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Pretty good information about honey:  http://www.storyofhoney.com/

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     Apiary Chores for January  (IF OUTSIDE TEMPS ARE ABOVE 60 F.)   

If necessary, feed fondant  and pollen patty inside the hive.  Too cool yet for 1:1 sugar water.

MAKE SURE bees enter through the smaller entrance reducer hole.

Insert IPM boards to reduce cold drafts inside the lower brood chamber.

VENTILATION BECOMES ESSENTIAL DURING WARM DAYS AND COLD NIGHTS! DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THAT?       Get Answers?
        NOW IS THE TIME TO PAY DUES. Link to PDFMembership Form.
Caswell County Beekeepers Links
Monthly Meetings- We meet at 7 p.m. on the 4th Thursday of each month in the Agriculture Building lower level. Meeting Calendar




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MARCH BEES
Warm days are becoming more frequent and bees are flying. They still need plenty of carbs to keep themselves warm during cold nights. Make sure your bees have plenty to eat. This is the time that bees can quickly starve.
Field mice are also active - keep your entrance reducers in - use the small hole.

The February meeting  rescheduled for Thursday March 5.