Are you looking for a beekeeping guide? If you are, in this article I plan to give you some advice from my beekeeping guide. I invite you to read to the end for more information.
Backyard beekeeping is possible
Everyone is perhaps not aware of this fact but keeping honey bees in ones backyard is something possible. Yes, there are certain actions that a beekeeper should take in order to do this activity. Providing that regulations where a person lives, allow beekeeping, let’s go with these 3 tips.
Tip 1: Source of Hydration
The first tips in this very short and topic focused version of my beekeeping guide is about water. Actually, even though honey bees can travel long distances to obtain materials they need, the beekeeper should provide a source of water to his/her bees.
Tip 2: The Fence
Another thing I wanted to mention about backyard beekeeping concerns the fence. A fence of at least 6 ft high should be raised around the hive. This fence could have for effect to hide the hive. Additionally, resulting from the fence, the honey bees could fly higher and the beehive could be more protected against certain strong winds.
Tip 3: Low Profile
Another tip is related to the hive. Effectively, painting the hive in a color that does not make it noticeable could also be useful in hiding the hive.
Tip 4: Neighbors
All neighbors might not be fine with the idea of living near a beekeeper. Consequently adopting certain actions that could help the neighbors change their mind could be advantageous. As a matter of fact, honey could be offered. Moreover, the beekeeper could invite his/her neighbors when he/she is confident about his skills. Everyone should be protected from bee’s stings.
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