Wednesday, November 3, 2010


There are number of bee's species that produce different type of honey .To find out what kind of bees are available in your area, you can contact your local beekeeper association. Once you have contacted your local beekeeping association or visited one of beekeeping farms in your area, you know the overall picture of beekeeping.

Organic beekeeping and natural beekeeping are similar, yet different. Organic beekeeping is like natural beekeeping, except that it is governed by very stringent regulations set by the FDA. Legality...that is the main difference between organic beekeeping and "natural" beekeeping.

There are actually three main factors that both the natural beekeeper and the organic beekeeper focus on, the hive, and the place where the bees get their nectar from, and the environment the bees are in. Most commercial bee keepers do not practice natural beekeeping techniques. The Management of the Hive

Most natural beekeepers want well constructed hives, which are designed well with the best interest of the bee in mind. This information can assist you when starting out or learning how to start beekeeping, or if you are just beginning beekeeping.

Irrespective of the purpose for beekeeping, it is vital to have a beekeeping guide to help one in their beekeeping. The beekeeping guide will help to mark out the important items without which one can not begin beekeeping.

Keeping bee is an ancient practice known to human.  Bees are the source of honey and beekeeping is the technique that manages the bees and honey production.

Organic beekeeping which produces pure natural honey is one of the most demanding source of natural food in today's market. Also bees and beekeeping is one of the popular hobbies which can be turned to a profitable business. If you know nothing about bees and beekeeping and you want to learn how to keep bees, I will outline the beekeeping process in this article which will guide you to the start.

The Biology of the Honey Bee


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