Beekeeping is becoming more popular. The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates that honey production increased to 19 percent between 2013 and 2014, with the average hive producing upwards of 65 pounds.1 With a little know-how, starting a hive is a sweet way to support pollinators and turn a hobby into delicious honey.
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Learn what all beginner beekeepers need to know before they get bees. How to set up the apiary, where to buy bees, what beekeeping supplies are needed, and other beekeeping questions are answered in this article.
Backyard beekeeping for beginners. An essential part of keeping bees is knowing the best spot for hive placement. Learn where beehive should be placed and what direction they should face for the healthiest bee colony.