Short, in-depth review of all things honey bees with hosts, Kim Flottum and Jim Tew
Spring inspections are the name of the tune right now and the theme of today's podcast! Listen in a Kim and Jim discuss what a beekeeper should be looking for this time of year!
Honey Bees Sting! (019)
Well... everyone knows this, so why do beekeepers submit themselves to a painful hobby or business? What can they do about it? Listen to Kim and Jim talk about stings!
Eating Comb Honey (018)
Everyone knows how to eat honey, right?! Well... not so much comb honey - you know, honey that is still in the comb and capped? Do people still do this? Is it safe? And... even more important... can you eat the wax? Kim and Jim discuss all things comb honey in this episode!
Pollen Traps (017)
Many beekeepers are missing out on a valuable hive product. Is pollen a good product to sell? Is collection harmful to the colony? Kim & Jim discuss their experiences with this often overlooked piece of equipment.
Nectar Flows (016)
Every beekeeper knows about nectar flows... or do they? When do they happen? How do you know one in 'on'? What do you do when one is 'on'.
In this episode, Kim and Jim discuss Nectar Flows!
When you have a robbing event in your bee yard, it is a spectacle to behold! Good or bad? Well... that is a matter of perspective.
This is my favorite Bee Keeping podcast. Informative. Straightforward. Short. I like the back and forth between the two gentlemen that host it. It’s like evesdropping on two older men at the bee club having a conversation and then it’s over. I like short podcast but I wish this one was longer.
Keep it up
Informative and fun
The discussions are light and conversational. I find that I’m picking up lots of proven techniques that I’ll be able to apply to my own hives. Thanks, gentlemen, for sharing your time and knowledge with us.
Hey guys the podcasts are great. I have a mobile extracting room Jim if you ever need it. Also I’m interested in sponsoring the show let me know.