Tuesday, July 16, 2019

All Your Hard Beekeeping Work And Money Can Go Down The Drain From This

We 
DavidSheri
are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee Farms and Honeybeesonline.com. 50 years ago today Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin climbed aboard Saturn V for their journey to the moon. A man on the moon use to be only a dream. We can accomplish so much when we put our mind to it. Beekeeping has come a long way in the last 50 years as well. 50 years ago we did not have mites in the US. Now we do. Mites are the number one reason colonies fail in the winter. Beekeepers often convince themselves that they do not have mites then wonder why their hives died in the winter. 

Even though we may have our minds on honey production and harvest, the next 4 months are the most crucial to keep our colonies from becoming infected with viruses spread by mites only to perish in the winter.

Over the last few months I've been working hard to produce a new resource for beekeepers explaining in detail how to combat mights. It is a new ONLINE COURSE ON MITE CONTROL. Many people pre-ordered the course several weeks ago, and it will go live later today. The price is $39 for the remainder of today but will be $59 after today. Save $20 and learn to control mites.

This course will show you how to effectively use Green Drone Comb, Oxalic Acid Vapor Treatment, Formic Acid Treatment, Powdered Sugar Dusting, Screen Bottom Boards, Breaking The Queens Brood Cycle, How To Test For Mites, How To Make Your Own Testing Jar, How To Calculate Your Findings To Determine If You Should Treat. Selecting The Appropriate Treatment Approach Based On Your Test Results.
This course was videotaped in hives to help you see how you perform mite test and appropriate approaches to control mites. This course is an ONLINE COURSE to be enjoyed on your own schedule, in the convenience of your home. You will NOT be with other online students. These are videos for you to enjoy privately, and they last forever so you can watch them when you are ready. You can pause and replay over and over. Upon completion of the included worksheet you also receive a certificate of completion. Click here to order now and began keeping healthy bees.
Click on any of our other online courses of your choice below and find out why smart beekeepers keep getting smarter. You've enjoyed your bees so much. Isn't it time you learn more!



Queens For Sale 

Queen
Is your hive queenless or does your queen have a poor laying pattern? It will not get better. Click here to get your new queen before they are unavailable for the season.  We ship UPS overnight around the US. 

Maybe you want some different genetics in your hive. Order Your Queens Today


Do You Need A Beekeeping Mentor?
The new bee season has made beekeepers so happy that they signed up for our Beekeeping Mentorship Program. They are able to call, email or text Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns any questions or concerns they have about their bees. Members are calling and asking for guidance about catching swarms, making splits, controlling mites and more. Some are seeking help in evaluating if they have a queen in their hive. Join our mentorship program today. You can join for 6 months, or join on a month to month basis.
   


Join Us For Our "Getting Your Bees Through The Winter" Class At Our Training Center Sept. 7th
You've invested so much time and money into your hives, make sure you know how to prepare your hives for winter.
Our Overwintering Workshop is a 1 day class from 1pm-6pm Central Time, Saturday September 7th at our training center. Topics discussed will be pest and disease control for fall and how that can adversely affect a hive in the winter, proper feeding of a hive to get through the winter, winter wraps, feeding systems, etc. Those attending this onsite course can also purchase our famous Winter Bee Kinds on that day, which means you can get them early!


Our family beekeeping business has been around before beekeeping was trendy. We know you have so many options. Many people prefer to support a small, family business and we appreciate the support. This is all we do to make a living, so thank you so much for your support.

Everyone Is Already Calling Wanting One Of Our Winter-Bee-Kinds
Years ago certified master beekeeper, David Burns invented the Winter-Bee-Kind, a way to feed, insulate and ventilate a winter colony for maximum survival in the harshest winter environment. It's David's formula that is so unique that allows the bees to consume the nutrients they need to survive winter. 
How Can You Get One?
Our Winter Bee Kinds will go on sale August 1st, in 16 days!!
This means that those who order first will be first to receive their order when we start shipping in November. You MUST order early. Have you finger on your enter button at 12:01 a.m. August 1st.
Our customers are so pleased and can't believe they come out of winter with huge, healthy colonies. We make these for 10 frame hives, 8 frame hives and 5 frame nuc hives. They come with a refill recipe. 
If you click on the link now, it says SOLD OUT, but as of 12:01 August 1st, it will say ADD TO CART. 


