Starting a honey farm is straight-forward

My kid decided to transport from the big neighborhood that she lived in to the countryside.

  • She was frustrated with the hum and buzz of the big city, and she had noticed how unkind people have become! Additionally, she preferred not to have her kids in an environment prefer that.

So, suppose it or not, she quit her corporate job and now she lives on a farm, where she grows her own fruits and veggies. She homeschools the kids, so she doesn’t have to worry about them being in an unhealthy situation… Between homeschooling and farming she lives a legitimately full life and from what I gather, she’s legitimately gleeful with everything. A few weeks ago, both of us were chatting on the cellphone, and she was gleeful about her new project. She was in the middle of setting up a honey farm on her property! The deranged area about this is she was regularly afraid of bees, so this honey farm came as a surprise to me! Of course, I was curious about the process because she had no experience with honey bees. Apparently, the process of setting up a honey farm is quite straight-forward, and beekeeping could generate over $1,000 per week. And all you need to start is a good location for the hives, and once the hive is built, then venue the honey bees inside and deliver them with plenty of water and nectar, so that the colony can thrive. Of course, she will need to check the colony to make sure that the bees are healthy, and in about 4 to 6 weeks, she could be harvesting her own honey; It’s amazing to see that our kid is stepping outside of her comfort zone and will become a beekeeper soon.