Solar Powered Bear Fence for Bee Keeping | Hive Apiary Electric Fence
BUY HERE! Gallagher Bee Keeping Electric Fence for Bears | Apiary Fencing. Complete Kit for only $859.99 and includes FREE SHIPPING! Protect Honey Bee Hives! A Powerful S100 Solar Energizer. A high voltage electric fence to control bears. Uses a heavy duty, thick, and durable Equi-Braid electric fence rope. Can build an 5 strand bee yard enclosure that measures up to 60 x 60. Includes Digital Voltmeter to check fence condition. Include Live Fence Indicator Lite, Great for seeing the fence…
The Jelly that Can Improve Male Fertility & Help Fight Cancer
This popular bee fuel has been shown to enhance male fertility, boost brain health and even fight cancerous tumors. What is it? Find out now!
Crustless Lemon Honey Greek Yogurt Cheesecake - The Pappas Post
Lemon and honey are classic Greek ingredients for any dish, adding an aroma and flavor from the Mediterranean. But add Greek yogurt into the mix and
Sustainable food storage from Bee's Wrap®
Bees Wrap®: Beeswax wraps are a natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. Plastic-free, BPA-free, food wraps. Keep food fresher longer with our reusable, sustainable, compostable food wraps!
Your beekeeping year is about to change - Honey Bee Suite
The beekeeping year can be divided into two halves. One half is characterized by expansion, and the other by contraction. Tomorrow we begin the next phase.
Festooning: how bees layout and build comb - MyBeeLine
Have you ever seen a lacework of bees hanging together, between the frames of comb? Have you heard of 'festooning'? If not, than it's time to find out!
Bees are first insects shown to understand the concept of zero
Bees seem to understand the idea of zero – the first invertebrate shown to do so. When the insects were encouraged to fly towards a platform carrying fewer shapes than another one, they apparently recognised “no shapes” as a smaller value than “some shapes”. Zero is not an easy concept to comprehend, even for us. Young children learn the number zero later than other numbers, and often have trouble identifying whether it is less than or more than 1. Apart from ourselves, some other animals…
How North America Lost Its Asters — In Defense of Plants
It's that time of year in northern North America where many of the most famous and easily recognized species come into flower, the asters. Some of my favorite plants once resided in this genus, but did you know that referring to our North American representatives as "asters" is no longer t