The Dearth Has Hit Many Places 
A dearth means the major source of nectar and pollen has dramatically decreased for bees and they are starting to rely on stored pollen and honey in the hive. Sadly, some colonies can consume all of their winter stores even before winter begins. Do not let this happen. As soon as you see signs of a dearth, begin feeding your bees with our Burns Bees Feeding System. We recommend 1:1 sugar in late summer and fall to stimulate laying of bees of winter physiology. Also, add 1 teaspoon of our protein powder to 1 quart of 1:1 sugar water to give the bees the protein they need to produce royal jelly to feed your developing larvae.  

 
We are glad you are keeping bees. Thank you for supporting our family business for all your beekeeping needs.
Sincerely,
David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
217-427-2678
Our Summer Hours 10am-2pm Central Time Tues-Sat.
www.honeybeesonline.com

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Happy 4th of July! Let's Celebrate With A $17.76 Sale

1776 =$17.76 Sale On Most Of Our Online Courses Through July 7th

Here we are when our country turned 200 years old. Since America was founded in 1776 we'd like to wish you all a very happy 4th of July. To make this an even more special occasion we are pleased to announce we are offering $17.76 off most of our online courses. This offer is good now through July 7th for the following online courses:

Regularly $269 - $17.76 Now Only $251.24
-Regularly $59 -$17.76 Now Only $41.24
-Regularly $59 -$17.76 Now Only $41.24
-Regularly $59 -$17.76 Now Only $41.24
-Regularly $159 -$17.76 Now Only $141.24
-Regularly $69 -$17.76 Now Only $51.24


Go Ahead, Ask David Anything
Enjoy being mentored by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns.

You will be able to email, text, or phone in your questions and speak directly to David. Receive newsletters, videos and podcasts straight to your inbox. Send him pictures, videos or call him when you have a beekeeping question.

Sure YouTube videos may address many questions, but can you always trust the answer? It takes time searching for answers online or in books. Why not just ask David because your bees need your help now!

David is now accepting additional members, click here to join today.

David & Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
www.honeybeesonline.com
Fairmount, Illinois
217-427-2678

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

5 Reasons Why Your Bees May Be Lagging Behind And What To Do About It

We are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee
Farms and honeybeesonline.com. I just made a NEW ONLINE COURSE, "How To Control Varroa Mites." 

We all know that varroa mites are the main reason most colonies fail. Mites transfer deadly viruses throughout the colony by going after the fat bodies and blood of bees. The bite from this parasite quickly spreads viruses that will eventually weaken and kill your bees. This is one of the fastest spreading parasites in the world. If you ignore mites, or believe you do not have a mite problem, you are wrong. There is so much chatter and misinformation out there about dealing with mites that I've put together a concise, to the point, short course to equip beekeepers with easy to watch and understand videos on how to test and combat mites.  Time to cut to the chase and learn specifically how to stop losing colonies due to the varroa destructor mite. Once you make your pre-order purchase you will be sent an e-mail around July 15th containing the video links to my specific videos for this course and a worksheet to help you take notes while watching the video if you choose.
What to expect from this online "Mite Control Course."
Several "how to" video presentations on various control methods such as:
- Green Drone Comb
- Oxalic Acid Vapor Treatment
- Formic Acid Treatment
- Powdered Sugar Dusting
- Screen Bottom Boards
- Breaking the Queens Brood Cycle
How To Test For Mites
-       Video presentation on how to perform a mite test.
-       How to calculate your findings to determine if you should treat.
-       Selecting the appropriate treatment approach based on your test results.




Mite Control Course
5 Reasons Your Bees May Be Lagging Behind And What To Do About It.

It's not fun to be worried about your bees. If you have more than one hive, maybe one is not keeping up with the other. Or if you just have one hive, maybe you are seeing less and less bees. In fact, even though they should be in 2 deeps with a honey super by now, why are they are still only in one deep. Uh oh!

