WARSAW, N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative Extension Wyoming County Beekeepers is hosting “Honeybee Colony—Removal and Re-Hive at Historic Barn” on Saturday, April 20, 2019, 10:00AM, at the Artisan Villa, 140 North Main Street, Warsaw, NY 14569.
Observe as a honeybee colony is removed and re-hived in a Langstroth. Comb will be cut and placed in frames – both brood and honey. The queen will be located and placed in the hive. Participants will also see how honeybees adapt to their environment and how the comb is shaped.
*BEESUIT AND VEIL REQUIRED*
$5 per person, or $3 for enrollees – refreshments provided
Watch next month for ‘Bee Hive Thrive’ – balanced gut health for bees with Jason Engel. More info coming for discussion on May 9, 2019.
If you would like to register for this event or learn more about beekeeping, contact Debra Welch at the Ag Department, at 585-786-2251, X125, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodations for person with disabilities may be requested by contacting the CCE of Wyoming County office at (585) 786-2251 ten days prior to the event.
–Cornell University Cooperative Extension
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