The Best Website for New Beekeepers

Beekeeping is a family tradition for me. My grandfather kept honeybees when I was young and it was one of the many passions he passed on to me. My wife got me my first hive for my first fathers day and I have been in love ever since. My son comes out to the apiary with me and loves the bees. "Daddy, can we see the mommy bee?", he will ask me. He pulls up his little chair and watches as I work the bees. He and I both walk out and check activity at the hive entrance fascinated with childlike curiosity at the wonder of the honeybees. I ordered a new queen and requeened a hive recently and had the bees shipped to my work address so that I could pick the bees up during business hours. Everyone at the office was so fascinated by the bees and often take time to ask questions and learn about the bees.

If you or a loved one has a desire to keep bees, I encourage you to take the leap and get into beekeeping. It is not just a hobby, but a lifestyle and one that I am sure that you will love. Don't fear the unknown. We have in depth detail about everything beekeeping, and most beekeepers love to answer questions and pass on their knowledge, myself included.  From solitary bees like mason bees to the famous honeybee. It may seem like beekeeping is overwhelming, but have no fear we have the information and know how to get you started. You may be asking yourself what is a Carnolian, and how is it different from an Italian? What is a mason bee and do they sting? We will be here to help you answer all those questions, and many more including what are the different hive types you can choose and what tools and equipment every beekeeper should have. What hive should I buy for my first hive? We have consolidated information for you about honeybee diseases and parasites We are working to be the hub of information for everything beekeeping. Make sure to check back often for new content.