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American Bee Journal, Vol. VI. No. 5, Nov 1870

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The American Bee Journal, Vol. VI, No. 5, Nov 1870 is a fascinating read for anyone interested in beekeeping or agriculture. This issue contains a wealth of valuable information, including articles on the latest techniques and innovations in beekeeping, as well as advice on how to keep hives healthy and productive.

One of the highlights of this issue is an in-depth look at the use of straw hives versus wooden hives, which provides valuable insights for beekeepers looking to optimize their setup. There are also articles on the best methods for feeding bees in the winter months, as well as updates on the latest research in the field of apiculture.

Overall, this issue of the American Bee Journal is a must-read for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of beekeeping and improve their skills as a beekeeper. The writing is clear and informative, making it easy for both beginners and experienced beekeepers to benefit from the information presented. I highly recommend this issue to anyone with an interest in beekeeping.

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The American Bee Journal is the “oldest bee paper in America established in 1861 devoted to scientific bee-culture and the production and sale of pure honey. Published every Wednesday, by Thomas G. Newman, Editor and Proprietor” In this issue are included articles on wintering bees, foulbrood, introducing queens, hives, and reports from Vermont, New York, Illinois, and Massachusetts, among other topics and correspondence. - Summary by Larry Wilson

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