How to Become a Bee Keeping Pro and Market Your Honey [NOOK Book]

Overview

Books for providing short courses in beekeeping

Beekeeping families have a lot of subsidiaries to the beekeeping business too. They use the bees wax to make candles and collect honey which is sold locally in the stores. The books have information on candle making and ...
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How to Become a Bee Keeping Pro and Market Your Honey

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Overview

Books for providing short courses in beekeeping

Beekeeping families have a lot of subsidiaries to the beekeeping business too. They use the bees wax to make candles and collect honey which is sold locally in the stores. The books have information on candle making and collecting honey too apart from instructions on the main business which is bee keeping. These family businesses are mostly long standing ones and continue from one generation to the other.


Businesses have advanced technologically

Stepping into the shoes of their ancestors has not been easy for many of the amilies. Only those families where the parents thought of the new technologies and got their business mechanized with the latest equipment, and advertised with on the internet with their own websites so that they could bring in more customers and higher profits, was the business profitable and worth running.

For others the cost of maintaining an old business was too high and they could not handle the expenses anymore. As most descendants of beekeeping families knew no other business they preferred to stick to it, and if the financial situation was not good, then they became commercially owned businesses.

Content :

Family owned beekeeping companies
California's Almond Orchards
Beekeeping in different areas of the world
Beekeeping and the Apple Orchards
Acquiring the Bees
Beekeeper Training – An Industry In The Making!
Queen Bee – The Key To Survival Of The Hive
History of Beekeeping
Swarming – A Natural Process Of Mating!
Processing Of Raw Honey
How to market your honey
Honey – Natures Sweetness Delivered By The Bees!
Harvesting Honey
Curbside Honey Sales
Beekeeping Equipment
Beekeeping Companies Are Owned By Families Down The Line
History of Beekeeping
Honey Extractors
Packaging Your Honey
Marketing The Honey Locally
Starting your own beekeeping business
The Ecology of Bees
The Life Cycle of the Honey Bee
The Science and Technology of Beekeeping
Bee Keeping Safety Equipments
How To Transfer Your Bees to Their New Home
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014138109
  • Publisher: Dawn Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 15
  • Sales rank: 1,100,439
  • File size: 4 MB

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