The American Bee Journal was established in 1861 by Samuel Wagner and has been published continuously since that time, except for a brief period during the Civil War. The Journal has the honor of being the oldest English language beekeeping publication in the world. Today, Dadant and Sons has the privilege of publishing the American Bee Journal for subscribers throughout the world. Readership is concentrated among hobby and commercial beekeepers, bee supply dealers, queen breeders, package-bee shippers, honey packers, and entomologists. Free Sample Digital ABJ Click Here

 

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News

Honey Bees Linked to New Diseases in Wild

Diseases commin in managed honey bee colonies now widespread in UK's wild bumblebees read more

Single Gene Separates Queen from Workers

Scientists identify how a single gene in honey bees separates queens from workers read more

Scientists to Meet to Help Honey Bees

Meetings held to discuss 2 key areas of work that will aid honey bees read more
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Events

‘Beekeeping for Beginners’

April 12 and May 10, 2014, Madison, WI read more

NY Bee Wellness 2-day Workshop

June 7-8, 2014, Wappinger Falls, NY read more

Organic Beekeepers for Beginners

May 10-11, 2014, Lincoln, Vermont read more
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