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How to Start a Honey Bee Farm

Honey bees can produce lots of honey, and selling honey can be a lucrative business for people who aren’t allergic to bee stings, who don’t have a lot of money, and who have a little space in their backyard to farm their honey bees. If you’re interested in working with insects and seeing the fruits of your labor, not only will you...

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from The Homesteading Hippy

What to know BEFORE you start raising bees.

Raising bees can be a fun and rewarding part of homesteading. Here are some things you need to know BEFORE you get started. The Homesteading Hippy

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Bee Keeping: Become a Backyard Beekeeper [by FIX -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com
from Tipsographic

Gardening Archives

Bee Keeping: Become a Backyard Beekeeper [by FIX -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com

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from homestead-honey.com

Making Beeswax Candles

The magical and beautiful process of making beeswax taper candles at home. | Homestead Honey

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Having bees has been a dream of mine for a while. Flow Hive allows honey to be harvested on tap, which is 1. easier for humans to harvest, and 2. less stressful and harmful to bees.

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When adding bees, first take the time to learn how to start a honey bee farm because it deserves some unique considerations. Just as when adding any animal to the farm, being prepared before the bees come home, will help you be successful.

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Beekeeping and Honey Labeling 101:
from Our Simple Homestead

Honey 101- Spring is the perfect time to start a hive

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