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What is a bee farm?


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2013-05-07 09:10:52
2013-05-07 09:10:52

It is a farm full of bee hives or bee boxes, where you can get honey from


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Yes. The purpose of a bee farm is to house a colony of bees so that collecting their honey might be made easier.

I think it is a hive - I believe that applies to an individual hive, or a farm of them.

An apiary. A beekeeper is an apiarist.

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An apiary is just a collection of beehives. An apiary farm would be bee farming on a commercial scale.

Go to a bee farm put on a bee suit and let the bees fly all over you it should help with the wasp fear.

Beehive..Or if run by humans it may be referred to as a bee farm.

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There are a few different types of farm animals that can bee seen in the Lake District. Generally, there are many cows and horses. There are also goats and pigs.

Often you can observe a colony of bee's at a farm. Farms often have beehives in order to polinate their crops.

Specialist companies such as Man Lake Limited, Brushy Mountain bee farm and Dadant and Sons all sell specialist bee keeping supplies. Ebay is also a good place to purchase bee keeping supplies from.

Local bee keepers may remove them for nothing by taking the nest to their own farm or an exterminator may charge up to $700 depending on whether walls needs to be excavated.

There are companies that will ship you some bees along with a queen. You could go to your local expert bee keeper (In the Utica NY area, John McDonald on Paris Hill Rd, Sauquoit) and ask them for queen bee advice, or you could hope that a swarm will enter you hive.

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Bumble bees do make honey, but only in small amounts. One colony may make up to a tablespoon of honey in a year. For this reason it is not a practical proposition to farm bumble bee honey.

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In theory, honey bees will sting anything that poses a threat to either a specific honey bee, or to the hive, including other insects, mammals, farm equipment, birds, clothing, etc. Stinging is their primary mode of defense. I have not heard of a specific case where a honey bee has stung a wood bee (or carpenter bee), but if a perceived threat from a carpenter bee was registered with one or more honey bees, or the hive, I have every reason to believe that honey bees would sting a carpenter bee. Incidentally, the opposite is also true, a carpenter bee could, in theory, sting a honey bee.

Worker bees attract nursing bees by order of the queen bee it started when a philosopher named Daniel Dennett worked on a bee farm and found it out on September 10th when he was only 9 years of age

One can purchase beekeeping supplies online at Brushy Mountain Bee Farm, Bee Keeping Starter Kit, and Kelley Bees. These products can also be purchased at select gardening and home improvement centers.

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