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The Bee Farmers' Association is the voice of professional beekeeping in the UK.
The Bee Farmers' Association is the voice of professional beekeeping in the UK.

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£200 million boost for rural England - GOV.UK
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“Michel Roux Jr. meets Bermondsey Street Bees - The Film”
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The Bee Farmers' Association (BFA) has just published Volume 3, Issue 2 of its journal - Bee Farmer - which will be received by its members and subscribers sometime in the next few days. Highlights include: Virosolutions - a new virus screening service for beekeepers and bee farmers, by Declan Schroeder; Part 2 of a case study of bee farmer David Wainwright, by Ian Wallace; Engineered Waxes, by Gavin Dooley, Remet UK; Foulbrood in Scotland, by Murray McGregor. There is also coverage of the recent 'Bees in Business' event held in London, news and lots more. Bee Farmer is available on subscription with UK, European and overseas rates. See www.beefarmers.co.uk for details.
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The Bee Farmers' Association will be at Bee Tradex this weekend. If you are interested in commercial beekeeping, why not drop by the stand to find out about Bee Farmer magazine or joining the association. Representatives look forward to seeing you there.
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Hear BFA members Peter Jenkins and Richard Jones, along with others, discussing the honey industry in Wales.

Bees and Beekeeping, Country Focus - BBC Radio Wales http://buff.ly/2lH9Rev
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A radio interview with BFA corporate sponsor, Simon Cavill, from the Hampshire company Bee Good.
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A great film of commercial honey harvesting featuring Imkerei Heiser, which members of the BFA visited earlier this year on its trade visit to Germany. Von der Blüte bis ins Glas
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The lack of Scottish bee farmers makes the taste of honey a rare and expensive commodity http://buff.ly/2eQ4Z26
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Asian hornet identified in Gloucestershire - Press releases
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Young people in the UK can now apply to be an apprentice bee farmer
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