"If You Want Simple To Understand Guidelines On How To Be A Successful Beekeeper, Keep On Reading!"


Dear Beekeeping Enthusiast, 

When training to become a beekeeper you first have to have a passion for this hobby. In the beginning it can be a time consuming but once you have it setup you don't need to work that much unless you are ready to harvest your honey.

The beekeeping industry has come a long way from it being a simple hobby to where it's going on tables across the world. Many beekeepers that have not been brought up in a family that practiced this are going to have to really learn fast from an experienced beekeeper that has had years of experience from knowing the biology and study of bees and what to expect when they turn out a good product of honey.

Many people learn through the ranks of great grandparents, grandparents, and parents and it's just a family tradition and way of life that's taught to children. It wasn't even about making money it was actually just one other chore on the farm, but in the years it slowly progressed into a farm staple that was being sold like it was produce, meat and dairy, but it's still a profitable market anyway you look at it and it's one of the sweetest things in the world.  


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Day 1 - You Will Learn About The Important Biology of Bees  

Day 2 - How To Do Beekeeping In Different Areas of the World

Day 3 - Get the Steps to Take In Becoming a Beekeeper

Day 4 - Get to Know the Major Equipment a Beekeeper Uses 

Day 5 - Learn About the Queen Bee And How to Manage it

Day 6 - Know the Various Ways to Acquire the Bees

Day 7 - Step by Step Guide to Harvesting the Honey

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Frequently Asked Questions!

How much does it cost to become a beekeeper?

The initial cost of bee farming maybe intimidating to new beekeepers. You will have to invest in supplies such as a beehive, protective clothing, a smoker, plus hive tool. A new hive can cost around $150, clothing and gear can cost around $160.

How long does it take to become a bee farmer?

You will need to spend around 15–30 hours per year, but learning beekeeping can take time. You will have to research, discuss and study both the bees and information on how to best raise them.

Is there income in beekeeping?

Yes, and beekeeping for profit extends far beyond simply selling raw honey. You can also make money through your beeswax by making your own candles and other beekeeping beauty products.

Best Regards,

Author of Beekeeping for Beginners