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Bee Country
Beekeeping sideliner with a focus on nucs queens and helping beginners 🐝
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Bee Country Dec 3
Such a beeautiful winter day β˜€οΈβ„οΈ
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Bee Country Nov 20
Replying to @EcoTensil
We would be interested in sampling spoons! How can I request a sample?
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Bee Country Nov 17
Our creamed honey is back and we’ve found a 100% compostable container to put it in. Made from plants so it’s good for the bees and the environment πŸ‘πŸ
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Bee Country Oct 7
Check out the article here πŸ‘‡πŸΌ
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Bee Country Oct 4
Barrels are getting filled πŸ‘ you can see the honey dripping off our screen and into a barrel. Kinda mesmerizing isn’t it ? by
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Bee Country Oct 1
Lavender infused honey🀀 only at
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Nate Benson Sep 17
Coming up on I'll take you inside a brewery making mead, and the farm where 12 MILLION bees do all the heavy lifting. See you soon & .
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Bee Country Sep 13
Pleasure having here at the bee farm for a story on locally made mead from
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Nate Benson Sep 13
I’m learning that assignments tend to put you in precarious situations. I’ll have this story next week on .
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Bee Country Sep 10
Caught a late swarm tonight. These will be combined with another hive to survive the winter swarming this late. Sure are cool to watch march in though! 🐝🐝🐝
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Bee Country Sep 6
Starting to prepare hives for winter and I’m surprised at the amount brood coming for the month of September. Going to have good strong colonies ❄️πŸ’ͺ🐝
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Bee Country Sep 3
I’d say goldenrod is in full bloom here, pollen pants in full swing
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Bee Country Aug 11
This is the time where the fight for valuable space between the queen and her workers begins. Many beekeepers fail to control this balance and their hives become honey bound or end up swarming. You can see the honey being stored on the top and the brood on the bottom.
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Bee Country Jul 26
Replying to @primetitle2
Got lucky and was able to catch it also.
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Bee Country Jul 26
Took a break from harvesting honey to get this swarm. 🐝🐝🐝
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Bee Country Jul 24
This is one of our nuc producing yards which has rebounded amazingly even though we heavily used their resources for making splits this spring. We made over 100 nucs and looking to make a good amount of honey from them as well. Bees are amazing 🐝🀯
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Bee Country Jul 22
Finally blessed with a cool day to move some bees into some new apiaries. Very thankful that we worked on palletizing the hives this year, one or two more moving days then we can finally start taking some honey πŸ‘πŸ
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Bee Country Jul 16
Bees are getting a bit honey bound here as they pack it away in the brood frames. Sure is pretty stuff thou 🐝🍯
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Bee Country Jun 29
Always amazed at all the colored pollens the bees bring in. They mix these pollens with nectar for food. Ample amounts of pollen are a great indicator of a healthy hive πŸ‘πŸ
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Bee Country Jun 16
This swarm of honey bees are obviously eager to start their new adventure πŸš™ 🐝
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