Beekeeping links

Discussion in 'Beekeeping' started by justgojumpit, May 11, 2004.

  1. justgojumpit

    justgojumpit Well-Known Member

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    hello fellow beekeepers! I have compiled a list of my favorite links for beekeeping. I hope you will enjoy them, as well as find them useful.

    Beekeeping equipment suppliers:
    Walter T. Kelly Company
    Betterbee
    Dadant
    Mann Lake Ltd.

    Beekeeping information and resources:
    Beekeeping videos in English and German; in the search box on the left, search "bee"
    "John Clayton's" Hobbyist Beekeeping Course
    Midnight Beekeepers: Article Index
    Wyoming Tob Bar Wrangler
    Top Bar Hive Beekeeping
    Top Bar Hive Beekeeping (not the same as the previous one)
    A Long List of Beekeeping Articles
    Colony Management
    Plans to build your own beekeeping stuff

    There you have it! Feel free to add to this list. Enjoy!

    Justgojumpit
     
  2. Bill Owens

    Bill Owens Guest

    Here are a few more, from my favorites. Oh I found this sight on a link from Beesource.com. There I'm known as Billy Bob.

    http://www.beesource.com/
    Everything beekeeping

    http://www.bee-l.com/beesourcechat.htm
    Bee chat room, open 24/7 but people will start showing up around 9:30 est

    http://fire.prohosting.com/billy131/
    My web page (needs alot of work)

    http://www.beeequipment.com/
    Brushy Mountain Bee Farm, Great beekeeping supplier.

    http://www.easternpiedmontbeekeepers.org
    My local beekeeping association

    http://www.ent.uga.edu/bees/
    UGA Honey Bee Lab web site

    http://www.beeculture.com/beeculture/who/who.htm
    Bee Culture's Who's Who in Apiculture (helps you find local clubs)
     

  3. BeeMiner

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    Here's a link to my favorite hive-history database site, MyBeeHives.com. Glenn Engel, a member of our Northwest District Beekeepers Association in Washington state, created and maintains the site. It's free and really useful for keeping track of your hives, queens, super placement, medication, etc.

    http://www.mybeehives.com/

    Mark Johns
     
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    mid-conagri.com is my favorite.
     
  7. Me Beekeeper

    Me Beekeeper Active Member

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    :bouncy: I'm real partial to this State of Maine Website. It's loaded with information about beekeeping. It's got a Glossary on beekeeping and honeybee terms like none I've seen on the web. It's got a fun Trivia page too. Check it out. :rock:

    www.mainebeekeepers.org
     
  8. Farmsteader

    Farmsteader Well-Known Member

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    This group is worth a strong look at: Organic Beekeepers yahoo group, any doubts just contact the members, good group like this one. Aj
     
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    For those in the S/E Michigan area there is Groeb farms in Onstead. They have a online store and walk in store. www.groebfarms.com
     
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    I have one that could keep you reading all winter. ScientificBeekeeping.com Beekeeping Through the Eyes of a Biologist http://scientificbeekeeping.com/ Randy Oliver my new favorite.
     
  16. momgoat

    momgoat Active Member

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    To add to the links y'all are sending out, i thought i'd add one.

    www.tubbsberryfarm.com

    they sell beekeeping supplies, have classes (only works if your local), will answer your questions and are extremely helpful. People from different states new to bee keeping & those who have done it for years have traveled to take their courses, from intro to bee keeping on.

    very good site & people