Beekeeping for All

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French monk Abbé Émile Warré studied, and experimented with, over 300 hive types, aiming to achieve two things: give bees the most similar living experience to what they seek out in nature and to achieve maximum honey production. After much experimentation and study, he developed the  Warre hive.

Beekeeping for All was written by Warré  himself. T his book is essential reading for Warre beekeepers and anyone interested in the history of beekeeping. 

Translated from the 1948 version by Patricia and David Heaf. 

154 pages. 7" x 9 1/2". Paperback. Black and white illustrations. Translated 2007.

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02/24/2013
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    Useful book!

    I enjoyed this book, I found it very useful. I am a novice, but learned a lot from this book.

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