It Is Possible To Become A
Successful Top Bar Beekeeper…

…Without Using Harmful Chemicals. And You Don’t Have to Spend a Fortune To Get Started.

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The Barefoot Beekeeper is a revolutionary book about chemical free, sustainable beekeeping, showing how it can be simple and accessible to all, including individuals with physical limitations. Unlike many methods, with this approach there is no heavy lifting involved.

Phil Chandler strips away all unnecessary complication and confusion, demonstrating that ‘modern’ beekeeping methods are largely to blame for the poor state of health in honeybee populations and that the commercialization of beekeeping marked the noticeable increase in disease and parasite problems honeybees have been trying to overcome ever since.

A Beginner’s Guide to Low Impact Chemical Free Beekeeping

Phil Chandler is an advocate of small-scale, sustainable beekeeping, with minimal disturbance to the bees and more time spent observing and learning from them. This book shows how you can make everything you need to keep bees yourself, using recycled materials and simple tools: no need to buy expensive equipment, synthetic medications or other chemicals.

The three main areas of concern typically voiced by prospective beekeepers are: the cost of equipment and bees; storage space for spare hive parts and other equipment – particularly in urban areas, and the strain of maneuvering heavy boxes – especially when full of honeycomb and without disrupting the colony.

These are valid concerns if the prospective beekeeper is planning on utilizing ‘conventional’ beekeeping methods, with the standard Langstroth hive or one of the other ‘movable frame’ hives available. Expect to spend $400-$500 on woodwork and basic equipment; you’ll need a shed or similar space to store spare parts, and you will need to physically be able to lift and carry 40-60 pounds at a time. Any or all of these factors can easily discourage someone if money or storage space is limited, or if strength or physical disability impairs their ability to lift and carry substantial weight.

Introducing “The Barefoot Beekeeper” – A low-impact, low-cost, chemical-free, small-scale, organic approach to Beekeeping

Top bar beekeeping really is ‘beekeeping for everyone’ – including people with disabilities, bad backs, or anyone concerned about lifting boxes filled with honey and bees: there is no heavy lifting once your hives are in place, because the honey is harvested one comb at a time. From the bees’ point of view, top bar hives offer weatherproof shelter, the opportunity to build comb to their own design – without the constraints of man-made wax foundation – and minimal disturbance, thanks to a ‘leave well alone’ style of management.

The Barefoot Beekeeper is the best book out there as far as I’m concerned for those interested in pursuing sustainable beekeeping.

Marty Hardison, USA

Not Your Everyday Beekeeping Book

‘Barefoot beekeeping’ is for both urban and rural dwellers who want to keep bees on a modest scale, producing honey, beeswax, and maybe propolis and pollen for their own use and for friends and neighbors. If you’re looking for a blueprint for a large-scale, commercial bee farming operation, which I believe to be part of the problem, this book isn’t for you. If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a book that will guide you as you journey into the amazing world of backyard beekeeping, then this is the book you’ve been looking for!

All equipment is designed to be built using low-cost materials by people with only moderate manual skills: if you can do a decent job of putting up shelves, then you can probably make a serviceable beehive. Bees are very forgiving of imperfect joinery.

Above all, ‘barefoot beekeeping’ is for people who love bees and understand and appreciate their vital role in the pollination of a huge range of both wild and cultivated plants.

I bought and read the book yesterday. It’s a very helpful primer on the main issues and a VERY inspiring discussion of sustainable beekeeping. Some good history and background, as well.

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