What Do We Do in November?

What Do We Do in November?

By this time, you should have completed your feeding and treated your hive since mid-October (September and October). If your feeder is not already removed, now is the time to do it. The last interventions at the apiary are usually in November; treatment of oxalic...
Little Things for Fall…

Little Things for Fall…

Each climate has its peculiarities regarding the wintering of hives. Here in Quebec, our bees must adapt and we must give them a helping hand. Here are some important points to remember at the end of summer. Since bees cannot empty their gut during cold winter days,...
Story of Sex … ANIMAL!

Story of Sex … ANIMAL!

I am expected with excitement and joy. After 16 days spent in my cocoon, I voluptuously leave my royal cell. A suite is available to me immediately. As soon as I leave, they lick me, they cuddle me, they communicate with me by vibratory signals; the foster paws grab...
Sriracha and Honey Caramelized Nuts

Sriracha and Honey Caramelized Nuts

Here is the infinite universe of possibilities that opens up to us when we start to think about everything we can do with the harvest of honey! With the holiday season fast approaching, you can embark on the concoction of these two “home-made” recipes that will...
Welcome to the World of Bees

Welcome to the World of Bees

Here is a short guide for people who are contemplating the idea of ​​having a small apiary at home or in the chalet. You ask yourself questions like ”  Is this for me?” How much does it cost? What implication does this require  ”? Then this is for you....
Winter Sore Jar

Winter Sore Jar

This little home remedy for winter ailments is all natural and contains only lemon, honey, ginger and tea. What do you need? 1 jam jar or other empty jar 1 lemon ½ cup of honey 40 ml green tea 2 tbsp. fresh grated ginger or 1 tbsp. powdered ginger Preparation Place...
0
    0
    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyBack to store