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Honey Paw 14 | Apiary Inspection and Adding Queen - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
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08-07-2020 -- 21:07
Honey Paw 14 | Apiary Inspection and Adding Queen - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
08-07-2020 -- 21:07
Honey Paw Series 13 - Nucleus Colony - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
22-06-2020 -- 02:49
Honey Paw Series: 12 Introducing a Queen - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
05-06-2020 -- 19:32
Honey Paw Series: 11 - Swarm Collection Update - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
01-06-2020 -- 08:45
I Have a Top Bar Hive! - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
22-05-2020 -- 18:24
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 10: Creating an Artificial Swarm
10-05-2020 -- 16:44
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 09: Inspection and Update - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
04-05-2020 -- 13:14
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 08: Spring Cleaning
19-04-2020 -- 00:31
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 07: First Inspections - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
13-04-2020 -- 19:35
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 06: Setting Up The Apiary - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
28-03-2020 -- 10:43
Apipasta Plus Update - Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
24-03-2020 -- 11:27
Honey Paw Hives Project: - 05: Preparing Frames- Stewart Spinks at the Norfolk Honey Co.
21-03-2020 -- 10:00
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Channel The Norfolk Honey Company

Hi, I'm Stewart at The Norfolk Honey Company in the UK and I'm totally hooked on honeybees and beekeeping. I eat, drink and sleep beekeeping and I'd love to share that passion with you. Our YouTube channel is dedicated to all beekeepers new and old, we've found over the years that there's always something to learn and sometimes you just can't find the right person who is willing to share that knowledge with you. Look no further, every week we will be posting new "How To" video's showing all aspects of beekeeping from the very basics such as how to use a hive tool, extracting honey right up to advanced queen rearing techniques, honey production methods such as the Dyce method, producing cut comb and so much more. I hope that has whetted your appetite enough for now so don't hesitate, click that subscribe button at the top of the page and take a look around. Drop me comments and questions and we'll always get back to you. Stewart