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In conjunction with the Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders Association (BIBBA) the Lancashire and North West BKA and Cheshire BKA will be holding “Bee Improvement for All” days. These are two of a number that BIBBA will be staging throughout the country ...byNumber of Views: 236
BIBBA was founded in 1964, by Beowulf Cooper and others, for the conservation, restoration, study, selection and improvement of the native and near-native honey bees of Britain and Ireland (Apis mellifera mellifera).
Membership of BIBBA is open to those who are interested in producing high quality native and near-native honey bees.
BIBBA is registered with the Charity Commissioners in the UK (Reg No. 273827).byPublished on 18th October 2013 12:39 AM
BIBBA (Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association) are pleased to announce their 50th Anniversary Conference in collaboration with SICAMM (Societas Internationalis ...byPublished on 14th September 2013 12:00 PM Number of Views: 399
- Bee Breeding Techniques
"Bee Improvement for All"
A day learning how to improve your bees
“Bee Improvement for All” will be of interest to all beekeepers. The day will cover a number of topics including temper, quietness on the combs and suitability to the locality.
The queen’s characteristics are ...byPublished on 29th March 2013 05:05 PM
Bee Improvement and Conservation is published by The Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association (BIBBA), founded in 1964 for the conservation, restoration, study, selection and improvement of native and near-native honey bees of Britain and Ireland. ...byPublished on 10th February 2013 04:51 PM
About the Local Queen Programme
The purpose of the Local Queen Programme is to help and encourage all beekeepers to raise their own queens and think about some selection criteria that should help them improve their bees, as well as their suitability for their own area, rather than rely on purchased queens that may not. As many beekeepers have only a few colonies it is hoped that local Beekeeping Associations will make it easier for them by providing facilities and opportunities either in their own teaching apiaries, or encourage members to work together in groups.
The Local Queen Programme ...byPublished on 31st January 2013 11:08 PM
Bee Improvement and Conservation is published by The Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association (BIBBA), founded in 1964 for the conservation, restoration, study, selection ...