Principals of Beekeeping : Beekeeping & Starting a Brood

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Beekeeping made easy; learn about beekeeping a brood from a professional beekeeper in this free beekeeping tutorial video. Expert: Jorge Gomez Bio: Jorge Gomez has been a professional beekeeper for over 15 years. He currently cares for many bee hives in the Austin area.

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  1. 7777dmith7777
    3:50 am on January 9th, 2010

    an chee ees the beese ees a very nice broood an a veery nice one on dees cornars leetle worms

  2. JyeMusicLover
    3:53 am on January 9th, 2010

    you don’t sound like much of an expert

  3. seagullofdeath
    3:53 am on January 9th, 2010

    eughhhhh

    i just came so hard to this video

  4. pankisica
    4:01 am on January 9th, 2010

    judge6754 you are a god dam pound of dog shit

  5. judge6754
    4:59 am on January 9th, 2010

    Looks like crap to me.

  6. MrHariza
    5:00 am on January 9th, 2010

    nice video eastern european dude

  7. Tickets825
    5:21 am on January 9th, 2010

    Interesting video

  8. Urban00Parkour
    5:44 am on January 9th, 2010

    Love this video.. Dunno how arent u scared of them… Brb even I Hate Bees. The are biting me every year… :(

  9. blondigrl014
    6:10 am on January 9th, 2010

    great video…i’m actually getting a bee hive in Jan. or Feb. to build and then i’m getting my bees in March so this is really helpful since this is my first time with bees any other advice message me

  10. mrclaypole10
    6:20 am on January 9th, 2010

    Again thank you this makes me want to start bee keeping.

  11. Quietlydoesit
    7:08 am on January 9th, 2010

    The trouble with smoking ‘weed’ is that it makes me less able to concentrate on minute detail and less able to solve problems.
    I am currently studying mathematics at a reasonably high level and when my friends give me some of the stuff, I am screwed for two days….it isn’t called ‘dope’ for nothing.

  12. 122172639
    7:41 am on January 9th, 2010

    Bee stings cause inflammation at the skin level and an immune response that is oftentimes systemic in people with autoimmune conditions like arthritis… in simple terms, bee stings would be more likely to worsen the condition (cause a “flare”) than help, as it would be another source of inflammation so even more cells in the body attacked by the white blood cells. Taking immunosuppressants like cortisones makes stings more risky, too, as the body is less likely to respond to the sting at all.

  13. gardingolb
    7:45 am on January 9th, 2010

    it was alright :P

  14. imanerd36
    8:26 am on January 9th, 2010

    Yes, this is true.

  15. mybeagle86
    8:48 am on January 9th, 2010

    you killed beekeeping

  16. lostorfound19
    9:41 am on January 9th, 2010

    not cure but help then again eating a little pot is more enjoyable and you dont ave to find bees and get stung.

    pot releaves inflamation and helps with the pain. bee sting hurt and cause the tissue to swell but once the tissues return to normal the blood flow is increased.

    basicly smoke some weed its quicker and less painful (you can eat it also which is recomended by docs over smoking)

  17. fotohogger
    10:37 am on January 9th, 2010

    This is the best video for a beginner like me. I thank you so much for informative video. Thank everyone for poor peoples help with beekeeping. If someone would of just shared. I am a TBH Swarmed.

  18. Quietlydoesit
    10:49 am on January 9th, 2010

    I heard that bee stings cure arthritis…do you know if that’s true?

  19. bogga56
    10:51 am on January 9th, 2010

    fræbarar myndir um býflugur og það allt

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