The Bee Book for Beginners: An Apiculture Starter or How to be a Backyard Beekeeper and Harvest Honey from Your Own Bee Hives by Frank Randall is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 7 customer reviews. You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/wb6T2H into your computer’s web browser.
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The #1 Amazon Bestseller in both featured categories, ‘Entomology’ and ‘Insects & Spiders’
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If you have a taste for honey or an adventurous side, maybe you have thought of becoming a beekeeper. What would you really be in for, though? Is it really a job, or is it a fun way to get your own honey? Well, it’s really both.
Being a beekeeper is a lot of work, but it also has a lot of benefits. Anyone can do it, as long as they know to be prepared. You can’t just wake up one day and decided to be a beekeeper and start immediately without knowing what you are doing.
That’s why I have written this book. Within its pages, you will find out what tools you need to be a beekeeper, what to expect from your hive, how to harvest your honey and how to protect the hive from various problems and invaders. I’ll teach you what types of bees are best to keep, the jobs of each bee in the hive, how to choose and position your hives and more.
Apiculture is complicated and very involving on even the smallest scale. But it is incredibly rewarding and can be a unique part of you life, as well as a beneficial influence to the environment, both locally and globally.
Oh, eating the honey from your very own hive is rather wonderful too!
When I started keeping bees, I spent a lot of time and money on a lot of books before I was sure that apiculture was going to be a part of my life.
This easy to read, beginners book, summarizes the essential information I have learned over the years, and is written to help you decide if beekeeping will fit into your life.
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