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Seller: Top-Rated Seller jdxu (12,339) 100%, Location: Lalor, VIC, Ships to: AU & many other countries, Item: 380373277367 The Ultimate Collection of Beekeeping Classics How to Keep Bees: A Beginner's Handbook The Beekeeping Book The Practical Methods of Queen Rearing How to Build a Bar & Frame Beehive 1000 Beekeeping Questions and Answers It is amazing how little has changed in the world of beekeeping. Sure there have been changes, but overall things are being done today much in the same way they have been done since the Langstrogh hive was invented. Therefore, this ultimate collection of beekeeping classics has as much practical advice as the most modern books, despite the fact that all books were written around 100 years ago. PDF Reprint #1 265 Pages How to Keep Bees: A Beginner's Handbook Originally published in 1900s, this book has been prepared especially to meet the needs of the beginner in beekeeping. It is not intended to be a complete treatise for the professional apiarist, but rather a handbook for those who would keep bees for happiness and honey, and incidentally for money. It is hoped, too, that it will serve as an introduction to the more extended manuals already in the field. When we began beekeeping we found the wide range of information and varying methods given in the manuals confusing; but a little experience taught us that beekeeping is a simple and delightful business which can be carried on in a modest way without a great amount of special training. After a beginning has been made, skill in managing the bees is gained naturally and inevitably, and interest is then stimulated by the wider outlook which bewilders the novice. For the sake of simplicity this book is restricted to knowledge gained in practical experience in a small apiary; and the writer has sought to exclude from it those discussions which, however enlightening to the experienced, are after all but devious digressions from the simple and straight path which the feet of the inexperienced must tread to success in the apiary. Please note: This excellent PDF Reprint is a high-quality, electronic facsimile version of the actual book published in 1900s. Contents Covered Why Keep Bees How to Begin Beekeeping The Location and the Arrangement of the Apiary The Inhabitants of the Hive The Industries of the Hive The Swarming of Bees How to Keep from Keeping Too Many Bees The Hive and How to Handle It Details Concerning Honey Extracted Honey Points about Beeswax Feeding Bees How to Winter Bees Rearing and Introducing Queens Robbing in the Apiary The Enemies and Diseases of Bees The Anatomy of the Honey Bee Interrelation of Bees and Plants Beekeepers and Beekeeping Bee-Hunting PDF Reprint #2 485 Pages The Beekeeping Book Originally published in 1910s, this book presents a logical discussion of the various phases of the complex subject of beekeeping, from the life of the honeybee to the production of honey. It was not planned as a book of rules to which one may go for directions for each day's work, for beekeeping cannot be treated correctly in such a way. The activities of bees vary during the seasons and no two localities present to the bees and their owners exactly the same environmental conditions, so that the successful beekeeper is one who has a knowledge of the activities of bees, whereby he can interpret what he sees in the hives from day to day, and who can mold the instincts of the bees to his convenience and profit. It's the author's hope that this book would be as helpful to beekeepers as the cordial assistance. Please note: This excellent PDF Reprint is a high-quality, electronic facsimile version of the actual book published in 1910s. Contents Covered Beekeeping as an Occupation Apparatus The Colony and Its Organization The Cycle of the Year The Life of the Individual in Relation to the Colony The Life Processes of the Individual The Nervous System and the Senses The Reproductive Processes and Parthenogenesis Races of Bees Regional Differences within the United States The First Steps in Beekeeping The Apiary Site The Manipulation of Bees Spring Management Swarm Control and Increase The Production of Extracted-Honey The Production of Comb-Honey Marketing the Honey Crop The Production and Care of Beeswax The Care of Bees in Winter The Sources of Nectar and Pollen Bee Diseases and Enemies The Rearing of Queens Miscellaneous Information PDF Reprint #3 105 Pages The Practical Methods of Queen Rearing The author had the privilege of visiting many of the most extensive queen breeders of America, both north and south, and tried to present all the best methods of practice in use in these various. Although the book was originally published in 1910s, most of queen rearing methods described have been very practical to date. "The book is small, as it is thought wise to make the descriptions brief and to the point, rather than to elaborate them fully. Beekeepers are usually busy men, and want facts presented as simply and directly as possible in a book of this kind", said the author. Please note: This excellent PDF Reprint is a high-quality, electronic facsimile version of the actual book published in 1910s. Contents Covered Race of Bees Varieties of Mellifica Black or German Bees The Cyprian Bee The Holy-Land Bees or Syrians The Italian Bee Carniolans Caucasians Banat Bees Tunisian or Punic Bees Egyptians Other Races Life Story of the Bee Life of the Queen The Drone Queen Rearing In Nature Improvement of Stock by Breeding Desirable Traits in Breeding Stock Control of Drones Mating In Confinement a Failure Parthenogenesis Equipment for Queen Rearing Grafting House Mating Hives Feeders Nursery Cages Shipping Cages Early Methods of Queen Rearing Present Day Methods of Queen Rearing The Davis Method of Using Drone Comb Natural Built Cells by the Miller Plan Big Batches of Cells by the Case Method The Doolittle Cell-Cup Method Preparation for Cells Getting Cells Started Care of Finished Cells Combining Mating With Making of Increase Shipping Queens The Introduction of Queens The Spread of Disease from the