All posts by: Scott Derrick

testing the post syncronisation...
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To us human observers, the bee’s path often seems random, as it drowsily loops and buzzes about in forests and fields. Yet here, we’d be wrong. Yet here, we’d be...
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In our last blog post, we touched on the different types of bees that make up the colony. While these little workers are incredibly important, their job wouldn’t be complete...
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Colonizing honey bees is something that is extraordinary to watch, but even more amazing to be a part of. Where we tend to lose sight is in all of the...
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In our last blog post, we went over a few of the different supplies that are found in beehives and how they can be beneficial to both bees and humans....
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When people think of bees, the first thing that comes to mind is honeybees. It goes without saying why it’s the first thing that we think of, but honey isn’t...
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Carniolan Nucs On Sale Now Blythewood Bee Company is pleased to announce that we are now taking orders for our high-quality Carniolian Nucs from Upstate New York. This season we will...
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2017 Carniolan Nucs Available For Preorder   Blythewood Bee Company is now accepting pre-orders for our 2017 Carniolan Nuc Hives. The high quality nucs were a real hit last year...
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Varroa Mite are now the most common problem that beekeepers in the United States face. Varroa Mites as well as CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder) been responsible for the death and...
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Honey-B-Gone Clears Supers Fast! If you’ve used Bee Quick, Honey Robber, Bee-Go or any of the other bee repellant on the market to clear supers to gather your honey, you’re...
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