Tibor Hajdú
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thirsty bee drinking station-flat dish filled with water  stones (good for butterflies as well)

Make a waterer for bees and butterflies. Take a shallow dish, lay some sand in the bottom and a layer of small pebbles on top. Pour water in just up until the height of the pebbles.

As with other commercial farming practices, honey production is about making money, not about treating bees with kindness. Queen bees are selectively bred and artificially inseminated. Some beekeepers clip the queen's wings in order to control her movement. The queen is typically "replaced," which is to say "killed," every year or two to maximize production, though a queen bee would typically live to be five years old in her natural environment.

As with other commercial farming practices, honey production is about making money, not about treating bees with kindness. Queen bees are selectively bred and artificially inseminated. Some beekeepers clip the queen's wings in order to control her movement. The queen is typically "replaced," which is to say "killed," every year or two to maximize production, though a queen bee would typically live to be five years old in her natural environment.

This is really cool, my grandpa used to keep them in those white box things...true I don't know much about it because I am deathly afraid of bees and wasps, but I would be willing to have bees if le hubby takes care of them and we have amazing honey! "Mason bee farming"

DIY Beehive in a Jar - Backyard Honey with this easy project. Honey with comb, already made inside of a mason jar! Fat Bee Man videos are also educational

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Designer, Ashley Gustafson, created a classic look for Sue Bee Honey, an old-fashioned American brand of honey that was started in 1921 by a...

Designer, Ashley Gustafson, created a classic look for Sue Bee Honey, an old-fashioned American brand of honey that was started in 1921 by a group of five beekeepers near Sioux City, Iowa.