Beekeeper's practical guide
Basic definitions in beekeeping
Bee keeping rules
Species of bees
Breeding of bees
Swarming of the bees. Secrets of beekeeping

The content of bees in hives of different types
Single-body content of bees
Two-shell content of bees
The content of bees in hives-loungers

The secrets of beekeeping in questions and answers
Peculiarities of Bee Behavior

Beekeeping for Beginners

Beekeeping for beginners. Bees and apiary

Today, beekeeping is not only an important branch of agriculture, but also one of the exciting lessons for people who are not indifferent to nature and bees, bee products and their health. Work with bees captures everyone who has ever visited an apiary, breathed a honey aroma, heard the hum of beekeepers, saw their unusual "homes".

Bees bring invaluable benefits, pollinate agricultural plants and greenhouse crops. When cross-pollination not only increases the yield, but also improves the quality of the fruits. As a result, plants are better tolerated by adverse conditions, less susceptible to disease, giving seeds and fruits of high quality.

Properly organized beekeeping has always been a profitable occupation. In a market economy, the question of the profitability of apiaries, increasing its profitability became for beekeepers the main and decisive in their activities. Recently, for very many beekeepers, income from poultry farming has become the main source of material well-being.

About the nutritional and healing properties of beekeeping products known since ancient times. Honey, beeswax, pollen, beebread, propolis, royal jelly are all products of the life of bees that have healing properties.

How to know the fundamentals of honey bee biology, how to properly and timely perform seasonal work on an apiary, why bees are sick and how to treat them, and how to make bee products themselves - for these and many other questions you will find answers by visiting our site.