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Favourite Beekeeping Websites


#1

www.beesource.com - largest beekeeping forum on the net, many expert beekeepers.

www.honeybeesuite.com - some excellent tips in the “how to section,” and an entertaining blog.


#2

http://bees.library.cornell.edu/b/bees/browse.html - massive free online collection of bee books, lots of old classics!

http://strathconabeekeepers.blogspot.com.au/p/the-beekeepers-library.html#basicbeekeeping - this site has a pretty comprehensive collection of links to articles, powerpoint presentations, webinars, software, videos and books on bee related subjects like bees, plants, farming, insecticides and beekeeping.


#3

I did not know about the cornell.edu site. It is amazing!


#4

I love Cornell’s site. I have some classic books online and they have been typed so they are more readable and searchable. In particular I did queen rearing books that I was having trouble finding at the time. When I finally found originals, I wanted to help others who might not find them…

http://www.bushfarms.com/beesoldbooks.htm

You will find:
Jay Smith (both of his queen rearing books)
Isaac Hopkins (queen rearing from two different editions of his Australasian Bee Manual)
C.C. Miller
G.M. Doolittle
Henry Alley
François Huber


#5

UC Davis has an excellent site.

http://honey.ucdavis.edu/front-page

Events are more for local Northern Californians, but there is a lot of content available on the site as well.