Suessful Beekeeping A B C
Without a doubt, you know that stress is a killer, and we know that you want to do something about it.
If you’re here, then you’re probably looking for something to relieve the stress. This is especially true when the economy seems to be pulling us in different directions.
So, what does this have to do with Bees? More than you might think.
If you have ever given any thought to a hobby that might just morph into an answer to your financial woes, you are in the best possible place you can be and at just the right time!
Now, beekeeping may not be what you imagined could be your ticket to leading a stress free life. It may not be what you thought of as a vehicle for adding supplemental income.
But, ask yourself this, if you continue doing exactly what you are doing now where will you be in six months? A year? Five years? You owe it to yourself to investigate every possibility.
If you are socially conscious about our environment, you need to know that you won't find a business more in tune with that responsibility than Beekeeping. Bees are active, natural pollinators.
Research shows that the dollar value of pollination by domesticated bees and beekeepers to a range of agricultural crops in the U.S.A. alone is measured in the millions of dollars per year.
Beekeepers reportedly feel bees help them reduce their personal stress levels.
Beekeeping is educational. Keeping a regular watch on beehives, observing bees, drones, and worker bees going about their work can teach us valuable lessons on work and time management that we can share with your children.
Beekeeping helps you to be able to shower your friends and relatives with various exclusive gifts at a fairly low cost. Gift items from your beehives could include bottled honey, beeswax, cosmetics, homemade candles and even lip balm.
You can use the bee products available from your bee colonies to maintain your health. A regular supply of fresh, pure honey collected from your own beehive is just the start.
What? You don't know anything about bees other than you don't want to be stung? Not to worry, that's why you're here.
Everything you could possibly need to know about bees and raising them is jam-packed into the digital pages of "Successful Beekeeping A-B-C's."
Did you know that there are different types of bees? Do you know how to get your bees? Are you aware that you can prevent bees from swarming?
That's just the tip of the iceberg of what you will learn in "Successful Beekeeping A-B-C's." How about this:
What tools and equipment are required
What and how to feed your bees
What diseases attack bees and why (hint: they are different for adult and juvenile bees)
What other dangers must be curtailed to keep bees safe
How to manage bees throughout the seasons
How to harvest the honey
Again, you need to take a serious look at beekeeping and see if it might be the right "fit" for you and your family. Who knows, you might just see a honey of a deal in your future.