Bees & Beekeeping in the News
As beekeeping gets harder, more people setting up hives - Wisfarmer
WisfarmerAs beekeeping gets harder, more people setting up hives
``That was beekeeping. Now, you really have to know what you're doing.'' While bee health is an ongoing concern, Iowa Apiarist Andrew Joseph said the added attention to the bees' plight has helped drive more new beekeepers. He said the number of ...
A Year at Bees of the Woods Apiary: September
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Federal directive brings veterinarians and beekeepers together - American Veterinary Medical Association
American Veterinary Medical AssociationFederal directive brings veterinarians and beekeepers together
American Veterinary Medical Association
Within the beekeeping community, there is little understanding of bacteriology or how antimicrobial resistance is spread, Dr. Cripps observed. “Basically, the beekeepers know that if oxytetracycline doesn't work, I should use tylosin,” he explained. Dr ...
Beekeepers oppose plans to introduce GM mustard - Hindu Business Line
Hindu Business LineBeekeepers oppose plans to introduce GM mustard
Hindu Business Line
Beekeepers from across the country have opposed the government's proposal to introduce genetically modified (GM) mustard in India on the ground that it could impact production and hit lakhs of livelihoods. They argue that bee-keeping has been hit in ...
Franklin County Visitors Bureau Recommends Local Honey During National Honey Month
Honey cultivators oppose GM Mustard; biotech industry says fears 'unfounded'
Bitter sting in honey battle
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Interest in hobby beekeeping continues to rise across Nelson region - Nelson Mail
Nelson MailInterest in hobby beekeeping continues to rise across Nelson region
The challenges of beekeeping had increased in recent years and Costley said the arrival of the varroa mite meant beekeepers had to be more diligent and well-organised than ever before or they faced losing their hives. Despite having kept bees for 38 ...
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Africa: Modern Technologies 'Key to Africa's Beekeeping Transformation' - AllAfrica.com
XinhuaAfrica: Modern Technologies 'Key to Africa's Beekeeping Transformation'
Embracing modern technologies and strong partnerships will promote Africa's beekeeping subsector for the socio-economic development of the continent, beekeeping and honey business activists said. They were speaking during the 5th All-Africa ...
Experts seek improved beekeeping, honey production in Africa
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Video Premiere: Beekeepers, “Game Over” - The Bay Bridged
The Bay BridgedVideo Premiere: Beekeepers, “Game Over”
The Bay Bridged
After taking a brief hiatus over the last year, Oakland trio Beekeepers released their debut proper album last month, Varroa Mites on Vacant Stare. Beekeepers are currently touring Europe, but they've given their friendly hometown blog a video for ...
Beekeepers, growers get financially stung by hive thefts - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Waterloo Cedar Falls CourierBeekeepers, growers get financially stung by hive thefts
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
This Aug. 2, 2015 photo taken in Langley, Wash., shows a beekeeper pulling frames from a box to check honey and larvae production. Marking the hives and frames with a registered brand is one way to recover stolen hives. Opportunistic "bee rustlers ...
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Hobart City Council relaxes urban beekeeping rules - ABC Online
ABC OnlineHobart City Council relaxes urban beekeeping rules
Alderman Bill Harvey was instrumental in getting the ball rolling when he moved a motion two years ago to make it easier for would-be beekeepers. "Any size area could have a beehive now," he said. "You could have them in apartments, you could have them ...
US Beekeepers Fear for Livelihoods as Anti-Zika Toxin Kills 2.5m Bees - Earth Island Journal
Earth Island JournalUS Beekeepers Fear for Livelihoods as Anti-Zika Toxin Kills 2.5m Bees
Earth Island Journal
Huddled around their hives, beekeepers around the south-eastern US fear a new threat to their livelihood: a fine mist beaded with neurotoxin, sprayed from the sky by officials at war with mosquitos that carry the Zika virus. a beekeeper carrying a ...
Millions of Honeybees Have Been Killed by Spray Intended to Prevent Zika Virus
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Aerial spraying to eliminate mosquitoes kills millions of honey bees
'Like it's been nuked': Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes
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Beekeepers called in after big rig crashes - WESH Orlando
WESH OrlandoBeekeepers called in after big rig crashes
Beekeepers were called in when a tractor-trailer hauling millions of bees crashed in Kansas City. Pin It. Show Transcript Hide Transcript. Advertising. Video Transcript. AGGRESSIVE THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON. MICHEAL: AT FIRST, MOST OF THE ...