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Queen rearing workshop course Nov 2016, Melbourne Australia


#1

We are pleased to announce another Queen rearing course with Jody Gerdts, of Bee Scientifics conducted in November 2016 at CERES environment park in Brunswick and my apiary in the city of Darebin

This course will be held over three days (Friday-Sunday) and will contain both lecture and field components. This course is designed for experienced hobby and sideline beekeepers wanting to learn the art and science of queen rearing.

Full details and sign up information is available from the website http://bit.ly/2amzDz8

Please feel free to contact me with any questions

Cheers
Benedict Hughes
The Practical Beekeeper


#2

Still a few places left in the Queen Rearing course, even if you don’t intend to raise queens it will certainly help build your knowledge and you will also get to meet and network with other beekeepers.

Raising your own queens is one of the most rewarding endeavours in beekeeping and it’s easy to do. This class takes a science based approach to queen rearing. We train beekeepers to understand and work
with bee’s natural tendencies to successfully raise queens in any size operation.

Held at CERES Environment Park in Brunswick and Darebin Parklands in Alphington over three consecutive days this course is hosted by Benedict Hughes (The Practical Beekeeper) and delivered by Jody Gerdts from Bee Scientifics