How would you like to start enjoying the delightful sweet taste of honey that you have grown yourself? Well, you AND your own bees! If you answered 'Yes!' then read on.
3 Reasons Why Your Timing Is Perfect
That headline above is no joke. You couldn’t have chosen a better time to learn about this great hobby.
1. Beekeeper pros have experienced a decline in their bee colonies.
2. This has significantly reduced honey production.
3. As a result the cost of honey has skyrocketed.
No one knows for sure why that has occurred in recent years, but it has. Naturally the cost of honey has risen. Some feel that increasing the number of smaller producers who do this as a hobby could help to add to the bee population.
This means YOU have an incredible opportunity to get started in a hobby that is not only personally rewarding, but help contribute to improving this important industry on a global level.
The only thing left is to learn how to become a beekeeper and you are off to a great start. We have the information you need in one tidy, compact guide entitled “Beekeeping Tips: A Beginner's Guide to the Wonderful World of Beekeeping.”
And What’s Great Is . . .
• You don’t need any special education – You do it yourself with this new guide.
• It doesn’t require much time to get started – You can start preparing as soon as you’ve read the guide.
• Cost is minimal – Once you’ve discovered what you need to get started you’ll find it’s not expensive.
• Again, it doesn’t take a lot of expertise – Read the guide and you’ll have all the knowledge you need to get started.
We let you in on all of the secrets and more inside The “Beekeeping Tips: A Beginner's Guide to the Wonderful World of Beekeeping” and here is a peek inside:
In some respects we could take lessons from the bees. Discover how a hive works with absolute precision. Hives continue to thrive and lead to more colonies and hives because of the particular tasks that every bee does.
Discover how to select the right placement for your hives. There are a number of locations that can be ideal for your goals. It is equally important that you understand the nature and characteristics of your own bees to know the exact site.
Learn all about pollen. The reason why there are actually mixed flower breeds is because bees continually move from one flowering plant to the next bringing pollen. Learning about the process and pollen can help.
Beekeepers can acquire as many as thousands of pounds of honey each year because of the systematic and guided process. Bees create honey generally the same way, as each type serves their relative functions. There is a scheduled time to yield honey, as well as beeswax. You can improve your harvest by learning the process.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg. We also teach you about the different types of hives, what equipment is required, how the changing seasons affect your bees, harvesting your honey and much more.