With today's high price of gas, why drive to the next town when you can find what you need at Johnson's Farm and Garden in Williston, SC? We are your home town super store where value, service and convenience are yours with a smile. Brushy Mountain bee equipment and supplies. 744 Tinker Creek Rd.
Williston, SC 29853
Dixie Bee Supply & Country Store is South Carolina owned and operated. We are certified beekeepers and have own apiaries. We carry a full range of beekeeping supplies and offer all natural products such as; local honey, molasses, jellies, stone ground grits and salsa. 1628 US-521, Lancaster, SC 29720 Store: 803-285-BEES (2337) Cell: 803-577-7871
Family owned and operated by Kerry and Donna Owen in the upstate of South Carolina. They are the producers for Bee Well Honey produced in the Southeast region of the United States. Bee Well Honey offers educational boot-camps for beginning and advanced beekeepers and sells beekeeping equipment and honeybees to beekeepers in Upstate South Carolina. 815 West Main Street
Pickens, SC 29671 (864) 898-5122
Jack & Betty Thomas started Mann Lake in 1983 because they could not find the quality beekeeping supplies they needed for their own beekeeping hobby. They began selling supplies out of their garage on Mann Lake, but quickly found a lot of others who were under served as well. Realizing the need was bigger than their garage they moved the business from their home to the city of Hackensack, MN. (864) 898-5122
Since 1936 Bees have been a part of the Rossman family. Beekeeping Supplies For Commercial Beekeepers, Backyard
Beekeepers, and Hobbyists.
Rossman Apiaries, located in South Georgia and serving beekeepers since 1987, carries a wide range of supplies as well as the manufacturing of highly durable Cypress Woodenware Hives.
Pigeon Mountain Trading Company offers the highest quality bees, beekeeping equipment and supplies at affordable prices. We have everything you need to start a hive and carry it through to a productive season of harvesting, extracting, and processing your honey
Looking for beekeeping supplies? We offer the continental USA the best in quality beekeeping supplies for hobby or commercial beekeeping use. We are based in North Wilkesboro, NC, and proudly serve many clients in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, the South-East and each of the 50 states' beekeeping supplies. If you're into beekeeping or have a beekeeper in your family, we have what you need. From beginner supplies to hive kits, frames, and supers for the experienced professional, we are your beekeeping supply warehouse!
We're a family business that sells local bees, local honey and local pollen from hives located in Irmo and Lexington South Carolina. If you have any questions please use the contact form on this website or call (803) 216-5522.
Honeybees and Beekeeping
Bee CARE's primary mission is to share with others knowledge of the incredible honeybee and promote more interest in beekeeping. We provide information and support to both beekeepers and those curious to learn about honeybees, their amazing roles in nature, and how they impact the quality of our daily lives.
Bees Are Amazing!
Did you know, there are about 25,000 types of bees in the world, with probably more species awaiting discovery?
This site has been written to provide a great deal of information for adults and children alike, about all things ?bee?! Whether you are looking to...
EAS is an international non-profit educational organization founded in 1955 for the promotion of bee culture, education of beekeepers, and excellence in bee research. EAS is the largest non-commercial beekeeping organization in the United States.
Honey bee research at the UGA emphasizes sustainable bee health management as well as more basic questions on bee pollination and foraging ecology. In all its initiatives, the UGA Honey Bee Program aims to develop research, teaching and extension initiatives that are locally responsive while globally relevant.
Charleston Area Beekeepers Association (CABA) is comprised of members mainly from (but not limited to) the general Charleston, South Carolina area. Members are beekeepers, researchers, and those who enjoy beekeeping as a hobby or simply wish to promote bees and the beekeeping industry to benefit our local and global economy, educate our youth, and improve our overall health and wellness. We support the South Carolina Beekeepers Association (SCBA) which funds beekeeping research and hosts conferences to share information with the community.
We are a very diverse group of individuals who share a common interest in beekeeping. We come from various backgrounds and different walks of life. While beekeeping is a hobby or sideline for most of us, beekeeping serves as the livelyhood for at least one of our members! Our occupations or "real jobs" are as varied as our backgrounds. We have members who are small business owners, farmers, plumbers, doctors, counselors and lots more. It is the amazing little insect commonly known as the honey bee that brings us all together!
We are a group of local beekeepers who meet once a month to encourage: better methods among beekeepers of the county of Spartanburg; to promote cooperation; to reach a common understanding regarding our problems and their solutions; to foster a closer cooperation among members of the association; and to do such things as will tend to improve purposes exclusively for its members and the general public relating to honey bees and the beekeeping industry.
The LCBA is dedicated to promoting best-practice beekeeping among it's members, to educate the greater community on the necessity and importance of honeybees to the environment, and to identifying and encouraging new beekeepers by offering classes, related materials, and hands-on assistance.
The Georgia Beekeepers Association was started in 1920 to help support and promote the practice of beekeeping in the State of Georgia.
Our goals include promoting the use of products of Georgia beekeepers, representing the beekeepers of Georgia in state and national legislative matters and to promote the common interests and welfare of Georgia beekeepers and the beekeeping industry.
1) Improve bee nutrition for healthier colonies, especially those used for commercial pollination.
2) Develop novel control strategies for Varroa using essential oils, pheromones and nutrition.
3) Develop tools to better manage European Honey Bees in Africanized habitats.
4) Evaluate problems in the pollination of agricultural crops.
The American Bee Journal was established in 1861 by Samuel Wagner and has been published continuously since that time, except for a brief period during the Civil War. The Journal has the honor of being the oldest English language beekeeping publication in the world.
Because we are unable to add a pdf here, please go to our "Become a Member" page to download a discount coupon for a subscription to this magazine.
Beekeeping is an effective way for poor people to strengthen their livelihoods and fight poverty. Bees for Development provides information to assist them. We work at the heart of an international network of people and organizations involved with apiculture in developing countries.
A lesson on manipulating Top Bar Hive Combs, how to open a TBH (top bar hive) and how to close one. This also shows you in detail the ways to handle a full top bar in order to not damage it. This video is for new or beginner TBH beekeepers.
This is the definitive text for beekeepers to identify what is happening inside the honey bee hive by observing the activities outside of it. Any beekeeper that cares about his bees must have this book. It is hard to find and expensive to buy when you do. Now you can download it!
The Everett F. Phillips' Beekeeping Collection at Cornell's Albert R. Mann Library is one of the largest and most complete apiculture libraries in the world.A new generation of apiculturalists is leading efforts to digitize major parts of that collection.
The National Honey Board is a federal research and promotion board under USDA oversight that conducts research, marketing and promotion programs to help maintain and expand markets for honey and honey products. The NHB is not a regulatory agency nor does it have powers of enforcement. The ten member board, appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, represents producers (beekeepers), packers, importers, and a marketing cooperative.
As an organization responsible for the marketing and promotion of honey in the US, the National Honey Board strongly supports the efforts of our industry and U.S. regulatory agencies to address any situation that brings into question the quality, purity or image of honey as a wholesome part of the American diet.
This is video shows the personal collection of bee smokers from Paul Jackson, Texas State Entomologist. It covers early smokers back to the 1800�?¢??s; their history, and evolution to where we are today. Jackson also shares the twists & curves of ingenuity that beekeepers have used to improve the device. Also included, are some humorous personal stories along the way.
Thank you so much for contacting SC Mid-State Beekeepers Association (MSBA). This email may not be checked daily as the secretary is a volunteer position, but we will respond to your message as soon as possible.
Please email David Gobbel at DFGobbelJr@aol.com if you find a swarm and need someone to collect it safely and quickly.
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We look forward to seeing you at our next monthly meeting!