The difference is that in a forum everyone can put everything online. A blog must be placed by somebody who has access to the source of the website.
If you want to place a blog contact the administrator and your blog will be online within 12 hours. Same procedure to cancel your blog unless its outdated because of its content. Please add your name and contacts.
Simply send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or a note to: Walter Wieser 320 Coopers Cove Road Saint Augustine, FL 32095.
The University of Florida Veterinary Feed Directive system is online and active. If you need antibiotics for your bees this is required to purchase antibiotics, or a prescription from your veterinarian.
Now we have the VFD link: https://www.honeybeevfd.com/ working. If you don’t have a PC and/or email address then you will have to go to a veterinarian to get the VFD to purchase antibiotics.
If you haven't heard the good news, I'm excited to be able to share it. Our "Save the Bees" License Plate Bill was approved and we are well on our way to being able to presell it to you! Our design is in the works, and once approved, vouchers to pre purchase the plate will be available at your local DMV office. We need to presell 3000 to put our plate in production. Once we meet our presale goal, the plate will start getting made and you will be notified when it is ready to pick up!
The most exciting part about this, besides having a really cool Bee License Plate, is the funds are allocated for Honeybee Research.This will give us the opportunity to support some of the top researchers, performing some of the most important research to assist all of us beekeepers.
Stay tuned, as soon as we know the vouchers are available, we will get the word out to all. Please, then, help us but spreading the word. This plate will be exciting to so many people, beekeepers and non.
Also, stay tuned for our announcement for Zoom Sessions for our Annual Meeting and Education November 12th and 14th.
Happy Extracting, and Fall Feeding to all!
Jennifer Holmes, President22
Our President and Master Beekeeper is also an Expert in swarm catching. If a bee colony has decided to move into your home, don't panic! Don't spray them! Call Bo Sterk. (904) 377 - 5167 Bo will catch them and move them to a new home. KEEP IN MIND: Bee removal services are not for free. It is a difficult and specialized process taking time and money to achieve a safe removal. It is a professional service. The prices vary on the degree of removal.
You are supposed to register your apiary! Friendly & competent inspectors will check your colonies ones per year for diseases and aggressive developments. Link to the apiary inspection website: http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Plant-Industry/Bureaus-and-Services/Bureau-of-Plant-and-Apiary-Inspection/Apiary-Inspection
Saint Johns County does everything in their power to protect your honeybees. There will be no mosquito spraying close to your apiary if you are registered! Link to the mosquito control website: http://www.amcdsjc.org/
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