Top Beekeeping RSS Feeds
Site – perfectbee.com
About Site – If the thought of becoming a beekeeper is very attractive to you but you don’t know where to start – You should follow this blog. PerfectBee’s unique plan towards your first beehive, takes you from beekeeping basics to enjoying your own honey from your backyard beehive.
Site – beeculture.com
About Site – The Magazine Of American Beekeeping designed for beginning, sideline and commercial beekeepers who want the latest information on keeping bees.
Site – reddit.com/r/Beekeeping
About Site – Reddit feed for Beekeeping.
Site – dadant.com/news
About Site – Dadant has Everything for the Beekeeper since 1863. Beekeeping supplies and publishers of the American Bee Journal.
Site – honeybeesuite.com/blog
About Site – Honey Bee Suite is a beekeeping blog dedicated to honey bees, wild bees, native bees, other pollinators, and pollination ecology.
Site – scientificbeekeeping.com
About Site – Beekeeping Through the Eyes of a Biologist. Randy Oliver’s goal is to provide any and all beekeepers with a resource of readable and straightforward information on how to practice good bee husbandry, and to exercise environmental and community responsibility.
Site – badbeekeepingblog.com
About Site – Comments on the world of bees and beekeeping by Ron Miksha. use advice and ideas you find here with caution. Bees are unpredictable, climates and locales vary, and some of what you see here might not even be legal in your backyard.
Site – beekeepinglikeagirl.com
San Diego, CA
About Site – A Natural Beekeeping Blog by Hilary Kearney. Hilary’s mission is to help new beekeepers succeed and educate the public about the magic of bees!” Beekeeping classes, apiary tours, school presentations and live bee removal! If you’re a new beekeeper, in addition to classes we also make house calls for one on one support.
Site – nzbees.net/forums
About Site – NZ Beekeepers is a New Zealand Beekeeping Forum, promoting bees, beekeeping and apiarys. NZ Beekeepers is rapidly growing into the country’s first and largest online resource dedicated towards encouraging New Zealand based beekeeping.
Site – americanbeejournal.com
About Site – American Bee Journal Published since 1861 for hobby and commercial beekeepers, bee supply dealers, queen breeders, package-bee shippers, honey packers, and entomologists.
About Site – The Natural Beekeeping Tust works to raise awareness of holistic and sustainable approaches to keeping bees. We aim to protect and preserve the bee as a highly developed wild creature and essential pollinator rather than seeing it solely as a producer of honey. Our aim is to be a key contributor to new directions in apiculture; bee-centred, and treatment-free.
Site – kiwimana.co.nz/blog
Waitakere, New Zealand.
About Site – A New Zealand Beekeeping supplies and Gardening Shop, Blog and Podcast. We share Beekeeping information and news via our website and podcast. You will read our blog and you can listen to our podcasts. We help you keep Honey Bees.
Site – brightonhoney.com/blog
About Site – Brighton Honey Blog by Edward Graham provides information on bees & Beekeeping with Bee removal and honey facts.
Site – vita-europe.com
About Site – British company with global honeybee health experts developing and manufacturing health products for honeybees. Information and contact details.
15. Beekeeper’s Blog
93 Northcote Rd London
About Site – Purveyors of the Finest Honeys in the Kingdom. The Hive Honey Shop established in 1992 is an entire Dickensian styled shop devoted to just bees and honey, a little honey-wonderland chock-full from floor to ceiling with the largest selection of English and international honeys in the country.
Site – wasba.org
About Site – Keeping the Bee in Business. WASBA serves hobbyist, sideliner, professional and commercial Beekeepers in Washington State, Our Mission is to help local beekeeping organizations, assist the agricultural community, promote beekeeping and bee products and more.
Site – adventuresinbeeland.com
About Site – My beekeeping bumbles by Emily Scott. Emily is a UK beekeeper living in Ealing, west London. This blog is a record for myself of my various beekeeping related tribulations and occasional successes.
18. Basic Beekeeping
Site – basicbeekeeping.blogspot.com
About Site – Long Lane Honey Bee Farms is a family beekeeping business designed to encourage, assist and educate others in the wonderful experience of beekeeping. We are the one stop beekeeping shop, providing classes and beekeeping and beekeeping equipment.
Site – beekeepers.co.za
About Site – A voluntary association of both hobbyist and professional beekeepers.
Site – mudsongs.org
About Site – Beekeeping on an island in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean by Phillip. Mud Songs is written and illustrated with photos and videos intended for hobbyist beekeepers like myself, not commercial beekeepers or business entrepreneurs who usually have different priorities. Mud Songs is a record of every beekeeping mistake I’ve made since I started beekeeping on the island of Newfoundland in 2010.
21. Foxhound Bee
About Site – A beekeeping blog designed for beginner beekeepers and more experience beekeepers. Topics cover beekeeping supplies and lessons learned the hard way.
Site – beepods.com/blog
Milwaukee, WI USA
About Site – Beekeeping for the Bees. Beepods provides innovative beekeeping solutions and education to promote awareness and sustainable action to catalyze the reversal of declining populations of the honey bee around the world.
Site – indianahoney.org/blog
About Site – The Southeastern Indiana Beekeepers Association is a loosely organized group of local beekeepers interested in sharing the joy of apiculture with each other and with our local communities. To encourage the establishment of mentoring relationships to foster the skills of our new beekeepers and renew and refresh the beekeeping experience for their mentors while bolstering the population of honeybees
24. The Bee Journal
Site – thebeejournal.blogspot.com
About Site – Educational information and links to resources about honey bees and beekeeping by Barbara Lindberg. The purpose of this blog is to record my adventures with the bees and to share all my research and notes from books, seminars, training and lectures.