Thursday, July 25, 2019

Watch Our Newest Beekeeping Video

We invented and proudly produce the Winter-Bee-Kind winter feeding system and they GO ON SALE IN 7 DAYS.
We are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee Farms and August 1st is an exciting day!

Winter-Bee-Kinds For Sale Aug. 1st For November Shipping

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 during the winter. David's proprietary formula is uniquely designed to allow winter bees to consume the perfect balance of nutrients they need to survive winter.
 
How Can You Get One?
Our Winter Bee Kinds will go on sale August 1st, in 7 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 and 8 frame hives and 5 frame nucs. 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. 


SAVE $20
August 1st Only 
ON OUR ONLINE COURSE
"GETTING YOUR BEES THROUGH THE WINTER" 
NORMALLY $59, 1 Day Only $39, August 1st


Why did 40% of colonies perish in the US last winter. Will your hives be part of next winter's statistics?  

It is easy to assume all is well during the summer and fall with our bees. Watching them fly in and out can be misleading.
Many beekeepers observe "lots of bees" flying in and out and assume all is well. However, the bees flying in and out in the summer and early fall have a short life span of about 45 days. For your colony to survive the winter you must carefully manage, control and achieve certain goals and results now in late summer and fall. To achieve a strong survival rate of honey bees we must send healthy bees into the long months of winter along with food. But, these honey bees cannot make it unless they are bees that are of winter physiology. Your summer and early fall bees will likely only live two months at most while winter bees live 4-6 months.


Click on David's newest YouTube video as he opens up his largest hive ever. Learn the art of removing supers full of honey. Thank you for supporting our Beekeeping YouTube Channel. We now have over 21,000 subscribers. Please be sure to subscribe and give us a thumbs up!



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

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