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If you are considering bees as a hobby or as a sideline business, there are things you will want to
keep in mind before making that decision. Since there are many factors involved with making
money with the honeybees produce, you might want to start doing it as a hobby. There is a
significant amount of money in the start-up of beekeeping. Before investing any amount of
money in your beekeeping project, you might want contact beekeepers in your area. As a rule,
they will more than happy to share their experience with you. Most beekeepers love keeping bees
and to them it is just a "hobby", but they can give you some insight into beekeeping. Take plenty
of notes. More likely than not you will need them.
In making the decision of becoming a beekeeper, you will want to consider the safety of family,
friends, and neighbors. You wouldn't want someone to get stung that is allergic to bee stings.
The best course of action on that account is to ask your neighbors and friends, if any of them are
allergic to bees. You will also be able to find out if there might be someone who would not like
beehives so close to their proximity. You will also want to check with the county you live in.
You will want to know about any ordinances or laws prohibiting beekeeping.
You will also want to consider whether or not you have a location that would be conducive to
maintaining bees. You will also want to consider where the bees will have to fly to retrieve
nectar and pollen. Keeping plants they like close by is not a bad idea either. Since bees need
water every day, you might want to have water for them close at hand. You don't want them
visiting the neighbor's swimming pool. Here is a list of spots unacceptable to the health of the
How many months of the year will pollen and nectar will be readily available to the bees?
Will you have to feed them in order for them to survive and how much of the year?
Is there a water supply available year round for the bees? They need water every day.
You will need to consider what will be underneath the bees as they fly to get the nectar and pollen
they require. The bees will defecate as they are flying and their feces will leave spots on
everything below them. The feces can even ruin the surface of a vehicle. There are methods to
use to force the bees to fly at a higher altitude, such as.a tall fence or thick tall plants near the
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