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Beekeepers code of conduct

BEEKEEPERS CODE OF CONDUCT All Beekeepers should be aware of the beekeeper’s code of conduct and make every effort to adhere to the guidelines. 1. To site my hives and apiaries away from places frequented by the public where they

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Looking for an apiary site or pollinating bees?

Are you a beekeeper looking for an apiary site or a farmer looking for bees for pollination or a company with room for beehives looking to fulfill your greening requirements. FIBKA met with the grain growers etc where some of

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Apimondia Newsletter

You can download the Apimondia Newsletter 10 that includes an appreciation of the late Philip McCabe. Also available is the Apimondia full statement on Honey Fraud.

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Full Spring lecture series schedule

The full CCBKA Spring lecture series schedule is now listed on our events page

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CCBKA Spring Lectures to include Mike Palmer

As part of its Spring lecture series CCBKA will have as a guest lecturer Mike Palmer from the US on March 9th and 10th 2019 at UCC. See details and booking at our CCBKA Spring Series booking

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