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Queen Rearing Class - 2018

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June 23, 2018 |  9am - 4pm |  Class size is limited to 25 people.

Join us for an educational hands on queen rearing experience. This class is taught by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, Richard Underhill.  The class includes lectures, hands on grafting, and time in the bee yard. Lunch and supplies are included in the cost of registration. Supplies include: one cell bar frame, plastic grafting tool, queen cups, and a queen rearing guide book. 

The Queen Rearing Class offers beekeepers the opportunity to continuously improve their honey bee genetic stock while producing high-quality queens. The class covers the important beekeeping steps for preparation to queen rearing, critical timing considerations, stock improvement procedures, queen evaluation, and the make-up of the various hives used in queen production. The class receives hands-on experience in producing queens using the Doolittle Method of Queen Production.

Items you may want to bring: Headlamp and hand held magnifying glass (for seeing into the cells), notebook, pen, and safety gear for the bee yard. 

               

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June 23, 2018 |  9am - 4pm |  Class size is limited to 25 people.

Join us for an educational hands on queen rearing experience. This class is taught by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, Richard Underhill.  The class includes lectures, hands on grafting, and time in the bee yard. Lunch and supplies are included in the cost of registration. Supplies include: one cell bar frame, plastic grafting tool, queen cups, and a queen rearing guide book. 

The Queen Rearing Class offers beekeepers the opportunity to continuously improve their honey bee genetic stock while producing high-quality queens. The class covers the important beekeeping steps for preparation to queen rearing, critical timing considerations, stock improvement procedures, queen evaluation, and the make-up of the various hives used in queen production. The class receives hands-on experience in producing queens using the Doolittle Method of Queen Production.

Items you may want to bring: Headlamp and hand held magnifying glass (for seeing into the cells), notebook, pen, and safety gear for the bee yard. 

               

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