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    We meet at 7PM on the second Tuesday of each month at the Glen Rose Citizen's Center, 209 SW Bernard Street, Glen Rose, Texas

     

    Our goal is to provide opportunities to learn safe & proper practices for the management of honey bees; and in the process, build a stronger beekeeping community.

     

    Visitors are welcome!

     

    Glen Rose, Texas sits atop limestone formations containing dinosaur footprints. Our club celebrates that dinosaur connection in it's name: The Dino-Bee Club.

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    Published on 08-19-2014 02:58 PM  Number of Views: 98 
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    My first big honey crop! I wanted to give Barry some competition, so here are some pictures of extracting at my house. This is Saundra and Chip taking honey off my best producer this year (11 gallons from this hive headed by a BeeWeaver queen).


    The three taller hives made more than 28 gallons this summer!! The NUCs in between were taken from the tall one in the center and the right end. That is a five foot ...
    by Published on 07-14-2014 07:29 PM  Number of Views: 120 
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    Well, the two hives we got in April have produced 9 lbs. of honey so far, and I have two more supers ready to harvest. We have been blessed with a huge bloom of wildflowers and mesquite this year thanks to all the timely rainfall. The nectar flow is mostly Star Thistle and has made a really light mild tasting honey. Thanks again to Dwain for showing me how to harvest ...
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    At our April meeting Texas Honey Queen, Hayden Wolf, presented a very informative and challenging presentation about a new group of insecticides: The neonicotinoids. Because of the killing efficiency of the neonicotinoids, special precautions should be taken when used by homeowners and Agribusiness alike (see Texas A&M Agrilife Extension summary below) .

    Ms Wolf is shown with note cards containing ...
    by Published on 06-02-2014 11:17 PM  Number of Views: 134 
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    Thurs evening I got a call from a lady in Hico that had a swarm in a tree in their front yard. Dwain had given her my name, so Debbie and I stopped by a took a look before dark.

    They were about 25 feet up in a oak tree tightly massed around a 8 inch limb. I had no way of getting them, so I called Dwain back and he agreed to meet me there the next ...
    Published on 04-09-2014 04:01 PM  Number of Views: 163 

    Our club had a booth at the Celebration again this year. Lavonda Becker arranged for the space on the Granbury Courthouse square, and along with Earl Hillock and several others, spread good words about honeybees and how to live with them.

    Here is a picture of our primary Dino-Bee hosts at the exhibit. Hundreds of men, women, boys and girls looked wide-eyed at those bees and heard the joys of beekeeping. Well done all!


    P.S. The second day of the Celebration fell on an icy, windy day.....We didn't take the bees out in such cold weather, but more than 590 people visited our booth in just one day! Thanks to all who had a part in putting our best foot forward in our community. :)