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Winter Care For The Bees. A Tale of 2 Beekeepers
Host: KarenLynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead”
Karen Lynn of Lil’ Suburban Homestead joins you this week interviewing her two favorite beekeepers Troy Marino aka Farmer Tito and Bee Bayou and her husband The “Viking” in her life and page owner of Help The Beez Pleez to talk about Winter Care for Bees! She has interviewed both of these beekeeper before for prior shows and now for a special treat for all of you they both agreed to come on the show together! Read More→
Outside the box! Successful Preppers always think outside the box! Join the Other Side of a Preppers Path this show accomplished beekeeper, teacher and author Christy Hemenway shares Bee Keeping outside the box! You’d love bees and honey but isn’t commercial bee keeping expensive and tough to learn? No worries let Christy help you out of the box and into a profitable venture. Get the buzz on working with bees rather than against them. Learn how simplistic, sustainable and cost effective bee keeping can be. Got questions call in! Honey the wonder elixir, YAY BEES! Listen to this show in player below.
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Bee-keeper, teacher, equipment manufacture and all round bee person Christy Hemenway of Gold Star HoneyBees joins Lynna on this episode of The Other Side…A Preppers Path. Christy is the owner of Gold Star HoneyBees , she makes top bar hives, hive kits and teaches beekeeping classes using top bar hives. A regular contributor to MotherEarth News, TED, and of course her own blog she is a go to person about honey bees. Join the swarm and learn all about Honey Bees and the Top Bar Hive in player below!
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Tonight was no exception to the fun we always have. As with all our broadcasts, it was not only informative but entertaining as well. Don’t be just a prepper, be a happy prepper. For her first show as official Host Bev, one of the honeys on The Homestead Honey Hour held nothing back. Maintaining chickens, goats, bees, maple trees, seasonal pigs and the occasional steer can be exhausting. But thanks to rotating seasonal livestock, Creative planting and leaving the grass and weeds grow for the Bees and medicinal weeds..It can be very rewarding! She’s done it all and shared some great information about it. Listen to this episode of The Homestead Honey Hour in player below.
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