What are some reasons why bees lag behind? Will they build up before winter, which is only in 179 days?

1. Queen Issue
Usually a queen issue is the number one reason a colony may be lagging behind. If the queen has been replaced by the colony there was a 30 day delay in eggs being laid by a queen so their population is down drastically. Always monitor your queen every two weeks and buy a new queen the moment you see your queen is gone or failing. We have queens available that can be at your house by July 3rd. Click here now before they sell out.

2. Poor Weather
Bees will lag behind when rainy weather delays the number of days they can fly and forage for resources. They need to be able to fly daily to bring in food for their colony to grow. The only thing we can do during inclement weather is to feed bees. If a colony is not on every frame in the deep boxes then continue to feed 1:1 sugar water and add one teaspoon of our pollen powder  your sugar water along with honey-bee-healthy.
While it may be too late to start a colony, we are still selling nucs if you need to strengthen a weak colony. Call and secure your nuc 217-427-2678 during our business hours below.

3. Varroa Mites
When a colony is infested with varroa mites they can quickly become sickened by viruses and die early, greatly reducing their numbers. Continue to test for varroa mites every 30 days and calculate those numbers and select one of the proven methods which will reduce mites. If you assume you do not have mites then your colony will eventually fail due to these viruses. Consider taking our NEW Mite Control Course.

4. Pests and Diseases
It is nearly impossible for new beginners to fully grasp the many pests and diseases which threatens colonies on a daily
basis. Usually new beginners bury their heads in the sand and convince themselves that all is well or if it is not, that it will get better. Nothing could be farther from the truth. If something is threatening your bees, you must act quickly before it is too late. Small hive beetles, wax moths, ants and robber bees can quickly weaken or destroy your colony. And, being able to identify American or European foulbrood, chalk brood and other brood diseases can give a new beginner the edge they need to quickly assess and remedy a bad disease. 

5. Time & Energy
Beekeeping requires a certain level of time and energy to do it correctly. Sometimes life happens and we cannot sacrifice any time to do what is necessary to keep our bees strong and healthy. In these situations, it is understandable. However, even a few minutes a week can greatly improve the overall health of our bees. Make time, no matter how small at first, to invest in your bees. 

Consider taking our New Beginners Bundle Course. Knowing what beekeepers wrestle with the most I put together three classes that will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to be much more successful in your beekeeping endeavors. 
This bundle is for 3 of my top courses:
1. Basic Beekeeping
2. A Day In The Apiary
3. Getting Your Bees Through The Winter
These three courses will give you the information you need to be successful. The basic course will ground you in the fundamentals.  The Day In The Apiary will show you what to do out in the bee yard. Getting Your Bees Through The Winter will help you prepare your bees for winter.  Save money when purchasing these courses as a bundle. When you order this course you will receive an email with the video links that you can watch in private, on your schedule, on most devices. Still not convinced? Read testimonials from some of our students by clicking here.

We Have Queens Available. Click Here

Fall is only 89 days away. During fall your bees will need fed. To survive winter, you need lots of bees of winter physiology. Bees in the summer only live around 40 days. Winter bees, those raised in the fall, will live 6 months. If you fail to feed at the right time your colony may not raise the number of winter bees needed to survive the winter. Plan ahead and get your feeding systems in advance. I started feeding as soon as the nectar flow stops here in Illinois which for me is around August 1st. 


Hot Weather Is Good For Bees Up To A Point
Bees can keep their colony cool by bringing in water and using it as evaporative cooling. They carry it in their honey crop instead of nectar. On really hot days, when temperatures reach into the high 90s (f) bees often reduce nectar foraging and forage for water instead. Bees can run one gallon of water through their colony in one day to keep it cool. 

You can help your bees on hot days by keeping water around on your property. There is no need to put it next to the hive. Instead, place it in your apiary in something like a bird bath with small wooden sticks so bees do not drown. 

Consider ways to give your hives some shade on really hot days. Place a large piece of cardboard near or on top of the hive for shade in the middle of the day.

Elevate the back of the top cover to help bees ventilate and pull the hot air from inside the hive. A small popsicle stick will do the trick just below the top cover.

