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Beginner Beekeeping Course

Become a beekeeper – learn from the best at Ripple Farm Beekeeping For the new beekeeper or people considering beekeeping as a hobby What it includes: We will begin the morning with some Theory, followed by Practical Hive Inspections with 2…

Beginner Beekeeping Course

Become a beekeeper - learn from the best at Ripple Farm Beekeeping For the new beekeeper or people considering beekeeping as a hobby What it includes: We will begin the morning with some Theory, followed by Practical Hive Inspections with…

About Australian Beekeeping

Beekeeping in Australia is a commercial industry with around 12,000 registered beekeepers owning over 520,000 hives by 2013-2014.[1] Most are to be found in the eastern mainland states of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Beekeepers or apiarists, and their bees, produce honey, beeswax, package bees, queen bee pollen, royal jelly and provide pollination services for fruit…

Beekeeping in Australia

The Australian honey bee industry has long recognised the ideal of minimising any impact of their activities on the greater environment. The formalising of a set of national best practice guidelines for beekeeping in the Australian environment demonstrates to the…

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