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Swarm Essentials with Stephen Repasky (S4, E17)

Oct. 11, 2021

In this episode, we talk with Steve Repasky about his book, Swarm Essentials, published by WicWas Press in 2014. Steve is in the middle of updating his book and we found him ready to talk about swarming in general, and what’…

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The Climate Change Impact on Bees & Floral Sources with Dr. Christina Grozinger (S3, E46)

April 12, 2021

In this episode, we talk with Dr. Christina Grozinger, from Penn State’s Department of Entomology. Her recent research and and plant growing season has confirmed many suspicions on the long term impact these changes have on…

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Russian Honey Bee and EAS Updates with Dan Conlon (S3, E42)

March 15, 2021

In this episode, we invite Dan Conlon back to learn how the Russian Honey Bee Program is progressing, since now is the time to consider trying packages, nucs or queens for the coming season. Arguably, Russians are the most t…

Guest: Dan Conlon
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Talking Russian Honey Bees with Dr. Tom Rinderer and Steve Coy (S2, E32)

May 29, 2020

Ask beekeepers and you will hear many different opinions on Russian Honey Bees. Mostly, they either love them, hate them or know nothing about them.  In this episode, we go directly to the US source of these bees with Dr. To…

Guest: Steven Coy
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Developing A Breeding Program with Sue Cobey, Dr. Tim Lawrence and Dr. Steve Sheppard (S2, E24)

April 10, 2020

Sue Cobey, Tim Lawrence and Steve Sheppard join the podcast this week to discuss their new three-part video series on how to develop an effective and productive honey bee breeding program. Topics discussed in the series incl…

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Dr. Tom D. Seeley: Honey Bees In The Wild - (019)

Feb. 4, 2019

Dr. Tom D. Seeley is a in Biology at Cornell University where he teaches courses on animal behavior, specializing in understanding the social life of honey bees. His scientific research focuses on the phenomenon of swarm in…

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Dan Conlon: It's All About The Russians (Russian honey bees, that is) - (013)

Oct. 22, 2018

For as long as he can remember, Dan Conlon has enjoyed and kept honey bees. When he was 50, he threw all in and went commercial with his  in South Deerfield, MA along with his wife, Bonita. Today they sell  honey, pure beesw…

Guest: Dan Conlon