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Offline wallace family apiary

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Hello,
I've been writing a beekeeping blog for some time now and I wanted to share it with this forum.  I know that you all have heard of the "Bee Friendly FarmingTM" initiative on this forum, but I wanted to tell you a little bit about how we are involved in it.  I really want to get the word out about the "Bee Friendly FarmingTM" initiative and hope that more folks get certified. Below are two links to two different posts I've posted on my Blog related to the BFF.  I hope you enjoy the posts and Happy Beekeeping!
Santiago Wallace
Wallace Family Apiary
Our blog can be found at http://wallacefamilyapiary.wordpress.com/
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Offline Jim 134

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Re: Wallace Family Apiary's beekeeping-post on "Bee Friendly FarmingTM"
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2010, 03:41:57 PM »
 I know that you all have heard of the "Bee Friendly FarmingTM" initiative on this forumSantiago Wallace
Wallace Family Apiary
Our blog can be found at WallaceFamilyApiary on wordpress


  :? NO I have not heard of it  :? have a G'Day


  BEE HAPPY Jim 134 :)
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Re: Wallace Family Apiary's beekeeping-post on "Bee Friendly FarmingTM"
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2010, 05:14:22 PM »
There is a write up on how to be a bee friendly farmer in November's Bee Culture, page 46.

 

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