Beekeeping Classes                  Beekeeping Mentorship

Sheri and I work hard to provide packages, nucs, queens, equipment and classes for the beekeeping community. We pride ourselves in meeting the needs of our customers. We appreciate your business.
Sincerely,
David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
217-427-2678

New 2019 Hours:
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am - 2:00pm
Wednesday 10am - 2:00pm
Thursday 10am - 2:00pm
Friday 10am - 2:00pm
Saturday 10 -2:00pm

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

10 Summer Beekeeping Tips

We are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee
Farms and honeybeesonline.com. I am working hard coaching  200 beekeepers across the nation. They email, call and text me for issues or worries they have about their bees. I'm also working hard to produce video just for them and to write informative articles. We have a few open spots if you are interested, just click here.

Dutch white clover (Trifolium repens) is loved by honey bees.
Sometimes people try to plant specific plants around their home to help bees have an abundance nectar source. Honey bees will go to areas where there is a large amount of flowers such as white clover. A few plants around your home will attract a few of your very young bees learning to fly, but the true foraging team is out to bring in the mother load of nectar and will likely fly over what you plant. 

In my video today (link provided below)I'll examine several common floral sources around most homes. In my video I will also tell you about a poisonous plant around your home that you may not realize. But just remember your bees will fly over most of what you plant and find a field of dutch clover.

If you are like me, you cannot bring yourself to mow down the most loved flower by honey bees, dutch yard clover. When you mow down your clover you are destroying the main floral source honey bees rely on in the summer. To help your yard look purposeful rather than deserted try mowing around the edges of clover patches so it looks organized. 

It doesn't matter what you plant if you are lacking the beekeeping knowledge to maintain a healthy hive. False information, assumptions and bad advice is causing many beekeepers to lose their colonies. Many books cover broad topics but may not focus on specific issues you will face as a beekeeper. 

Consider taking our New Beginners Bundle Course. Knowing what beekeepers wrestle with the most I put together three classes that will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to be much more successful in your beekeeping endeavors. 
This bundle is for 3 of my top courses:
1. Basic Beekeeping
2. A Day In The Apiary
3. Getting Your Bees Through The Winter
These three courses will give you the information you need to be successful. The basic course will ground you in the fundamentals.  The Day In The Apiary will show you what to do out in the bee yard. Getting Your Bees Through The Winter will help you prepare your bees for winter.  Save money when purchasing these courses as a bundle. When you order this course you will receive an email with the video links that you can watch in private, on your schedule, on most devices. Still not convinced? Read testimonials from some of our students by clicking here.

We Have Queens Available. Click Here

Here Is Our Brand New Beekeeping Video. In this video David looks at flowers bees like and he follows a small hive that is attempting to replace their queen. Watch this hive over six weeks to see if they will kill their queen or keep her. Click on the play button below. 

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL AND GIVE US A THUMBS UP.



Be Prepared To Feed Your Bees This Fall
This fall your bees will need fed. To survive winter, you need lots of bees of winter physiology. Bees in the summer only live around 40 days. Winter bees, those raised in the fall, will live 6 months. If you fail to feed at the right time your colony may not raise the number of winter bees needed to survive the winter. Plan ahead and get your feeding systems in advance. I started feeding as soon as the nectar flow stops here in Illinois which for me is around August 1st. 

Three Essential Beekeeping Tips:
1. Check and control mites. Perform a mite test every 30 days and use Green Drone Comb, powdered sugar dustings, screen bottom board and breaking the queen's brood cycle to control mites.
2. Give your colony room to expand. When 5 frames are drawn out in a box, add another box.
3. Slide the entrance reducer to allow 1/2 of the entrance to be open to aid flights in and out.
4. Do not harvest honey unless it is capped over. Harvesting frames that are not fully capped may result in fermentation of your bottled honey giving it a nasty vinegar taste over time. Your customers or friends will not be happy.
5. Make sure you have supers on hand now in case you need to add additional supers. Always have one they are working on and an empty one they can go into. Otherwise, you might miss capturing the honey flow.
6. Control Small Hive Beetles with beetle traps. Otherwise, beetles can slime and ruin your honey supers and cause your hive to abscond.
7. Do not split your hives now. It is too late in the season.
8. Only feed from the top, not the entrance. As the season progresses entrance feeders can increase the chance of your hive being robbed and killed. Only feed from the top.
9. Purchase your harvesting equipment now. Knives, buckets, strainers etc.
10. Be prepared for your bees to become slightly more defensive the larger they become and the hotter it gets. Fall colonies are much more difficult to work than smaller, spring colonies.


