Beekeepers Helping Beekeepers

Anyone, experienced or novice, that would like assistance working their bees can contact any of the following Baldwin Beekeeper Association members.  These members have volunteered and are ready and willing to help you with your hives.

Daryl Pichoff  251-233-9485

Amy and John Gohres 251-625-1270

Philip Webb 251-404-9505

Gene Hinton 251-580-5188

Roy Hyde 251-751-8003

Chip Bryars 251-845-0336

Roger Bemis 251-213-0168

Bryan Jarvis 251-752-9359

Leslie Lomers 251-751-6095

 

One Response to Beekeepers Helping Beekeepers

  • John Carlton says:

    NewBee Question – I hived a 3# package in a top bar on Sunday (5/26) – checked on things yesterday (5/29) and unfortunately I broke off most of the comb they had built on one bar (only contained a few small pollen deposits) and queen was still in cage – candy plug appeared mostly eaten. I guess 3 days was too early to check. I removed the broken comb. How long do I wait before I intervene again and check on and free the queen if she is still trapped?

    John

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Upcoming Events

October 4th - Honeybee Festival in Honeybee Park Robertsdale October 6th - Regular Monthly Meeting - Start thinking about you package and NUC needs for the spring. November 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 - Beginning Beekeeping Class at Robertsdale Fire Dept. 6 to 9 PM with Sat morning in bee yard November 10th - Regular Monthly Meeting, Nomination and election of officers for 2015. We will be taking orders and payments for bees for next year. February 7, 2015 - ACES Beekeeping Symposium at the Clanton Conference and Performing Arts Center.

Board Members

President ~ Daryl Pichoff

Vice President ~Brian Dunn

Secretary/Treasurer ~Daryll Dooley