Queen Yard PDF Reprint #4 52 Pages How to Build a Bar & Frame Beehive Second Edition Nowadays, many types of modern, fancy beehive boxes are readily available for purchase from beekeeping suppliers. However, if you are happy to use those old-fashioned, simple bar-and-frame beehives, then you could easily make your own because pretty much you only need some wood and basic carpentry experience. Originally published in 1850s, this practical instructional booklet completely describes how to build a classic bar-and-frame beehive. Just follow the instructions to construct your own hive boxes then you are ready to bring in the bees! Please note: This excellent PDF Reprint is a high-quality, electronic facsimile version of the actual book published in 1850s. Contents Covered The Bar-and-Frame Hive Hives and Bee-boxes The Apiary The Enemies to Bees, etc Swarming and Hiving the Bees PDF Reprint #5 280 Pages 1000 Beekeeping Questions and Answers For over 20 years as a popular advice columnist for American Bee Journal, the author has answered the queries of subscribers almost every subject in beekeeping has been touched. His wide experience, his inimitable style, and the clearness with which he writes have made these answers invaluable. This volume is a compilation of 1,000 beekeeping questions and answers, culled out of many thousands and arranged in alphabetical order for convenience. Its object is not to supplant existing textbooks on beekeeping, but rather to supplement them. Below are just 10 sample questions from this compilation: How many colonies of bees can be kept in one apiary? I have a colony of bees that is very cross, and one that is very tame. How could I introduce a queen from the tame colony to the cross one so as to make them all tame? What can I do for wax-worms in bees? I build my own hives. Is it necessary to have bee-space between cover and brood-frames? I find some hives do not have this. What is the best remedy for a bee sting? I have six colonies of bees. The smaller ones are bothered with large, black ants. Is there any way of stopping them? Is there any way to tell the age of a queen, and also how old should a queen be allowed to get? What is the best way to find and catch the queen in a box-hive? How to keep the bees of a swarm from swarming out again? I lost several swarms this summer by their swarming out. What is the best method of producing beeswax? I want beeswax instead of honey. Please note: This excellent PDF Reprint is a high-quality, electronic facsimile version of the actual book published in 1910s. Bonus #1 PDF Reprint 422 Pages The Life of the Bee On the Threshold of the Hive The Swarm The Foundation of the City The Life of the Bee The Young Queens The Nuptial Flight The Massacre of the Males The Progress of the Race Bonus #2 PDF Reprint 421 Pages Theory and Practice of Bee Culture Experience in Bee-Keeping Introduction of the Honey Bee to California The Honey Bee: Classification, Physiology and Characteristics Diseases Enemies Taming Bees Hives Choice of Stock Pasturage The Apiary Honey Pollen, or Bee-Bread Propolis Bees-Wax Swarming Forced Swarming Colonizing Comb Transferring Feeding Robbery Over-Stocking Transportation Wintering Bees Monthly Management Italian Honey Bee Stingless Honey Bee Bonus #3 PDF Reprint 157 Pages Beehives and Beekeepers' Appliances Introduction: A Bar-frame Beehive Temporary Beehive Tiering Bar-frame Beehive The "W.B.C." Beehive Furnishing and Stocking a Beehive Observatory Beehive for Permanent Use Observatory Beehive for Temporary Use Inspection Case for Beehives Hive for Rearing Queen Bees Super-clearers Bee Smokers Honey Extractors Wax Extractors Bee Keepers' Miscellaneous Appliances Bonus #4 PDF Reprint 120 Pages Dadant System of Bee Keeping Early experiments -- Natural History The Queen The worker-bee Size of Hives The large hive Small hives Safety in wintering Frame spacing The supers Side storage Queen excluders Drones and Drone Production The Dadant Hive A simplified Dadant hive Hive making Handling Bees Our Apiaries Outapiaries Apiary Management Spring The honey crop Increase Queens for increase Swarm Prevention and Supering Prevention of natural swarming Putting on supers Extracting Extracting implements Robbing Varying honey crops Requeening Queen Introduction Nomadic Beekeeping Fall Management Wintering Cellar wintering Our house cellar Wintering in clamps Wintering out-of-doors Diseases of Bees Enemies of Bees Bonus #5 PDF Reprint 356 Pages How to Keep Bees for Profit Bees -- Fruit -- Honey and Money Physiology of the Honey Bee Races of Bees The Home of the Bees The Bee Family How to Start Beekeeping -- Hives and Tools Transferring Bees How to Quiet and Handle Bees -- How to Avoid Stings -- Remedies Why Bees Swarm -- How to Hive a Swarm -- How to Control Swarming Raising Queen Bees -- How to Introduce a Queen How to Produce Comb Honey How to Produce Extracted Honey How to Make Increase Location of the Apiary -- Our Apiaries -- Moving Bees Diseases and Enemies of Bees Marketing the Honey Crop Beeswax -- Its Uses -- How to Render It Honey as a Food and Medicine Robber Bees -- How to Prevent Robbing Feeding How to Winter Bees Successfully Sources of Honey Notes for buyers The Product: This item is for 1 CD containing the PDF reprints described as above. The CD is to be used on a computer CD/DVD drive. It cannot be used on any standalone CD/DVD player. The PDF files are to be opened by Adobe Reader v5.0 or above. Payment Methods: Australian customers: PayPal, Direct Deposit, Money Order International customers: PayPal only Combined Postage: If you buy multiple items and can take all the files on a single CD/DVD, then there is no additional postage & handling charges. Otherwise, postage cannot be combined as each CD/DVD is posted in a separate CD-mailer via Australia Post. Notice to eBay staff This auction abides by eBay’s listing rules and polices. No trademarks and/or copyrights have been violated. We are the publisher of these PDF reprints. Condition: Brand new, Format: PDF Books on Disc, Language: English

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