+15 Free Beekeeping Books [PDF]

Bees are pollinators and, as such, play a fundamental role in the survival of our planet’s flora and fauna. In fact, without them we would also be in trouble, as without them we would lose up to a third of the nutrients we most need to live. That’s why we’ve created our collection of beekeeping books in PDF format, so you can research this important trade.

Beekeeping is a bastion of humanity, although many ignore it. Today, despite being a vitally important activity for the planet and bringing good economic results, it is still not desired by farmers or entrepreneurs. It is a trade that requires a lot of dedication and rigorousness, which is why our books on beekeeping can help you to learn more about it and, perhaps, interest you to the point of exploring such an interesting activity.

Beekeeping is defined as the set of procedures and techniques related to the care and breeding of bees. The main objective is to ensure that these insects reproduce and develop optimally, so that the benefits they provide can be enjoyed. Bees not only maintain the balance of life on the planet, but also produce a series of substances that can be processed and converted into products for sale.

One of the most important products obtained from bees is honey, intended for human consumption. But there is also wax, royal jelly and pollen. Beekeepers, at least most of them, learn from family members who are also dedicated to this trade and others do it in specialized schools.

Learn even more about this interesting activity with our collection of more than 15 beekeeping books in PDF format. Download them right here on your electronic devices.

Here we present our complete selection of Beekeeping books:

1) The national bee keeping training and extension manual

The african development bank and government of uganda

Source: Beekee perstraining

2) Beekeeping Manual

Brian Rowe

Source: University of New Hampshire

3) Bee keeping Training Manual

Fackson Zulu

Source: Global Hand

4) Basic Beekeeping Manual 1

Pam Gregory

Source: Bees Abroad

5) The Basics of Beekeeping

Members of Dunblane and Stirling Beekeepers’ Association

Source: Scottish Beekeepers Association

6) Organic beekeeping

Institute of Organic Agriculture

Source: Apiservices

7) Advanced Beekeeping Manual 2

Pam Gregory

Source: Bees for Babar

8) Beekeeping

Lance Gegner

Source: Western Nevada College

9) An Introduction to beekeeping

Climate Technology Centre & Network

Source: Climate Technology Centre & Network

10) Bee health and sustainable beekeeping

European Commission

Source: European Commission

11) Beekeeping

University of New Hampshire

Source: University of New Hampshire

12) Apiculture and Honey Bees

Jyoti Nivas College Autonomous

Source: Jyoti Nivas College Autonomous

13) Beekeeping Basics

Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium

Source: Denton, Texas AgriLife Extension Service

14) Apiculture

Dr. J. K. Gupta, Dr. V. V. Belavadi & Sh. Mohinder Singh

Source: Agrimoon

15) Beginner beekeeping

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

16) Economic Value of Commercial Beekeeping

Center of Urban Ecology and Sustainability

Source: Center of Urban Ecology and Sustainability

17) The importance of bees and other pollinators for food and agriculture

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

18) Beekeeping Basics

Jon Zawislak

Source: What's New on the Website

19) Honey Bees and Beekeeping

University of Georgia

Source: University of Georgia

Here ends our selection of free Beekeeping books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!

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