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Links to Beekeeping Subjects, Methods and Techniques

This index should help visitors quickly find the topic they are looking for. As far as possible, items will be under the most appropriate heading, but there may be instances where a topic may be under two or more headings.

Not all topics will be accessible from here because it is difficult to categorise some, or they may be of a very specialised interest. For a fuller list try the A-Z Index.

These Links are not in any order and are either individual pages or sometimes whole suites of pages.


Apex Enterprises
Manipulations
Queens
Queen Cells
Feeding Bees
Observations
Microscopy
Uniting Bees
Forage
Beginners
Magazines
Bee Types
Gormanston

Conferences
Comb Honey
Skep Beekeeping

Chemical Treatments
Equipment Suppliers
Beekeeping Tools
Bee Breeding
Honey Production
Honey and Beeswax Extractors
British Standard Hives and Frames
Hive Preservation
Hive Maintenance
Queens - Poor Performance
Queen Rearing
Events. Help for Organisers
Help for BKA Organisers
Bee Diseases and Afflictions
Beeswax and its Uses

Traps and Trapping
Clearer or Escape Boards
Making Beekeeping Kit
Hive Design Parameters
Using Hive Products
Foundation and Comb
Links to Other Websites
Hive Securing Methods
Instrumental Insemination
Beekeeping Events
Polystyrene (Poly) Hives
Frames and Spacing
Beekeeping Charities
Candle Making
Protective Clothing
Colony Increase

Swarms and Swarming
Behaviour in Honey Bees
Non-Beekeepers

Education for Beekeepers
Non B.S. Beehives
Biology of the Honey Bee
Anatomy of the Honey Bee
Beekeeper's medical problems
Bee Improvement
Some Experienced Beekeepers
Beekeeping Qualifications
Online Discussion
Native Bees Apis m mellifera
Hints and Tips
Requeening a Colony
Honey Bee Genetics

Dave Cushman before me and myself taking over this website from him have tried to give sound information. We may promote certain aspects of beekeeping, but please do not accept them as 'the definitive standard' - there isn't one. As experienced beekeepers we have formed our opinions and modified our ideas constantly in the light of experience and new thinking. This is through observation and logic, not simply by recycling what is in books, as many do. We freely pass on our knowledge in the hope it will prevent other beekeepers making mistakes.

Please study the material that is here and accept or reject it according to the way it aligns with your own ideas. This is what progress is all about. The more that established thinking is challenged and discussed, the more we will all ultimately know.

Roger Patterson.