Tag Archives: honey

Episode-227- Part 2 Check The Top Bar Hive Before Winter

Tony Teolis/ December 31, 2013

Here is part 2 of the November 2nd pre-winter check of the top bar hive. In this video you will see more of the honey stores these bees have prepared for the long cold winter. A good clean up

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Episode-226- Check The Top Bar Hive Before Winter Part 1

Tony Teolis/ December 29, 2013

Today’s video is from November 2nd 2013 when I went into the top bar hive to check on the bees’ winter honey supply and to put in top bar of fondant and a sugar patty packed with essential oils and

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Episode-211- Fruitless Fall Book Review

Tony Teolis/ August 12, 2013

Fruitless Fall book review: 1. What I learned The difference between the waggle and tremble dances foragers perform upon their return with goodies from the field. Foragers do waggle dances when recruiting others to a good nectar or pollen

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Episode-110- How To Harvest Honey From A Bee Hive – Part 2

Tony Teolis/ July 7, 2012

This is Part 2 depicting how the honey is strained and bottled and shared with others. I recommend watching Episode-106- Honey Harvest And How To Get Honey From A Bee Hive – Part 1  to get the full view of how

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Episode-106- Harvest Honey From A Bee Hive – Part 1

Tony Teolis/ July 1, 2012

This is the most exciting time I had putting a video together for you to watch. It’s the Honey Harvest! This is part 1 of a two part video that shows the super and 8 medium frames of honey

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Episode-78- Produce More At Home To Retire Early

Tony Teolis/ April 17, 2012

Producing things for consumption at home is contrary to the American way of life. the us economy depends on consumer spending for at least 70% of all consumption. That’s outrageous and horrible. Americans have become dependent on too many

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Episode-44- Beekeeping For Dummies Book Review

Tony Teolis/ February 9, 2012

Today I wish to introduce you to Beekeeping for Dummies by Howland Blackiston. I have in my hand the first queen cage I received when my package of bees arrived in April of 2011. My neighbors take turns asking

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