About BeeKeepClub

BeeKeepClub was founded by Michael Simmonds in 2016. This website aims to be the ultimate resource guide for beginners to learn about the charming activity of beekeeping.

Here you will find all the information you need to get you started. Starting off with the basics, you will come to understand just what exactly beekeeping is, and all it entails. You will learn about the different types of bees you can use, the different types of hives, the best locations to place your hive, and so forth.

You will also learn about beekeeping equipment – which is essential for any successful beekeeper. You will learn about the beekeeping suit and other important tools such as the bee smoker and honey extractor. The honey extractor, by the way, is one of the most vital tools in this activity, as it’s what you’ll be using to reap your sweet rewards.

We will help you decide which beekeeping equipment is best for you through our detailed reviews so that you can make an informed decision and get the best value for your money.

It must be said that this is an Amazon affiliate and eBay Partner Network site and we do earn a small percentage if you purchase anything on those sites via our links, but at no extra cost to you. We also offer other products for sale that are not associated with Amazon, eBay, or any of their properties.

BeeKeepClub is here for beginners, and we aim to serve you best. So what are you waiting for? Click here to get started.

We are a trustworthy source of beekeeping-related information. Here are a few mentions of us around the web:

1. Reddit

Link: https://www.reddit.com/r/Beekeeping/comments/15xvyg2/question_about_oav_treatment/


Link: https://www.reddit.com/r/Beekeeping/comments/nncrkt/honeybee_hive_left_alone_can_i_set_up_a_give_and/


2. BeeSource

Link: https://www.beesource.com/threads/got-a-strange-wormy-thing-in-the-comb.368948/


3. BBKA Forum

Link: https://www.bbkaforum.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=1055


4. Willamette Valley Beekeepers Association

Link: https://wvbahive.org/september-in-apiary/

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