American Bee Journal, Volumes 74-75

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Dadant & Sons, 1934 - Bee culture
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Includes summarized reports of many bee-keeper associations.

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Contents

AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL
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American Honey Institute32
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The Oldest Bee Journal
47
Its Either GetTogether or Get a New
54
More About Honey PricesC L Swanson
60
All Around the Bee YardG H Cale
67
The Oldest Bee Journal
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Insect Damage to Comb HoneyW G lcMaistre
99
Crating Package BeesDr Warren Whitcomb
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Production CostsPenn G Snyder
74
Caging the Queen in the ColonyW A Rowland 316
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The Editors Answers
82
All Around the Bee YardG H Cale
101
The Oldest Bee Journal
154
National Meetings Valdosta
161

Another Method of Treating a Colony Infected
105
Beekeeping Along the AssiniboineR D Nicholson
111
Meetings and Events
118
The Oldest Bee Journal
140
Death of Earl Keller
146
Commercial Honey Producers Can Be Organized
152
Now That Winter Is OverWhat of It?G H Cale
158
Dividing the Brood in the SpringG H Cale
164
Jensens Apiaries5
183
Southern Conference Adopts Code for Shippers
192
Editorials
209
The Oldest Bee Journal
245
A Comparison of Package and Colony in the Orchard
263
All Around the Bee Yard G H Cale
271
Honor Roll of American Honey Institute
281
Entered as secondclass matter at the Postoffice at Hamilton Illinois C P Dadant Editor Frank C Pellett Field
313
Alabama Apiaries
330
The Oldest Bee Journal
349
Beekeeping as a Life BusinessDr C C Miller 299
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Comb Honey Production in the Sweet Clover Areas
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Preparation of Crop and MarketChas Kruse 308
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The Oldest Bee Journal
392
How One Baker Advertises HoneyS F Haxton
413
Caney Valley Apiaries
423
The Container Helps Sell the Honey
428
The Oldest Bee Journal
437
American Bee Journal466 467
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The Oldest Bee Journal
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American Pigeon Journal510
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AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL
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Our Diamond Jubilee
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Peculiar Work of Wax Moth LarvaeG H Vansell _ 14
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Bind Your Bee JournalsEarl B Pride
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QueensHow Many Eggs Do They Lay?
26
Moses QuinbyJ H Nellis
33
Meetings and Events
41
Invention of FoundationFrank C Pellett
55
Problems of the Commercial Shipper of Bees
167
Disease ResistanceErwin C Alfonsus
173
he Oldest Bee Journal
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Bees and Honey in Der Fuhrers Land
222
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The Oldest Bee Journal
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Black Bees Again and Comb Honey Finish
267
The Oldest Beo Journal
313
A Disease of Young Bees Caused by Mucor
320
A Small Plant for Filtering HoneyH S Paine
326
Queen RearingHerman McConnell
332
Editors Answers
338
Honey Cookery Contest
353
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The Oldest Bee Journal
364
AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL
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Establishment and Value of Mating Stations
436
Observations on the Storage of HoneyC H Gilbert 437
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Lives of Famous BeekeepersG M Doolittle
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How Shall We Finance the American Honey
443
Bees on DepositRobert L Griffith
449
A Clustering Place for WinterHy W Sanders 455
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From the Blue Kitchen Lida KeckWiggins
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Classified Advertising PaysFred H Kunkel 463
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Do Bears Really Like Honey ?G F Pearcey 486
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Twelve Years Experimental Results of Wintering
492
Wrapping Honey Is Good BusinessWalter H Hull 498
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The PostscriptFrank C Pellett
499
AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL
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The Disease Problem R O B Manley
522
Winners in National Honey Cookery Contest
533
National Convention
534
front cover
538
Editorial
542
The PostscriptFrank C Pellett
553

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