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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 5 days ago #85214

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K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:
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Um how much honey do you need???? :huh:
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 4 days ago #85224

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Well, we're starting to try to lay off on the sugar and the only other healthy-ish sweetener (besides honey) that we would use would be maple syrup or agave nectar and out of the three honey sounds like the easiest thing to "make" ourselves and we all LOVE honey on our toast (meaning we use a lot of it) sooo, to answer your question....

A lot :P
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 4 days ago #85229

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Is beekeeping pricey- IDK
Is beekeeping had/easy- IDK

Am I a beekeeper- No

Why are you responding to this chat- IDK


I hope this has helped u
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 4 days ago #85237

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Cool, I don't know anything about bees :P

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Well, we're starting to try to lay off on the sugar and the only other healthy-ish sweetener (besides honey) that we would use would be maple syrup or agave nectar and out of the three honey sounds like the easiest thing to "make" ourselves and we all LOVE honey on our toast (meaning we use a lot of it) sooo, to answer your question....

A lot :P
You do realise that honey is much more concentrated than normal sugar, so it's not a super healthy alternative...?
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 4 days ago #85248

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Beekeeper??? this topic is for you..


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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 4 days ago #85250

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Quirky wrote:
K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

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Well, we're starting to try to lay off on the sugar and the only other healthy-ish sweetener (besides honey) that we would use would be maple syrup or agave nectar and out of the three honey sounds like the easiest thing to "make" ourselves and we all LOVE honey on our toast (meaning we use a lot of it) sooo, to answer your question....

A lot :P
You do realise that honey is much more concentrated than normal sugar, so it's not a super healthy alternative...?
And @beekeeper! Where are you?!
I didn't see this topic lol

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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 3 days ago #85259

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K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 13 hours ago #85318

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Kwesi wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Beekeeping is not easy
In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. One bee colony can produce 60 to 100 pounds of honey per year. An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.

Wow.

...I still wanna do it though :silly:
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 month 8 hours ago #85352

well, at least here in Colorado, beekeeping isnt that expensive, initial costs for high quality stuff can be as high as $500, but after that the cost lowers considerably
(my boss is a beekeeper)
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 4 weeks 1 day ago #85396

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Quirky wrote:
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Quirky wrote:
K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Alright, I'll try to get some tips and stuff together for you this week. But I'll be busy so I'm not sure if I will have time to or not.

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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 3 weeks 6 days ago #85430

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K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Alright, I'll try to get some tips and stuff together for you this week. But I'll be busy so I'm not sure if I will have time to or not.

Take your time ;)

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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 3 weeks 3 days ago #85537

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Kwesi wrote:
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K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Beekeeping is not easy
In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. One bee colony can produce 60 to 100 pounds of honey per year. An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 3 weeks 2 days ago #85546

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Kwesi wrote:
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Kwesi wrote:
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im a beekeeper wrote:
Quirky wrote:
K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Beekeeping is not easy
In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. One bee colony can produce 60 to 100 pounds of honey per year. An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
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Yeah it was Google I don't see nothing wrong with that. Can you tell me how that is wrong?
Never said it was wrong :) I just found it humourous because of all the information packed into the tiny paragraph lol
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I (might) want to bee a bekeeper!! 1 week 1 day ago #86162

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Kwesi wrote:
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Kwesi wrote:
bush possum wrote:
Kwesi wrote:
Quirky wrote:
im a beekeeper wrote:
Quirky wrote:
K, so this topic is kinda geared towards im a beekeeper mostly cause he's the only beekeeper I "know", but anyone can answer (obviously).

Lately (like, since yesterday) I've been thinking about the idea of beekeeping, mostly for honey production. It sounds fun and and it would really cut down on the cost of buying honey (that stuff is EXPENSIVE). Anywho, can anyone give me some insight on what its like to bee a beekeeper? Is it fun? Pricey? Really hard/easy? I wanna know!! :woohoo:

That's awesome!! Beekeeper is really a great thing to do. You will be surprised of how much you learn about them after a little time of beekeeping. That's one of the things I really like about being a beekeeper. Beekeeping is super fun and exciting! It is kinda pricey. I can give you places to get supplies that are the cheapest and best I could find. And it isn't too hard. But, unless you use only medium and small boxes as some beekeeper do, you will have to lift hive bodies that will weigh around 80 lb. And if you do get into it I could give you tips on some stuff I learned starting out.

Cool! I would love to get whatever information you have :cheer:
Beekeeping is not easy
In order to produce 1 pound of honey, 2 million flowers must be visited. A hive of bees must fly 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey. One bee colony can produce 60 to 100 pounds of honey per year. An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
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Yeah it was Google I don't see nothing wrong with that. Can you tell me how that is wrong?
Never said it was wrong :) I just found it humourous because of all the information packed into the tiny paragraph lol
Ok good, Can't find anything humurous but okay :)

Just sayin, but beekeeping isn't that hard... just because its hard for bees doesn't mean its hard for you... and yes, I do have bees. :)
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