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Everything you need to know about managing Warre hives! David Heaf, the mastermind behind "The Bee-friendly Beekeeper" and the translator of Warre's book, "Beekeeping for All" has created the book that Warre beekeepers new and old have been waiting for: "Natural Beekeeping with the Warre Hive." Perfect for beekeepers getting started with the Warre hive, "Natural Beekeeping with the Warre Hive" includes chapters on:  

  • Getting Your Warre Hive
  • Siting your Hive
  • Personal Protection and Tools
  • Getting Bees
  • Hiving
  • General Management and Monitoring Progress
  • Nadiring - Adding Boxes Underneath
  • Harvesting
  • Extracting Honey
  • Feeding
  • Wintering
  • The Spring Visit and Beyond
  • Colony Reproduction
  • Pests and Diseases

104 pages. 6¾" by 9½". Soft cover, black and white photos and diagrams. 2013.

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06/26/2018
Gordon H.
United States

Excellent guide for Warre Hive.

This book contains most everything you need to know about the Warre Hive.

DK
06/06/2016
Dan K.

I've enjoyed learning about Warre

I've enjoyed learning about Warre bee hives and think the book is well organized and packed with lots warre hive information.

DF
06/03/2016
Doris F.

interesting book on natural bee

interesting book on natural bee keeping helping this newby to keep the bees happy

RF
05/22/2016
Robert F.

Beautiful hives! Martha Stewart would

Beautiful hives! Martha Stewart would be pleased. More importantly, bees like it. A bit pricey but the wood quality and construction are primo. If you,re a first timer be sure and get the windowed hive bodies. Less stress on bees and you than opening up hive to check progress.