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|Posted on September 4, 2014 at 2:00 PM||comments (0)|
Are you ready to harvest your honey? I have options to help you out!
1. Rent one of our extractors:
*Schedule a day, and you can take the extractor home. This allows you a more flexible time frame, if you need it.
*24 hour time blocks available.
*Includes extractor and all tools needed.
*You pick up and drop off. You are also responsible for clean-up of all the equipment.
*$35 per session, plus a deposit check for the retail value of the items rented, that I will hold until you drop off all the equipment in good shape. The deposit will cover any damage done to the equipment or cleaning that was not completed. I have a Rental Agreement that we will both sign.
3. Full Service Option!
*Schedule a time to drop off your boxes or frames and containers. I will extract and strain the honey for you.
*If your time is valuable and you don't want to extract your own honey, this is the option for you!
*No clean up involved....just drop off your full frames and pick up your own containers of raw honey. (All your equipment will be inspected prior to acceptance and MUST be disease and contamination free)
*You supply containers with lids (whatever you would like me to fill with your honey). You can also purchase buckets or bottles from me. Your choice.
*$2.50 per frame.
|Posted on August 24, 2014 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
This will be a one day course with a refresher of the basics, time for Q&A, and most of our time spent in the field. Bring you questions and be prepared to learn about maintaining your backyard hives through the winter, troubleshooting, getting honey from your hives, and preparation for spring.
Cost: $35 per person or $50 per couple.
Kids are welcome to attend this class. Kid price $20
Bring you own suit, if you already have one, or sign up by September 13 to make sure we have a suit available in your size.
Contact Cory or Casey if you have additional questions.
Cory: 435-467-4898 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Comment or let us know you're coming on our Facebook page*
|Posted on March 21, 2014 at 7:40 PM||comments (0)|
It's always been a dream of mine to have an observation hive in my house. It just took a few years to convince my wife that it was a good idea.
I built this hive in my back yard, split a package off of one of my stronger hives, and installed it about a week ago in my living room.
In a week's time, I've already learned some good lessons about ventilation. I thought I had provided plenty of ventilation holes, but I didn't anticipate how warm the bees would get inside my 65 degree house. The outside of the hive gets very warm to the touch mid-afternoon when the bees are most active. I've had to install some small ventilation fans and drill a few vent holes in the escape tube. It seems to be working well.
I caught a glimpse of comb today. I'll post more pictures as the hive grows. You can also look on my Facebook page.
If you're interested in a project like this in your home or business, I'd love to talk to you about it!
|Posted on February 4, 2014 at 6:20 PM||comments (1)|
If you are a licensed teacher, and would like to take the upcoming Bee-keeping class, if you sign up by February 5th, you will get $25 off the regular price of the class.
We only have 4 spots left until the class is full!
Call Cory for more information. 435-467-4898
|Posted on December 31, 2013 at 9:15 AM||comments (0)|
We want to spread the good word of Bees as beneficial insects to our friends who own local pest control companies! Anyone who is a licensed pest control applicator that wants to sign up for our upcoming BeeKeeping class will get 50% off the class fee (if you sign up by February 1)! Tell your friends!
|Posted on December 31, 2013 at 8:55 AM||comments (0)|