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The Barefoot Beekeeper (Anglais) Broché – 30 juillet 2010

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easiest way to become a bee keeper 2 juin 2010
Par J. Segers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you have ever wondered if you could raise bees, this is the book for you. With P.J. Chandler's method there is no box to purchase, special equipment to find, or special talent to develop. In the book, Mr. Chandler explains bees and how they live in their natural setting. Next he describes a top bar bee hive that is simple to build, and easy to maintain. There are links to web sites with more information including detailed plans for hive construction. There are clear explanations of where to get the bees, how to get them into the hive, and how to control swarming so you keep as many bees as possible. With the top bar hive, there are no parts to store and no special forms to purchase each year. While I am sure there is enough information on bees to fill many volumes requiring many years of study to fully master the craft of beekeeping, this book provides enough of the basics to start a functioning hive. The hive will not produce as much honey as you could get from other hive designs, but if you want to have bees primarily to pollenate your plants and get some honey as a side product, Mr. Chandler makes it easy to do and fun to learn. I have built the hive and I am waiting for the bees. Please take note that you need the hive ready in January (In the southeast US) and order the bees in November or December for January through March delivery. Other locations will have other times. I just missed this year, So check the calendar or another bee keeper in your area before you decide to charge ahead. Overall, the book is fun to read, and well worth the price as an introduction to beekeeping even if you don't plan on constructing the top bar hive itself.

- Jerry
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An alternative to the industrial mentality and approach 4 mars 2014
Par Neologian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Whatever else might be involved we know at least this much. The standard and nearly ubiquitous practices of commercially oriented intensive honey farmers are part of a system that has brought things to their present condition. An insect that has survived and thrived for tens of millions of years has faltered in less than 50 years under the pressures created by factory farming and the apiary equivalent of "feedlot" management practices.

Chandler, to his credit, asks why and how that has come to be and has taken the time to reevaluate the view of the honeybee (and their hive products) as commodity to be intensively farmed on an industrial scale. Rather than teaching new backyard beekeepers to ape the methods used by commercially oriented intensive honey farmers, it suggests a new view and a new approach that at least avoids the pitfall of performing all the same motions while expecting different results.

Is top-bar organic small cell beekeeping the ultimate solution to the present problem? Unlikely given the multiple factors involved....but at the very least it points the way to a new ethos and new management practices that break the cycle of at least one of those factors and for that I give it 5 stars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It's the Bees Knees! 19 mars 2012
Par spatin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am very happy with Philip Chandler's book on Beekeeping. It takes you from the reason why using a top bar hive is superior and more natural for beekeeping to a detailed discussion about building your own TBH from basic materials you may have laying around. He goes into how to install a swarm or a nucleus bee colony and how to feed them and take care of them so they can reward you with the freshest and most delicious honey you ever had. If you are interested in getting into beekeeping this is definitely a good book to get. Chandler's style is straightforward and to the point. We are building our TBH this season and may report later about the results. Also go to backyardhive.com and get the video from that site, well worth the $20 US.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Compelling, readable 10 mai 2009
Par Bill Ross - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am new to bees and am grateful to own this book. I bought a different book on organic beekeeping before this one and was put off as it expected one to already know everything about beekeeping using regular commercial methods, and largely just advocated over and over avoiding using pesticides. I was bored to tears. It would have probably been a great read for someone steeped in traditional beekeeping methods.

For most, beekeeping is about getting more and more honey.

This book points out the plight of the bee, lays the blame squarely at the feet of modern commercial beekeeping (and shows why), advocates "listening to the bees" and show how to keep bees in a very sustainable way - a way that helps the bees get their lives back.

The book is not in any way boring (I have a low threshold for boredom).

Kudos, 5 stars, way up.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 2 décembre 2012
Par Sarwiz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A must have for those wanting to break away from traditional "control freak" beekeeping. Goes into reasons why the bees should be allowed to create their own hive construction for better survival for them. A MUST READ for beekeepers
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