Beekeeping Classes                  Beekeeping Mentorship

Sheri and I work hard to provide packages, nucs, queens, equipment and classes for the beekeeping community. We pride ourselves in meeting the needs of our customers. We appreciate your business.
Sincerely,
David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
217-427-2678

New 2019 Hours:
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am - 2:00pm
Wednesday 10am - 2:00pm
Thursday 10am - 2:00pm
Friday 10am - 2:00pm
Saturday 10 -2:00pm





Tuesday, May 28, 2019

We Have Nucs For Sale - Troubleshooting Queen Issues

We are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee Farms and Honeybeesonline.com. We have 5 frame nucs of bees and queen available for a limited time this week ONLY! Call our office today or tomorrow or click here to order online. These are nucleus of 5 frames of bees from overwintered colonies here in Illinois. The queen is mate, and laying in these nucs. They are for local Pick Up at Long Lane Honey Bee Farms, near Fairmount, Illinois. We only have a limited number, so they will go very fast. Call now! 217-427-2678. Our office hours are 10am-2pm Tuesday through Saturday, central time.

Some Of You Are Getting Started Brand New!! Watch My Videos Below:





Troubleshooting Queen Issues

A strong, healthy queen will be laying a generous amount of eggs each day. You should see lots of eggs, larvae and capped brood on 3-4 frames. If not, look for the queen. Is she in the hive? If not, look for queen cups or cells. Are they raising a new queen? If so, let them raise the new queen. Or purchase a new one but remove any queen cells before installing her. Always keep a strong laying queen in your hive at all time. Do not let a poor queen go unnoticed. 

The Ultimate Beekeeping Course
This is all of our ONLINE BEEKEEPING COURSES COMBINED 

These are video courses taught by EAS Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns:

- BEGINNING BEEKEEPING
- SPRING: SURVIVAL, SUPERING, SWARMS & SPLITS
- ADVANCE BEEKEEPING
- QUEEN REARING FOR FUN OR PROFIT
- DAY IN THE APIARY
- WINTER: GETTING BEES THROUGH THE WINTER


Making Spring Splits
Join Me In The Hive. Let's Get To Work! 


Please subscribe to my beekeeping YouTube channel. I've been on YouTube producing Beekeeping videos since 2008! At the bottom right of each video you can subscribe. We are at 19,600 subscribers with over 3 Million Views!!  Be one of the next 400 to subscribe to our channel to help us reach 20,000. It's free and notifies you when we produce another great video. Thank you!

Your Bees May Do Some Strange Things. What Will You Do?
Knowing what to do and when is the tricky part of beekeeping. Let me be your mentor. I have a special mentorship program called BeeTeam6 where you can call, email or text me concerns or questions you are having about your bees. Plus you receive a weekly tip and a weekly instructional beekeeping video. Even if you are not keeping bees yet, this is perfect to help you gain the education you need before you start. Or if you are starting this year, why not have the extra peace of mind by having someone you can consult. 
 
I'm glad you are keeping bees or thinking about it. Thank you for supporting our family business for all your beekeeping needs.

Sincerely,

David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms

Monday, May 20, 2019

Our Queens Are Available Starting Tomorrow

We 
DavidSheri
are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee Farms and Honeybeesonline.com. Life is made better with bees. Beekeeping is so enjoyable, entertaining and soothing. UNLESS! Unless you thought you knew what you needed to know before your bees arrived, but now you realize you have so many unanswered questions.

Wait! Don't freak out just yet. Pour a cup of tea or coffee, get
cozy on your couch and choose one of our ONLINE BEEKEEPING COURSES. From the comfort of your home you can get the answers you need to calm your worries and get on the right track with your new bees. Our courses are NOT Webinars and they are NOT timed classes with other students. Our courses are links to David's course videos that you can watch all at once OR pause, rewind and watch over and over as long as you want. 

