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How Many Bees in a Hive

A hive can contain up to 70,000 bees in midsummer. There will be 1 queen, 250 drones, 20,000 female foragers, 30,000 female house-bees, 5,000 to 7,000 eggs, 7,000-11,000 larvae being fed, 16,000 to 24,000 larvae developing into adults in sealed cells.

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Beekeepers @ KSRC

Published 22.Feb.2012, 10:53pm

Honey Bee

KSRC is the Kent Science Resource Centre, near Sittingbourne – a wonderful facility where beekeepers from all over Kent will be able to improve their knowledge of beekeeping. There is the online course booking “shop”, for KSRC-based beekeeping courses.

The courses are targeted at those who wish to improve their skills and so the courses are intended for beekeepers with at least 2 seasons’ experience of managing bees, and/or those who have acquired at least the BBKA basic certificate in beekeeping. Beginner beekeepers are directed to their local associations, where they will find lots of support for taking the first steps in beekeeping.

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Tikki gulland
5.Aug.2012 9:03pm [ 1 ]

Please could you let me have details of your skep making course.

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