Practical Beekeeping: A Beginner’s Guide Ebook
by Warwick Selzer
- Help yourself OUT in BAD Economic Times!
- Learn a Niche Skill in High Demand!
- Start Bee keeping! Become a beekeeper!!
Without honey bees there is very little cross pollination and that means very low harvests come summer time for picking apples, pears, strawberries, corn, oranges, peaches, sunflowers, wheat, soya and so on.
Beekeepers are a niche group of people around the world. It’s a dying art!
Practical Beekeeping knowledge is usually something passed down from father to son with very few newcomers to the business. The world needs bee products and bee keeping services.
This is a great niche for YOU TO ENTER right now!
The thing about a niche is that your skills are in high demand and your bee products are highly desired! Honey prices are soaring through the roof! You need to take advantage right now of government funding, local projects that want YOU to boost beekeeping related activity!
Major tenders for government funded beekeeping projects are available and local funding for agricultural developments are also keen to develop beekeeping activity!
Take your share of these projects and grow a honey farming business like no other! It’s up to you right now!
Beekeeping is a lucrative business. Once you start a honey farm with 3 or 300 bee hives, you can reap profits many times over for very little effort on your part.Besides selling comb and pure honey, you also learn about the many profitable bee products you can make money from in our Beginner’s bee book.
Propolis**, Royal Jelly, Beeswax Candles, pollination, bee removal services, beauty creams, shampoo and honey wine are all bee products from your honeybees.
**Propolis or bee glue is a resinous mixture that honey bees produce by mixing saliva and beeswax with exudation gathered from tree buds, sap flows, or other botanical sources.
Bee farming is one of a handful of business ventures you can start and make back your original investment within the first year.
Bottom line: It’s quite profitable!!
Won’t Believe Us!
Bee keeping is one of the cheapest farming activities to start up. You only NEED bee hives, a quality bee suit, hive tool, a smoker and gloves.It is also a sustainable agricultural activity. The honey bee is a natural resource! Recent decline in bee populations is a major scare for governments around the world. If pollination of main food sources were to suffer farming production would suffer.
By developing your skill in the beekeeping niche you can provide bee hives for healthy bees and help restore the natural balance of nature. You also get to make a serious profit from it!
I show you how you can “catch” a wild bee swarm and give them a home – Your bee hive!
I “walk” you through an inspection of your bee hive from preparing what beekeeping equipment to take, to how you should approach the bee hive and “count” the bee population of your apiary!
You will learn to use smoke to calm the bees correctly to create the least amount of disturbance to the hive and the best working conditions for you!
You will discover how to use your Queen bee to create new bee colonies for you! You get a free Bonus report on this once you get the Practical Beekeeping bee book! You will know how and when to harvest your bee honey– not to mention maintenance of the honey hive box.Learn how many hives you can keep on your property!
Find out how easy it can be to get permission from land owners to keep your bees on their land
You don’t need to own the land that you keep the bees on – Just get permission to keep them there
There is no daily routine of feeding, watering and medicating. Along with the reward of Amazing-Tasting raw comb honey and other useful bee hive products, the finest fruit, vegetables and seeds result from bee pollination
The Practical Beekeeping – Beginner’s Guide to beekeeping with 60 pages of info, knowledge and experience to put to your benefit!In addition to the Practical Beekeeping Tips mentioned above, you also get in-depth knowledge passed on to you from years of beekeeping experience so you can use it to fast track your beekeeping business.
For Beginners, Start your own honey farm now!
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You only have one opportunity to make your decision and if you are not TOTALLY convinced by the power of the Practical Bee keeping Beginner’s Guide, we’ll speedily refund every penny of your small investment. No quibbles. No questions.60 days from now, you are either experiencing great reward at running your own bee farm or YOU PAY NOTHING.To put it bluntly, we are willing to shoulder all the risk while you FREELY test-drive the Practical Beekeeping Tips and Secrets and make money when you start harvesting in the process.
Listen, it’s your decision… these practical tips WILL be taken extremely fast and whether it’s you or someone else who “gets in” won’t affect us. The smart people will take this opportunity and have direct access to our business plan for starting a bee farm and everyone else will be left in the darkness… trailing in their wake.
In fact, once you discover the simple approach we use, nothing or no-one will be able to keep you from all the success and honey you deserve. Truthfully, not everyone will be able to take advantage of this opportunity. It’s only for the person who is ready to take their rightful place as a bee keeper and is willing to do whatever it takes to finally Start Your Own Honey Bee Farm…
Delivery time will vary depending on the type and quality of computer equipment and internet connection. The download page is available immediately the moment you decide to input your payment details and submit. The file size of the eBook is 1.97MB.
Something to note…
P.S. I am a beekeeper and have been one for many years. I keep my own hives in locations close to where I live on smallholdings in the area. I do this by asking permission from the land owners while also giving them a briefing on the safety issues and my best practices.
P.S.S I also do bee removals for an additional income. This is a great income earner
P.S.S I get about 200 Kg of bee honey produced by my small collection of privately owned and manageable colonies. That’s only considering the honey I sell to friends and local food stalls at a premium.
P.S.S.S I also make money from making and selling beeswax candles. I also burn these sweet smelling candles in my own home. These are a delicacy in terms of beeswax because beeswax is hard to come by. Many beekeepers recycle their beeswax and put it back into their bee hives. I use mine to sell as pure beeswax candles.