Monday, November 25, 2019

A Hive Fell Over

We are David and Sheri Burns from Long Lane Honey Bee
Farms and Happy Thanksgiving week! We've made a new video for you to enjoy over the Holidays and it includes David standing up a hive that fell over. This video also includes fall and winter feeding tips, helping out a feral (wild) hive in a tree and more. Check it out below.

Coming up this Friday (Black Friday) through Monday December 2 ALL ONLINE COURSES 50% Off. For example:

Ultimate Beekeeping Course Includes:


Only $134.00 (Reg $269) Starting Friday- Monday.
We are now able to ship out orders within a few days. Many customers have told us they have tried to make their own, but the bees do not eat them as well as our Winter-Bee-Kinds. Now we are selling our ingredient to help your bees consume the nutrition they need in the winter. When you buy our winter-bee-kind it comes with our unique recipe and instructions on how to refill the boards yourself. 

Look At Our New Options Below:

We h 
ave always provided the recipe with each order so you can refill your winter-bee-kinds. Over the years many beekeepers wanted to use the same ingredients that David has proven and tested.

We now sell the propriety three key ingredients which refills up to 5 winter-bee-kinds. 

Watch My Newest YouTube Video
  Just Uploaded Today 
A Hive Fell Over & Fall/Winter Feeding
And More

When a hive falls over how do you fix it? Find out in this video and learn how to make fall inspections much easier by baiting the foragers to a community feeding station. Also, David is trying to help a feral hive make it through the winter.

Thank you for your interest in our online Beekeeping courses. On black Friday weekend we will offer all of our online courses for 50% off regular price. Be sure and set a reminder to check out these courses on November 29th-December 1st.

2020 Hive Kit Includes Our 3 lb Package of Bees & Mated Queen
Makes A Great Christmas Gift

We are glad you are keeping bees or thinking about it for 2020. Do not believe everything you hear about beekeeping. Folklore, myths, speculations and just made up stuff leads many new beekeepers to make horrible mistakes and losing their bees. Thank you for supporting EAS Certified Master Beekeeper David Burns and his family business for all your educational needs.

Our current seasonal hours (Tip: Always check our website for current hours!) We are on Central Time here in Illinois.

Online Store Phone Support 217-427-2678:
Tuesday & Wed from 10am-2pm
Thur & Fri from 10am-4pm

Physical Store & Training Center near Fairmount, Illinois is open to the public:
Thur & Fri from 10am-4pm
Other times by appointment
Please call ahead to order products for pick up, to check stock and availability. Also, please allow us time to get an order ready for you.

David and Sheri Burns
Long Lane Honey Bee Farms
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