Is your bee colony struggling, and unsure who or what the culprit is? Have you observed less bees coming and going from your hive? You may have unwanted guests... Read on for a guide on common pests and diseases.
October is American Foulbrood (AFB) Awareness month in NSW, though beekeepers Australia wide should inspect their hive for this destructive, nasty bee disease. Read on for what AFB is, and how to help stop it's spread!
Is your colony struggling? Do you have aggressive bees or queen? Wondering what to do during drought? Do you need more than one brood box? And when should you add this to your hive? Here we answer some frequently asked beekeeping questions on colony management.
Wondering how to do a brood inspection? Read our blog for help and tips in undertaking a brood inspection – what you should look out for, signs your hive is healthy, or if there are pests or diseases present. Great for beginner or experienced beekeepers.
Wondering why your bees are not taking to your Flow Frames? Read our blog to find out why your bees may be a little slow to work your Flow Frames and fill them with honey. Plus, tips on how to encourage your colony to take to your Flow Frames faster.