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Controlling Your Varroa Mite Counts
Varroa Mites are small,
reddish-brown tick like pests that feed off the hemolymph (blood) of the bees.
The exposed wound their bites leave make the bees easily susceptible to
infections and viruses. Treatments will reduce the mite population but the real
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Brushy Mountain Bee Farm was founded in 1977. Since then we have grown and expanded into one of the largest beekeeping suppliers in the U.S. We are committed to manufacturing the highest quality equipment, providing the best service and support, and are devoted to helping hobbyist beekeepers ...
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Installing Your NUC
For those who have purchased a NUC (Nucleus Hive ) ,   you are ahead of those who started with a Package.   At the start they will have less bees than a standard 3 lb. package; however, because the queen is laying there will be brood in all stages and the N...
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The Bee Farm is going to be on A World 4 Change discussing honey bees and pollination. We hope you turn in.
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Thanks for sharing +Brushy Mountain Bee Farm! Looking forward to the show. :)
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Frames and Foundation for your Hive
As we begin prepping for the year to come, beekeepers begin purchasing frames and foundation for their hives. Beekeepers always wonder what frames will work the best for their hives and what type of foundation they need for those frames. Almost any type of ...
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm was founded in 1977. Since then we have grown and expanded into one of the largest beekeeping suppliers in the U.S. We are committed to manufacturing the highest quality equipment, providing the best service and support, and are devoted to helping hobbyist beekeepers ...
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Dealing with a Weak Hive
We are often asked by new potential beekeepers if they should start with one or two hives.  We recommend that beekeepers start with at least two hives if possible.  This is not a ploy to try to have you spend more money, but to give you the opportunity to c...
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm was founded in 1977. Since then we have grown and expanded into one of the largest beekeeping suppliers in the U.S. We are committed to manufacturing the highest quality equipment, providing the best service and support, and are devoted to helping hobbyist beekeepers ...
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Winter Prep for your Hives
Remember, now is the time your colony is
preparing for winter.  The
bees reared in September  and early  October  are the
young bees the colony needs to survive winter.  If they are not
completely healthy, they may not survive.  At this time of year you sho...
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm was founded in 1977. Since then we have grown and expanded into one of the largest beekeeping suppliers in the U.S. We are committed to manufacturing the highest quality equipment, providing the best service and support, and are devoted to helping hobbyist beekeepers ...
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Dealing with Crystallized Honey
After storing your honey for several months it now appears cloudy. Do not be alarmed, your honey has crystallized. Crystallization is not an indication of your honey worsening or deteriorating. Crystallized honey is not harmful or expired. Crystallization i...
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Replacing a Queen
In order for a colony to survive they must have a fertile queen.   A queen will be replaced in the event that something unexpected happened to her or, more commonly, the queen's fertility and pheromone will decrease as she continues to age. This act is know...
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My email: leon@benefitbee.com
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Last Days of our Earth Day Sale. Don't miss out on these great deals!
http://conta.cc/1JZpGTf
We want to help you do your part by offering you discounts on select items that will improve honey bee health along with merchandise that will show your support. Here is a Great Show that will Discuss the Benefits of these helpful Pollinators. Please listen in if you are available.
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Tonight is the beginning of our FREE Online Bee-ginner's Beekeeping Class. If you have not signed up for the first session, here is the link:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/590999958709969666
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Great information provided, my hats off to Brushy Mountain Bee Farm!!  Be sure to see the next webinar, you won't be disappointed.
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Helping Your Hives in Winter
Your hives are prepared for winter and you are ready to relax by the fire and enjoy a nice hot biscuit with some drizzled honey on top. Now that there is nothing else you can do to help your hives for winter, you deserve that break.  You have done all that ...
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm was founded in 1977. Since then we have grown and expanded into one of the largest beekeeping suppliers in the U.S. We are committed to manufacturing the highest quality equipment, providing the best service and support, and are devoted to helping hobbyist beekeepers ...
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Our catalog states that we will be closed September 26th for inventory. This is a Friday! What were we thinking? You probably have orders that need to go out or planned to travel to our retail store.

We would like to inform everyone that we will in fact be OPEN on Sept. 26th. Please give us a call or come by our store!
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610 Bethany Church Rd Moravian Falls, NC 28654
610 Bethany Church RoadUSNorth CarolinaMoravian Falls28654
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Brushy Mountain Bee Farm prides itself on providing the Best Quality, Best Service, Best Support in the beekeeping industry. For more than 30 years, we have been devoted to helping recreational beekeepers succeed.
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Dennis Gray
3 months ago
Brushy Mountain is in a very competitive business. There are lots of big names, and those other names are all terrible. Brushy Mountain Bee Farm is the BEST, no exceptions. Nobody else even comes close. There wooden gear is high quality. They are very helpful. I messed up an order and they went way out of their way to help me fix it. I have never had a back order from them and that is rare in the bee supply business. We are approaching the $10,000 mark with Brushy Mountain and we will push way past that over the years to come. I'm so glad to have a vendor that cares about us and makes the effort to earn our business.
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Jason Wettstein
2 weeks ago
been trying for some time to get Andy to contact me even calling their number they just do not reply. I cant imagine any support