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Our first list of our association’s nuc sellers is now available. Please note that these are locally sourced bees with good genetics and proven hardiness. The prices are very competitive as well. Click here to get the latest list of … Continue reading
Rural King is selling 3 pound packaged bees with a mated queen for $219.99. Click here for more information. Webmaster’s note: Rural King is one possible source for bees. Some of our members sell nucs, which may be a better … Continue reading
Our monthly meetings will resume in the new year at the same place and time. They are a great opportunity to hear an informative presentation and to learn from other experienced beekeepers. They are fun to attend with an occasional … Continue reading
If you have wondered what it takes to become a beekeeper, we have scheduled a short program to introduce this fascinating topic. See the flyer below for details.
If you have a swarm of bees on your property and want them removed, many of our members are available to help. Click here to learn whom to contact.
For those of you who are new to our club, we offer a page dedicated to Internet videos that describe many aspects concerning the art and science of beekeeping. The latest post is a ten-video course on how to manage … Continue reading
Richard Reid has graciously shared his presentation entitled “Wintering Bees in the Virginia Mountains.” You can view it by going to the tab entitled “Member Resources” and then by clicking on the menu item “Presentations.” The presentations are listed in … Continue reading
Jim and Jerry are going to present the topic of queen rearing basics at our upcoming Zoom meeting this Thursday night. They plan to share methods with us that are appropriate for the small-time beekeeper. Jim mentioned that there is … Continue reading
The information to either order bee packages or queens is in the PDF document below.