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How to Start a Beekeeping for Beginners

December 29, 2009 by BeekeeperNews   Comments (1)

imageYou might want to become a successful beekeeper just like the other people in your neighborhood. Although beekeeping for beginners is just simple, you cannot simply establish your own beekeeping if you lack the important information which can help you to attain your beekeeping success.

You should understand that beekeeping for beginners requires your dedication and hard work. It is true that beekeeping can become a very good source of income but of course it needs the proper maintenance.  If you take it as one of your hobbies then you can do less work but if you decide to make it as a commercial business then this is the time that you need to exert much effort -this is if you really want to earn a lot of profit in the end.

The quantity of the honey being produced in your bee hive is not the only requirement for your success. You should also make sure that you will produce a high quality of honey so that you can sell it more in the market. One thing to make sure that you will be the one the best honey producers is to be updated to the latest technology in producing honey.Many of the known beekeepers are in the business for a long time now and they already mastered almost everything with regards to beekeeping success.

Today, you can sell more if you have your website. So, beekeeping for beginners, should consider creating their own website which can help them to reach out more possible buyers. Having your website can help you tell other people not only from your place about your product since many people now use the internet in their purchasing purposes.You should know that beekeeping for beginners is such a competitive business wherein smaller beekeepers have fewer chances to compete with bigger commercial beekeepers. Producing honey is a long process and it really needs your time and effort.

However, if you do not have the technology and the equipment which can help you then you will find more difficulty in producing small quantity of honey. Beekeepings for beginners take advantage of sub contract to stay in the business and able to compete with the other beekeepers. Though sub contracting might be a good idea, you will take a risk because not all companies in which you are subcontracting will be happy with your products.

So, before you will bring your product in the market, you need to consider if your product will become in demand. Consequently, if you are into beekeeping business, you should make sure that you will have healthy bees which can produce high quality honey. You should also think of the season. Spring is the perfect time for honey production and also the time to reach your beekeeping success.



I am welcoming myself into this group he,he

October 28, 2009 by janetsdream   Comments (2)

hiya all I have just joined , I live in liverpool and have a good size garden that snakes around one side of the house, the main part is grass and flower beds, but the side part, the best bit is my allotment he,he I have 4 raised beds and am just about to plant 4 trees around, apple, plum, pear, and cherry, I already have 2 apple trees and a pear tree, but hey, cant have enough fruit trees can you.

This year I grew runnerbeans, leeks , onions , tomatoes ,sweetcorn, potatoes, carrots, and rhubarb, I have a rasberry, blackberry and loads of strawberries as well, my crops were really good this year, no blight at all , which is amazing, I have recently had hubby build me a greenhouse, so watch this space he,he, its fantastic,

hope to hear a lot from you all, and keep each others spirits up when things go wrong , and celebrate when things go right,

one thing I could do with help with is composting , I have two composting bins , but they donts seem to be composting down as well as I thought maybe I am doing something wrong any help would be greatly appreciated, and good luck to the new site I think its great . speak to you all soon tc janetsdream xx



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