ACBA member George Katsoudas shows off one of the Ashe County Beekeepers Association's new hats with its beautifully embroidered association logo...only $18.00. get one while supplies last.
ACBA has several tables displaying information and products about the wonderful world of beekeeping at the Museum of Ashe County History's Autumn Leaf Festival. Come on out and help support our association.
ACBA Hats and T-shirts;
Hardwood cutting boards;
* The regular meeting of the ACBA held on October 9, 2014 featured a panel of ACBA members - Randy Baldwin, Joy Lewis and James Wilkes - sharing their experiences and information about preparing hives for overwintering.
* Click the below link to read the minutes from the meeting which contains their remarks.
Ashe County beekeepers are cautioned that the varroa mite infestation has started and everyone needsto be vigilant taking mite counts to see what kind of IPM is needed....and be deciding when to do it. Word from off the mountain form an experienced beekeeper is that they were plowing through many hives!!!
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!"
* Ashe County Beekeepers Association members who use Chrome as their default web browser may be frustrated when the RSS link on the News and Events page doesn't yield the intended results.
* Click on the below link for a "fix" which our web host, Ric Kolseth has recommended to enable you to fully utilize the RSS link.
The NCSBA’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ncbeekeepers) is now being managed by two volunteer editors, Whitney Barnes of the Person County Beekeepers and Christi Henthorn of the Granville County Beekeepers. Chapters are encouraged to designate someone to submit their event information to the editors for posting. Beekeepers can become members of the group page and share ideas and photos. There are some rules and expectations for posting on NCSBA’s Facebook page. Please log on to Facebook and read the information that the editors have posted about the events page as well as the group page. Thank you to Whitney and Christi for keeping the NCSBA connected!