Beekeeping 101 – Hive Inspection

Just what is going on inside the hive anyway?

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The frustrating thing about beekeeping is maintaining patience. As I pointed out in previous posts, patience is indeed a virtue. The bees do what they want to do, when they want to, where they want to. When you keep bees, at least as a newb, you want to check on them all the time to make sure they are doing their bee thing. You poke about, open the hives, look around, sit and watch, and pine for some activity to alert you to what the bees are up to. :: Follow Gromit for more

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