Beekeepers and outdoor enthusiasts will probably get stung at some point. Here are the first things to do after a sting (and if you’re allergic, see an allergist before it happens)
Adulterated versions of honey are on the market, so don’t be fooled by misleading labels. Real honey is easy to spot if you look in the right places.
This round of contenders is led by a group of cows watching a fencing project. Also appearing are a honeybee, goats, a rooster and a smiling lamb.
A fast-growing bee colony is at risk of generating a swarm. You can prevent that and also create a new hive through something called a split. Here’s how to do it.
June is a fine time to be a bee, but the start of summer brings fast growth on many fronts. Here are things you can do as a beekeeper to protect your colony.
Under certain conditions, if you harvest a small amount of honey in the spring responsibly, your bees will reward you later in the year.
Some people believe honeybees and backyard chickens can’t coexist. Not only can the two species live together, but people can benefit from this setup. Here’s how.