Principals of Beekeeping : Honey Bee Queens

Run your own bee hive! Learn about the honey bee queen and her important role in beekeeping honey bee hives in this free beekeeping tutorial video. Expert: J…


systemaddictshock says:

if I was there and he dropped that panel…I would be half a mile away in two seconds.

halovscallofduty says:

how screwed would you be if you dropped that?

shane stoneham says:

by all means stop watching then, I found the video rather nice and informative, stop being so critical and do better if you can.

shane stoneham says:

yes but it will also mess up the continuatity of your bees survival. bees lay queen cells in case of queen failure. when you have multiple queens , they will likely hatch on different weeks, If a queen is failing they let the queen spawn and force the ailing queen to leave(aka swarm) if the queen is strong they will kill the queen cell before it hatches.

shane stoneham says:

bees rarely sting non aggressive people. working without gloves is actually a better way to not get stung. When you work with bees careful slow movement will make a bee less aggresive. Also understanding how a bee reacts will help you not get stung. guardian bees will be curious and actually land on your hood trying to see if you are there to harm or help them if they sense a threat they will sting you. its really neat.

RantVideos says:

I watched a bee carring out another bee to the grownd , and proceed to pound the shit out of it and fly back to the hive , which is inside the side of my house! I thought the bee was a huge bee until it got closer and I saw that it must of been the security 86ing a enemy combatant.

bunnyboorupe says:

this stinks 

leigon9 says:

this guys got balls doin that with sleeves rolleed up so casually…

HecstasyQ says:

sting then?

gene1318 says:

because bees dont bite.

HecstasyQ says:

how come they dont bite him

neongamer says:

Yet another blurry, bad quality ‘tutorial’ by expertvillage >.>

waltermouthoh says:

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yarrw says:

This definitely works on African yellow honeybees (scutelata) but it causes chaos in African cape black bee( capensis) colonies so what type bees have you got?

yarrw says:

In Africa we just split hives and kill the old queens because emergency queens are just as good as the normal ones and they are ready in about 15 days instead of the normal 19 or 20. The result is 2 good hives in about a month.

ometec says:

So it’s you not him.

ometec says:

Sounds pretty d@mned disrespectful to me.

shenmue15654 says:

you try and spell words correctly in his language, n yeh its a common misconseption, priincipal of a school, principles of beekeeping

jahartmanbaker says:

unfortunately the more you get stung, the chance of developing an allergic reaction to the next sting increases.

judge6754 says:

it tkes about a 150 stings to kill a grown man.
however, it you have an allergent complex, one sting may kill you if you don,t seek med help at once. or are carring the prom meds.

chardnj says:

oh boy you must be eating a lot of honeyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy hehehehe

BertieFox says:

Should be PRINCIPLES not principals of beekeeping.
Any suggestions about keeping Carniolans, as ours swarmed in April despite having a half empty brood box and lots of stores.

lesan5 says:

dude..but it stung him in the vain…btw its pointless now cause he got stung 5 fucken month ago..and you come in to late..


freedomwarrior43 says:

>>”ok a honey bee stung my little the neck?”

Nothing. N O T H I N G !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beekeepers get stung occasionally. I’ve been stung many times. NOTHING will happen. Some people believe it’s actually good for you, UNLESS you are allergic. If he were allergic, you would know it already. Peace!

flook1e says:

Not everyone is allergic to bee venom. Those who are, are allergic to the components of a sting which may bring about a type 1 hypersensitivity response by the patients immune system. This will not occur unless s/he has been previously exposed ie stung before. Once you have been stung, I would suggest anti-histamines and also, cut an onion in half and place over the lesion – it contains an enzyme which happens to break down some of the venom.

languagenut5 says:

As long as he’s not allergic to bee venom, he should be all right.  A little ice on the sting will relieve the pain.

lesan5 says:

ok a honey bee stung my little the neck?……what you think will happen to fucken worried

byronw14850 says:

that’s extremely interesting thank you

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