All About Beekeeping

Max1My name is Max. I bought my first beehive 11 years ago as a hobby. Beekeeping is my main source of income now.

My apiary has 250 families at the moment. My main focus is honey production and consulting services.

Beekeeping for beginners may seem complicated and laborious. In fact, the result is much more than the effort invested. You can expand your honey production without much expense with the right approach. Beginners need to familiarize themselves with the basic secrets of caring for bees.

The main purpose of the site is to bring to everyone who is interested and cares about bee breeding, the latest and most useful information relating to bees, all about beekeeping and bee products. You will learn what you have to deal with in this trade.

I will share information about new techniques with anyone who is interested. There is a wealth of literature, videos, articles, and links to apiculture stores that have everything for the beekeeper today. The useful information on beekeeping will save time and help the novice beekeeper solve his problems.

Enjoy your time and have a great harvest!


Where do bees go when it rains?

In the summertime, precipitation can fall as rain or hail. These natural phenomena can affect the bee family both directly and indirectly. The direct effect of precipitation is that it…

What to do if a bee lands on you?

Many people panic if a bee lands and won’t leave. Do not try to scare it off or kill it. This will be seen by the insect as an attack….

What do bees do at night?

Can bees fly at night? Bees sometimes fly at night, but only if they have to. They don’t do anything unnecessary at all. It can also be the case that…

How can I treat a bee sting on my tongue? 

It is important to get the victim to a doctor as soon as possible. After an accurate examination, medications will be prescribed to reduce inflammatory, allergic and painful reactions. Then…

What kind of bees produce milk?

Young worker bees secrete milk in their throat glands. It is a creamy substance with a tart taste. The worker bees and drones are fed with bees’ milk only during…

Bees and temperature: all you need to know

Bees are heterothermic animals, but with a pronounced tendency to be warm-blooded, which is especially noticeable when they form clusters. Bees become essentially warm-blooded during periods of activity, but when…

Why do bees build comb between frames?

The organized life of the honeybee has long fascinated those who have closely observed its life. Scientists, perhaps, have not found analogs in nature, having studied its biology in sufficient…