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Living Off Grid News  – So you want to learn how to build beehives and raise honey bees and turn a golden profit selling raw, organic wildflower honey from your own Off Grid Honeybee Farm.

Many people are afraid of bees, but they are a very good asset to have on your off grid property. They will significantly increase your garden’s, berry bushes’, grain field’s and tree’s fruit/nut production.   In addition, honey will never spoil and can keep your family alive and healthy during some very tough situations.

In addition, raising bees in many states is one of the quickest way to qualify for an agricultural extension because of the problems of massive amounts of bee colonies dying due to harsh chemicals that are farmers are spraying on crops that kill bees.

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How to Build a Bee Hive Honey Farm

  • How to Start a Honey Bee Farm – Apiculture is the practice of keeping and maintaining bees and their hives. The beekeeper is also referred to as the apiarist and the entire colony set up is called the Apiary. Beekeeping has grown in popularity in recent years and the raw honey, beeswax, and royal jelly are much sought after products.
  • How to Capture a Swarm of Bees for an Off Grid Honey Farm – Before a swarm actually departs, it will put a lot of energy into finding the perfect new home. Cue the scout bees! These foragers turned house hunters will seek out ideal nesting locations often spending 30 minutes or more thoroughly evaluating the site. This process can take days and the more attractive a site is to the swarm, the more scouts will appear.
  • Everything You Wanted to Know about Raising Bees for Honey – So you want to be a beekeeper and looking for ideas or plans for LangstrothTopbar, or Warre beehives? Click the link above to see review 36 free DIY bee hive plans for building and managing beehives.

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