Complete guide for the beginner beekeeper
The daunting task of starting to become a beekeeper is where to start!
A few things to think about are - how to be successful in your first year of beekeeping, what equipment do you need, should you buy a package or a nuc, how to winter bees and when to feed bees
The most important is the success and confidence you will feel in the first year of beekeeping.
I am introducing to you the complete guide to the start of a successful hobby in beekeeping.
The beginner package includes the first year of equipment you will need, except a beesuit, 2.5 pounds of Canadian bees, mentorship via text or email to our resident beekeeper Mark Cunningham with over 17 years of experience, and assistance to beginning the process of beekeeping.
Equipment includes 3 deep boxes with tops/bottoms and inner boards, 30 frames/foundations, smoker, bee brush, hive tool and a set of gloves - excludes a bee suit, assembly and painting of the hive boxes.
The package of bees include 2.5 pounds of Canadian bees, a queen bee, syrup, all packaged in a bee bus.
Mentorship with our resident beekeeper Mark Cunningham via text or email. FAQs will be posted on his website for all to view. Continuous support when you need it.