Click on the courses of your choice below and find out why smart beekeepers keep getting smarter.



Queens For Sale
Going Live Tomorrow (May 21st) at 10:00 a.m. 

Queen
We are ready for another year of great, quality queens raised here in Illinois. We will begin taking orders on May 21st at 10 a.m. and if all goes well we will start shipping on Monday June 3rd. Click here to go to our queen page. Now it says "Sold Out" but at 10am on May 21st you can add your queens to your cart. Keep an eye on this page because we will place our quantity available each Monday and as soon as it reaches that quantity for the week, you will have to wait until the follow week to order. We ship UPS overnight around the US.

We 
DavidSheri
are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee Farms and Honeybeesonline.com. Life is made better with bees. Beekeeping is so enjoyable, entertaining and soothing. UNLESS! Unless you thought you knew what you needed to know before your bees arrived, but now you realize you have so many unanswered questions.

Wait! Don't freak out just yet. Pour a cup of tea or coffee, get
cozy on your couch and choose one of our ONLINE BEEKEEPING COURSES. From the comfort of your home you can get the answers you need to calm your worries and get on the right track with your new bees. Our courses are NOT Webinars and they are NOT timed classes with other students. Our courses are links to David's course videos that you can watch all at once OR pause, rewind and watch over and over as long as you want. 

Click on the courses of your choice below and find out why smart beekeepers keep getting smarter.



The new bee season has made beekeepers so happy that they signed up for our Beekeeping Mentorship Program. They are able to call, email or text Certified Master Beekeeper, David Burns any questions or concerns they have about their bees. Members are calling and asking for guidance about catching swarms, making splits, controlling mites and more. Some are seeking help in evaluating if they have a queen in their hive. Join our mentorship program today. You can join for 6 months, or join on a month to month basis.
   


Don't Be Caught Off Guard. When Your Hive Swarms, Have A Hive To Put Them In.
Our hives are made here in Illinois, Amish built. 

CLICK HERE AND BE PREPARED!

Our family beekeeping business has been around before beekeeping was trendy. We know you have so many options. Many people prefer to support a small, family business and we appreciate the support.

Take a look at our work horse of a hive! Comes with 2 deeps and 1 honey super. All include wooden frames with beeswax coated foundation. Also includes an inner cover, top cover and a screen bottom board. Fully Assembled and Painted!

These hives are built right here in Central Illinois. We are a small American business with an EAS certified Master Beekeeper to help answer your questions.

Please Bring Us Your Empty Package Cages
Our cages are plastic so that we can reuse them each year. Next time you visit us, we would appreciate receiving back empty bee buses. Please DO NOT BRING ANY WOODEN CAGES.


1. Basic Beekeeping
2. A Day In The Apiary
3. Getting Your Bees Through The Winter
 

Spend The Morning With David Inspecting And Learning The Art Of Working Hives       
Saturday June 29th
A Day in the Apiary Workshop is a 1 day class from 8:30am-11am Central time. Held almost exclusively in the bee yard with an emphasis on inspections, being able to identify the queen/drone/workers and the ability to identify problems, diseases or pests in the hive. Participants must wear appropriate protective clothing in the yard. Even if you are superman, you are required to wear long pants, closed toe shoes and hat with veil (or beekeeping jacket/suit). In case of rain, the class still meets in the Training Center and you will be given a date to come back for the outside portion of the class. 

David Is Selling A Toy To Buy A Different Toy
(It's a guy thing)
David is selling his S70 Bobcat Skid Steer. It's a 2015 model with only 100 hours. Comes with forks, bucket, snow/rock plow and narrow and wide tires on rims. Heated cab, diesel kubota engine. If you are interested call the office during business hours 217-427-2678. Tues-Sat. 10am-2pm Central Time.




We are glad you are keeping bees. Thank you for supporting our family business for all your beekeeping needs.
Sincerely,
David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
217-427-2678
Our New Spring/Summer Hours 10am-2pm Central Time Tues-Sat.
www.honeybeesonline.com