Learn how beekeepers can use their own beeswax to produce foundation. With the right tools and methods it becomes a must see for any beekeeper, especially amateur beekeepers wanting to utilise their wax cappings and beeswax blocks.
How to Catch A Bee Swarm ft Bruce White. This is a live recording from the ABA Field Day 2019. Bruce explains the theory behind why and how bees swarm and demonstrated the best methods to catch a swarm.
In this video, Michael talks about infrared cameras and what information can be obtained from their use. Also covered is weighing your hives and what this tells us to help manage your bee hives better. The use of the Broodminder system is also covered here in great detail.
Learn how to prevent swarming of bees. Swarming is the natural process of bees increasing in numbers. The aim of this video is to show you how to manage your colonies to control and prevent swarming. Swarming is not desirable as you risk losing up to half the colony bees, and with possible nuisance bee implications. Always be observant and only interchange disease free material and healthy bees between colonies.
Moving Beehives Learn 5 Easy Methods [the right way]. Over short or long distances, Bruce White guides with important techniques often forgotten including chocking frames, obstructing the entrance, and using a top screen to ensure proper ventilation.
Rendering beeswax the easy way. No need for a wax melter, or a specially modified urn. Just a few things almost everyone would have in their house is all that's needed. It's ideal for the amateur beekeeper with only 1 or 2 hives and it's easy enough for almost anyone to do
Learn to Feed Bees the right way. Featuring reasons for feeding bees, different feeders & mixes, how much honey is needed by your bees & a special demo showing how bees store syrup in the super & brood boxes. Watch the video for FREE Now!
Bruce White guides us through a step by step tutorial on Wintering Bees. Watch the video Now!