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This is our free directory to local food producers in suport of the Cornish Diet idea: 80%+ of your food produced in Cornwall. Miles better value than any supermarket : Reduction in food miles and energy use + Better for the local economy: more jobs + Increase in food security + Better animal welfare + Better social cohesiveness + Better value for money + Better deal for farmers + Better quality, fresher + Reskilling in traditional food preparation.
Free entries for Cornwall based food suppliers. Just click on 'Add new comment' describing your local food business or use the 'Contact us' form to send in your advert/ message to publish.
To comment on a producer, click on the producer item and click 'reply' at the bottom of the page.

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HeatherBell HoneyBees

HeatherBell HoneyBees, Beekeeping Cornwall

I am a full time professional bee farmer and bee breeder so you can be assured of qualified advice but this also means that I'm rarely by the telephone, I'm probably up to my elbows in bees!
Please email if you have any queries, the email address is on the top left of every page.

I answer them all every day, I'm happy to help and advise.

HOME/CONTACT
BEEKEEPING SHOP
COURSES
BUY BEES
HONEY SALES
HELP/INFO
BEE SUITS & GLOVES
BEE HIVES
SMOKERS & TOOLS
QUEEN REARING
HONEY EXTRACTORS
VARROA TREATMENT

I always advise anyone thinking of keeping bees to take the following steps first before getting them.
1. Get some experience of bees with a professional beekeeper.

The simplest way to find one is to buy some local honey at your farmers' market or health food shop, the beekeeper's address should be on the label. Alternatively join a local beekeeping association (every county has one). Make sure you get some time with a professional i.e. qualified advice. Do this in time so you can organise something with the beekeeper during the beekeeping season in spring and summer.

See our beekeeping experience lessons here.

2. Take a beekeeping course

The same beekeeper may offer a course or point you in the right direction. You can't keep bees for long without knowledge of the honeybee's life cycle and biology, disease recognition and pest management, swarm control and queen bee rearing. Read as many beekeeping books as you can.

See our beekeeping course here.

3. Order your beekeeping equipment and bees.

http://www.cornwallhoney.com/index.html
email: trelill@hotmail.com
phone: 01326 291000