Goats are one of the easier animals to keep. They can be kept as a farm animal or pet, in large numbers or as a single animal.
They may be used to produce fleece, meat or milk; or to control weeds.
Read on and learn more about goat care.
Read this article to learn more about how to produce honey and beeswax.
Find out more about our Beekeeping and hive production course.
When bees collect pollen and nectar from flowers and bring it back to
the hive – some of it is converted into honey but the rest is converted
into beeswax. Bees build their combs from beeswax so they need it in
order to survive.
Once you see white cappings in the hive
covering the hexagonal shaped cells, it means that the honey is ready
for extraction. It is the cappings which are situated on both sides of
the cells that make up the beeswax.
The best time to grow vegetables is when it is warm; but the only
down side to this is warm weather also favours pests
Variable weather (eg. storms, floods, drought, wind), combined with warmth can add even more to the headaches.
Gardeners can take three steps to avoid problems with their spring vegetables -read on and find out.
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