Must Watch! Before You Start Beekeeping Know These Facts!

Thinking of beekeeping? In this video, we take a deep dive into all you need to know about honeybees. We give you some important background information and interesting facts about bees, their honey and how their hives work.

Keeping beehives on your homestead could not only supply you and your family with valuable goods like honey and beeswax, but depending on the amount of time and money you have available to spend, you could potentially scale your operation into a profitable business. This is the first in a series of videos where we show you the ins and outs of beekeeping on your homestead. We are going to dedicate videos to honeybee ecology, the avenues of profiting from your hives, and the different hive set ups you could consider for your homesteads and business alike. To get started, we are going to discuss honeybee ecology, covering aspects such as the bee caste systems, hive functionality and basic factors such as how honey is made. For the sake of clarity, we will be discussing beehives in this video, which is a manmade structure in which bees form a colony. Bee nests are naturally occurring in open cavities.

00:00 Introduction
00:52 Three kinds of honeybees (workers, queen, and drones)
05:32 Beehive Architecture
06:48 Bee foraging behaviour
07:44 Hive dynamics

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