Bee Farming

Bee farming has been around since 2000 BC and continues to thrive in our modern era. Beekeeping was originally done by ancient Egyptians who used bees as a natural form of pest control and food source. Nowadays, beekeepers typically keep beehives for their honey production but also use them for pollination purposes which can help with agricultural yields.

Honey Bee Species

Stingless Bee: Stingless bees are very diverse in their behavior, but they are all highly social. They practice mass procurement, complex nest architecture, and perennial colonies. Honey Bee: The true honey bee (genus Apis) undoubtedly have the most complex social behavior among bees. The European (or Western) bee, Apis mellifera, is the best-known bee species and one of the best-known insects. Honey bee live in large “families” and are found all …

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Bee Farming-How To Start Bee Farming

Bee farming is very popular nowadays. The cultivation of bees is also called beekeeping. This word is not well known, but it is important that people who are engaged in this activity know it. What is beekeeping? Beekeeping is an activity that is dedicated to the breeding and care of bees in order to take advantage of the products that result. The most important product that is achieved thanks to this …

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Honey Bee Life Cycle

Bee life cycle begins when the queen of the colony lays her eggs inside the individual cells of a honeycomb. Queens store more than five million sperm inside their bodies, allowing them to lay eggs throughout their lives after a single nuptial flight. When the eggs hatch, eggs that were fertilized become workers and unfertilized eggs become drones (male bees). It is the queen’s responsibility to lay fertilized eggs to …

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