Anita explains how to keep bees healthy, the problems […]
Tag: Honey bee Eggs
Laying Workers In Package Bees?
Laying Workers in Package Bees? Yes, it happened. But it shouldn’t. Upon inspecting one of my newly installed packages last week to check for eggs, I came across this lovely sight – not one, not two, but multiple eggs per cell. Some cells had only a few eggs and some […]
January And February Beekeeper’s Calendar
What does a beekeeper do with bees in January and February? Are there jobs to do when the bees are tucked away in the hive all day? What are the bees doing in there anyway? Beekeeping is a local art, similar to a plant hardiness zone and completely dependent on […]
I Have Eggs! I Have Eggs! Pop The Champagne!
I’m so excited to be getting baby bees again, I feel like I won the lottery! It has been way too long in my apiary since I have seen the smiling shape of pearly white baby bee larvae. The past four weeks have been adventurous. I watched my original queen […]