This blog contains pictures of queen, drone and worker bee cells.
Spring is here, or it supposedly is here in Ohio...but beekeepers, gardeners, and farmers are excited with hope of the possibilities that lie ahead. Let's make the most out of the next few weeks by preparing for the healthiest bee reproduction and honey production yet. Here's my thoughts on beekeeping and what to do in … Continue reading Beekeeping: What to do in the Spring
I guess it's been a while ....sorry I have been negligent with this blogging thing! Life has a way of dragging it's own "stuff" into the middle of my plans. In fact it is kind of a fluke that I am here today. I was completing a little research for a friend of mine and … Continue reading Way Too Long
Why does it take something serious to wake us up? I went to my usual twelve month eye exam which includes acuity testing and eye health evaluation.....An easy, no fretting Doctor appointment turns into a nervous scenario. Apparently my left eye has the beginnings of "Macular Degeneration." A thin layer of plaque on the retina.has begun to form. Ouch! I … Continue reading Wake Up To Honey, Enzymes and Eye Health
Christmas is "right around the corner" and I have wrestled for months with the prospects of asking Santa for beehives this 2011 Christmas. I have read articles about bee foraging, land usage, land restriction, bee health, hive variety and city regulations. Bees as livestock has even been questioned and considered. However, as I reevaluated my … Continue reading To Bee Or Not To Bee