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Order Your Live Bees at Blain’s Farm & Fleet

Bee Order Details Customers can place live bee orders at any of our Blain’s Farm & Fleet store locations from now until March 15th. Before you call or drive over to your local store to order, review what bees are available for purchase. We are selling a 3 lb package of live bees, an Italian Marked Queen Bee Only, and a Russian Marked Queen Bee Only. All live bee orders will(…)

Picking the Type of Honey You’ll Harvest From Your Beehives

Learn about the different types of honey you can harvest with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Beekeeping is the hobby with sweet rewards – especially honey. If you’re new to beekeeping, you might not know that you actually have a few options as to which kind of honey you can harvest from the hive. Each kind requires different honey harvesting tools and supplies. If  you have multiple beehives, you can even(…)

Learn About Bearding and Beekeeping

Learn about bearding and beekeeping with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’re new to beekeeping, you might notice your bees clustering around the front of their hive. It’s actually a normal thing that a strong colony of bees do, called “bearding.” However, bees gathering around the front of the hive can also indicate swarming. Learn more about bearding, swarming and caring for your bees with Blain’s Farm(…)

Bees Buzzing at Blain Supply

This past summer, beehives were set up at Blain Supply to help educate associates on the honey bee process and to test out some of the beekeeping supplies sold in our stores. Associates were able to watch the bees’ progress and help extract honey from the hive. We were thrilled to see our hives did so well over the summer and surprised to see them create so much honey their(…)

When to Feed Your Backyard Bees

Learn all about feeding your backyard bees with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Considering that bees feed on plant nectar, you’d think you wouldn’t have to feed your bees. You should not feed your bees while bees are in honey production or you have honey supers in place. However, sometimes there are circumstances where your bees will need your help. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn(…)

How to Start a New Bee Colony

Learn how to start your own bee colony with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Beekeeping is a fun hobby with sweet rewards. Whether you’re buying bees for the first time, or you want to expand your hive, you have a few options for starting a new bee colony. Know the Members of Your Bee Colony First, you need to know about the different members of your bee colony.(…)

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin is Buzzing About Beekeeping!

A local bee expert hosted a beekeeping seminar at Blain’s Farm & Fleet of Chippewa Falls, Wis. Those in attendance learned about the benefits of honeybees, and how to get started with their own hives.

Can I Have Bees in My Backyard?

Find out if backyard beekeeping is the right hobby for you. Backyard beekeeping is an ever-growing hobby with sweet rewards. From urban backyards to hobby farms, beekeepers are setting up apiaries everywhere. However, it’s important to know if you can actually have bees in your backyard. It’s also important to have adequate space for your hives and everything that goes with them. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet,(…)

Get the Buzz on Beekeeping!

Backyard beekeeping is rising in popularity–you can make your own honey, right with bees in your backyard. From beehives to beekeeping clothes, Blain’s Farm & Fleet has all the beekeeping supplies you need to get started. Enjoy the simple hobby with sweet rewards!

What Does a Bee Smoker Do?

A bee smoker is a vital tool for successful backyard beekeeping. One of the biggest parts of beekeeping is tending to your hives. Bees can be temperamental, especially when they feel like they’re being attacked or their hive is being invaded. Using a bee smoker is the best way to keep your bees calm, and keep yourself from getting stung. Smoke’s Affect on Bees When bees think they’re being attacked,(…)


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