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Winter-Bee-Kinds Available NOW!

We are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

Our popular Winter-Bee-Kinds are available for purchase NOW!

Be sure and remember that they will not ship until mid to late November. And select the proper one, either 8 Frame or for 10 Frame Hive.

10 Frame Winter-Bee-Kind

8 Frame Winter-Bee-Kind


Winter Bee Kinds

Our very popular Winter-Bee-Kinds are on sale NOW. They will be shipped in the order in which the orders are placed so be ready this weekend to place your order. They will ship in November in cooler weather, usually near the end of November. They are a favorite among beekeepers across the country in helping honey bees make it through the winter.

Our Winter-Bee-Kinds provide the nourishment your bees need to remain warm and strong in the coldest of climates. They also provide insulation and ventilation to rid the colony of stale, moist air from the hive. In areas of very harsh winters, we recommend wrapping your colony and only use the exit/vent port on the winter-bee-kind located at the top of the colony. This helps prevents mice from entering through the lower entrance and allows your bees to take cleansing flights more easily on colder days.


Order Your Winter-Bee-Kind Today

 

   
 



How To Extract & Bottle Your Honey

We are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

Many of you are ordering our new and autographed book "Backyard Beekeeping" from our website. Thank you!

This is a great for new beginners who are thinking about beekeeping or have only been keeping bees a few years.

Here is a link for you to get your autographed copy of our new book:

Available Now, Click Here




My 2 Newest Videos Answers These Questions:

How To Uncap A Frame Of Honey

How To Spin or Extract Honey From a Honey Frame

Which Extractor Is Best To Buy?

How To Tell If The Honey Is Ready To Harvest

How To Bottle Honey

What To Do With The Frames Once Your Harvest The Honey

Which Uncapping Knife Works Best?

How Do You Strain Out Wax For Pure Honey?

How Long Should Honey Sit Before Bottling?
How To Detect The Nectar Flow Is Over


These are important questions. Harvesting honey can be exciting and fun when you know what you are doing. Also, as soon as the nectar flow ends it is important to begin feeding the colony to ensure your bees have adequate resources to continue raising brood in preparation for winter. In today's two new videos we will answer these questions and more!

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* * * Winter Bee Kinds * * *

Our very popular Winter-Bee-Kinds go on sale TOMORROW, Saturday, August 1st. They will be shipped in the order in which the orders are placed so be ready this weekend to place your order. They will ship in November in cooler weather, usually near the end of November. They are a favorite among beekeepers across the country in helping honey bees make it through the winter.

Our Winter-Bee-Kinds provide the nourishment your bees need to remain warm and strong in the coldest of climates. They also provide insulation and ventilation to rid the colony of stale, moist air from the hive. In areas of very harsh winters, we recommend wrapping your colony and only use the exit/vent port on the winter-bee-kind located at the top of the colony. This helps prevents mice from entering through the lower entrance and allows your bees to take cleansing flights more easily on colder days.

Although the website says "Sold Out" now, it will say "Add To Cart" this Saturday, August 1, 2020. Be ready. Order for 10 or 8 frame hives. Here's the link:

Order Your Winter-Bee-Kind This Saturday
















   
 



Is Your Queen Failing Right Under Your Own Eyes?

We are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

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Control mites is crucial during July, August and September when they are most reproductive.

In my newest video published today, I'll show you how to reduce your mite load by caging the queen with a push in queen cage. Also, in this video I'll demonstrate how to see if your queen is good, or is she failing right under your own eyes.

Enjoy the video by clicking below and be sure to SUBSCRIBE when you watch the video! We are shooting to have 50,000 subscribers by the end of the year. We have just topped 43,000 subscribers so we are closing in so please subscribe. Also, click on the bell so you can be notified each time I make a new beekeeping video.
 

   
 



Entrance Reducers, Fall Feeding, Robbing Prevention & Another New Video

We are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

The nectar flow may soon be ending in your neck of the woods. Be sure to start feeding your bees as soon as the nectar flow ends. They are still raising young brood and these developing larvae must continue to be feed well by nurse bees. It will help if you feed your bees. Use our Burns Bees Feeding System now available online.

Poor nutrition can lead to many negative effects on your colony. Fall is coming and even before fall you may see an end to all nectar flows.

Prepare now to begin feeding your bees as soon as the nectar flow ends. Do not let your bees down now. Feed! Feed! Feed!

Our feeding system will keep resources above your hive away from those pesty, fall robber bees.

Our three whole feeder provides screen to keep the bees down when you change your jars or pollen patties. CLICK HERE TO ORDER TODAY

A question I'm often asked is how should the entrance reducers be set? Should the small opening be used or the large one? Do you even need an entrance reducer during the summer? What about robber screen? Learn how to use a robber screen in the fall to prevent your hive from being robbed by other bees. Watch my NEW video below for answers to these questions:

 




   
 


Watch My Newest Video On Stabilizing A Falling Hive

We are David and Sheri Burns at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, www.honeybeesonline.com

Beekeeping can be fun and enjoyable until something goes wrong. Today, I've made another new video about how to stabilize a falling hive.

Also, in this video, coffee time is about not quitting. Watch my newest video on the image below:

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Wow I can’t believe it, the print edition of Backyard Beekeeping is finally on sale! Many of you have asked how you can support me and Sheri beyond buying your own copy of the book. One way you can really make an impact is to write an honest review of the book on Amazon. Customer reviews lend credibility to products online and they also help people who are on the fence decide if this book is right for them. In the next few weeks I’ll be sharing some of my favorite reviews for the book on social media, so keep an eye out for those (maybe I’ll pick yours!) Thank you for your help spreading the word about Backyard Beekeeping in person and online!


Get your copy today! https://amzn.to/2Tc9AT5

Enjoy my new video below. I'm working hard to make more videos more frequently. Now is your chance to subscribe to my YouTube channel and leave a thumbs up! Working toward 50,000 subscribers by the end of the year. Please subscribe!

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