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Hi my name is parminder.. I want to learn about bee keeping.. I have done begginers bee keeper taining in india but it is bit differnt than nz...

 

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@Parminder we don't allow you to ask for work until you have 10 posts, so we've tweaked the message a bit because you mentioned learning.
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I have done begginers bee keeper taining in india

Hi Parminder, welcome to the forum.

Tell us more about the training in India.

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Yes i have done training in punab agriculture university

 

It was 15 days training

 

And i they teach us about swarming, diseases to bees, about how ti keep bees protected in cold temperatures

 

Moreover i also learn about how to make new queens,

 

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@Parminder we don't allow you to ask for work until you have 10 posts, so we've tweaked the message a bit because you mentioned learning.

Than can i please ask for volunteer taining

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Can anybody suggest me what is correct tine to start beekeeping

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Hi can anyone please give me suggestion about hive box price,(bee price) and other stuff? I am in te puke

 

And also about correct loaction for beekeeping

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About now is good if you are buying a nucleus hive from a bee breeder. Swarm season is a few weeks away, it's a good way to get free and rip roaring bees but needs a bit of knowledge and nerve the first time. Good thing to go swarm collecting with an experienced bee keeper. Good luck.

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Than can i please ask for volunteer taining

Yes you can:)

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I'd go with @neil miller s answer. Swarming season starts soon. Enough time to buy your gear, suit, hive tool, smoker and join a Bee Club. Get a bee-buddy! (y)

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Hi.. Are u working in vay of plenty area

 

 

Yes you can:)

R u working in bay of plenty area?

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R u working in bay of plenty area?

No, sorry I am a hobby beekeeper. Best wishes though

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