BEE STINGS (Part 1) Best Practices to Avoid Getting Stung
ft Bruce White
Bee Stings are something a beekeeper will experience, eventually. And it’s important to know the best practices to avoid getting stung. In the first part of this 2 part series, we look at the best things every beekeeper can do to keep safe. Bruce White talks about stings and shows the Best Practices to Avoid Getting Stung. New beekeepers especially will learn some tips about the things to do to avoid bee stings when opening or working with hives. We should also remember most bees only sting as a last resort and not only are bee stings sometimes painful, a bee will almost certainly die when she stings a human. Because unlike wasps, a worker bee’s stinger has a barb and this will rip out her venom sack. So avoiding bee stings is better for the beekeeper and the bee.
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This is another video in a number that we have produced for members of the illawarra beekeepers Association and all hobby beekeepers for the management of their colonies.
See More Free Beekeeping Videos
We will be adding more beekeeping videos soon. And you can see other videos published already in the links below,
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Given how many beekeepers are probably asking "Can I attend to my bees?", we thought it would be a good idea to publish this. Taken from the NSW dpi website
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We are now publishing our newsletter in PDF's. We distribute the newsletter to all club members and you can view our latest newsletter here.
New Spring 2021 Course Dates Announced
Course dates of Beekeeping for Beginners have been announced for Spring 2021
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illawarra beekeepers monthly night meeting Mar 2021
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