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I recently finished a tiny book-let concerning my adventures of pure apiculture in NZ, here are afew pics providing you a little taster. All photographs unless began, are now mine. Here bee caring that is organic is also, for the most part, not what and thought’we’ve done for the past 100yrs’ – we require some studying literature that is new thinking beyond the square and speaking to other people. In my head it’s about education and more instruction…
I had good fun picking photographs and putting down my thoughts in a correct purchase! I’ve got hundreds of material in study and my courses, it had been hard sometimes to determine what to work with.
I expect,with time, to include more and a suitable book – there’s so little written about bee farming in NZ, particularly nothing which gravitates the commercial/langstrothe method of doing things. .
 Beautiful bees wax comb… the uterus of this hive, in which all makes each bee’s existence secure and protected – all of this with no compounds….
 I think strongly that honey bee warrants this type of hive… to exactly whatever she’s doing for us, certainly we could return to her what she desires. . … Read More

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