Monthly Newsletter
April Beekeeping Tips

In and Around the Hive
On these cold days we keep having..... the bees will still be clustered, but when we get a warm day, they should be bringing in lots of pollen and nectar. If their flights are limited by the cold or bad weather, watch for starvation.


Your equipment should be paint, cleaned, fixed assembled or purchased by now. Remove any insulation wraps, mouse guards etc.


The location/proximity of the bees to their food source is important. If your cluster is far to one side of the food stores, you can carefully move it closer, keeping it together as you do so.

You may consider feeding pollen substitute or pro-sweet to support or further stimulate egg laying.

You will soon be getting your nucs and package bees, make sure and feed them upon arrival.
Order your Bees at:

Or stop by the store!

The will start arriving mid April, stay tuned for details.
Get your Feed
It is very important to feed your bees right now. We have what you need order online or stop by the store,

Don't forget to top by for gift items for Easter or special occasions. We can put baskets together or pick from completed baskets We have many items in our craft room. Stop by today.
Upcoming Events
Fox Valley Bee Keepers
This months meeting will be
Thursday April 21st , 2022 at
6:00 PM.
Faith Community Methodist Church.
N1966 Julius Dr
Hwy 15 and Julius Rd
Come learn about the art of beekeeping

Email with questions:
Brown County Beekeepers Association

This months meeting April meeting will be Wednesday, April 20th, 2022 from 6:30 – 8:00 at Green Bay Botanical Gardens.
Education will be on Oxalic Acid Hive Health, What an Inspector looks for (5:45) - Bee nucs and package installation (in-person only)
For virtual option contact
 Dave Elsen 920-370-5281

The Let It Bee Family!

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