DateDecember 24, 2019

Monitor The Location FROM THE Queen

Hi, I’m David Burns, today for lessons sixteen of our online beekeeping lessons and many thanks for joining me. We love the bee business. My wife, Sheri, handles a few of the administration details, produces parts for our hives and frames, and oversees our honey bottling process. Our children all work in various areas of the operation too. My father-in-law, Bill Henness is retired, and helps keeps our procedure goes smoothly too, by volunteering his time working the bees, building hives, building our bee-vac and selling honey.

I’ve got an occupied beekeeping week. Saturday I attended the Illinois State Beekeepers Association in Springfield, Illinois. A few days prior to that, Thursday on, I stopped at with Gene Killion. Anyone who has been in beekeeping for some time knows the name of Carl and Gene Killion. He retains the global world record for the most comb honey created from a single hive. In the glory days of his work, he previously over 1,000 hives with 8 supers on each hive!

The Killion family was recently featured in the American Bee Journal. The Killion have had remarkable success in beekeeping! While visiting with Gene, he showed me around his place where they prepared comb honey and prepared their supers for the next year. Not just that, but he gave me one of his own famous 8-framework comb honey supers that he and his father made and used. Lots of our customers request comb honey. After I speak to other beekeepers, they too …

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