Before 2017 it was possible to go to a feed store and buy antibiotics to be fed to your bees. The FDA is trying to assure the safety of our food supply by minimizing antibiotic residues in foods, and…Continue
Topic: more info to come...John is the current Region 6 (our district) Manager with the FSBA (Florida State Beekeepers Association)Here are a few more pointers to get to know John:1. is a Florida Registered Beekeeper 2. is a Advanced Beekeeper in the University of Florida's Master Beekeeping program. 3. has developed and manages the Micro Apiary Program with Teresa.4. supports other beekeepers to expand and developed the MAPS Program. 5. Helps to train and developed the Florida Department of…See More
"No, I had car problem and didn't make it to the meeting. I won't be able to go to the August meeting, and not sure about September.
I might take a trip to the South Fla bee store sometime soon, if you wanted to take a look at it…"
Please your orders in advance for pick up prior to the meeting in WPB August 2nd.You may use our website for reference however do not place orders online for pick up in WPB. email@example.comSee More
Jennifer Holmes, her husband Chris, and the Holmes family, enjoy their growing Apiary and Business, Hani Honey Company, in Stuart Florida. Jennifer is a UFIFAS Master Beekeeper, UFIFAS Senior Welsh Honey Judge, current President of Florida State Beekeepers Association, and Co-Chair of Slow Food Treasure Coast. Jennifer is active as a Speaker on many Beekeeping topics, and travels world-wide to continue to learn and contribute positively to the Beekeeping Industry.Providing Honey, along with…See More
A follow up of May's meeting and workshop, "Beescaping," that will provide plants/trees for sale; Florida native trees/plants/wildflowers, a few fruit/spice trees that are bee focused, Caribbean plants/trees, and some very rare plants/trees that are hard to find. * From 5:00-6:30 on 6/7 before meeting @ Pine Jog* 15% of proceeds go towards PBCBA* Contact LXdesigns13@gmail.com for plant listSee More
Before 2017 it was possible to go to a feed store and buy antibiotics to be fed to your bees. The FDA is trying to assure the safety of our food supply by minimizing antibiotic residues in foods, and also minimize improper antibiotic use that is leading to bacterial resistance (this actually does have human health implications). The intent of the new legislation from the FDA (effective Dec 2017) was to make antibiotic use in bee colonies the responsibility of veterinarians, just as is currently…See More