Bee keeping by paul

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Kingdom bee keepers

I have always been a wildlife enthusiast, last week i got the opportunity to go visit a bee hive in knocknagoshel. As it is too cold at this time of year there is no honey production going on at the moment, so i got to see one of the hives being assembled and explained to me what each part was for and what happened in each compartment. I found this extremely interesting and a lot more complicated than i had previously imagined.
Just talking to Seamus his passion for the bees and the life cycle of the bees and their life in the hives was far beyond any nature documentary i have ever seen on the bee. I am looking forward to the summer where i will be suited and booted to collect some honey and see the final product in action i think will be very interesting, i am also looking forward to trying honey straight from the comb, now i had some already but i was crystallised and it’s far tastier than any shop bought honey I have ever tried.
There are several bee keeping clubs in the county and more producers, Inthe county than i previously imagined. Please like and share their page on Facebook @Thekingdombeekeepers
You can follow this story on our own Facebook @traleeculinarygangsters.com you can follow me directly on Twitter and Instagram @chefpaulc 
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