Melanie from zia queen bees has offered to meet with Albuquerque beeks that are interested in developing a brood sharing/mating nuc group, during the NMbeekeepers association meeting. If you are unable to make the meeting and are still interested I will post the information she provides here.See More
"I haven't had a lot of success with bees in Tijeras. With as dry as it's been the last few years it's a constant struggle to keep them from starving and I've been harvesting less than 5 pounds per hive. "
New to beekeeping, working on getting supplies , I would be thrilled to go out with others to do cut outs or relocating swarms. I'm looking into starting with my son. I am so fascinated with bees they so amazing. I look forward in learning more . I now have my first hive. I would like to give a thank you to the Hays, especially Mr. Ken Hayes for all his help and continuing help with any questions I have.
I use the following type of bee hives:
Top bar, Langstroth, Warre
My bee hives are primarily located here (ZIP code):
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I haven't had a lot of success with bees in Tijeras. With as dry as it's been the last few years it's a constant struggle to keep them from starving and I've been harvesting less than 5 pounds per hive.