"I still have one nice healthy hive, and hoping to split this spring! they've adapted well to our place and we've adapted well to them! We do have a wild hive near by, but haven't been able to track them down, they seem…"
"I had a wild hive in my garden for over 12 years. they swarmed several times and seemed healthy all along.2 years ago I began using Roundup to get rid of Bermuda grass that had invaded every place id water including my garden... last year No Bees?…"
"Sorry to hear that Rob. I've been checking my bees every chance I get, that's what I fear for my bees. as dry and desolate as it is, there all hungry. I'm having to fill the food jars about every 2 days."
"Litta & I would like to thank Rob for letting us get a feel for the bees today, We were somewhat Leary about working Bees when we got ours, but after today were looking forward to getting started. Thanks again!"
"Thanks Rob for all the Info. & stopping by. I dont know much about Bee keeping yet, But willing to learn and want to get started on a hive or two, since my bees left, weve been lonely with out them! once again Thanks! "
The New Mexico Beekeepers Association is a non-profit organization of private beekeepers, commercial beekeepers, persons interested in promoting the importance of the honey bee in the environment, and businesses related to the honey industry. Representing all regions of New Mexico, the Association maintains a close affiliation with the State of New Mexico's Department of Agriculture. Membership in the Association is open to all interested persons.
2013 Association Officers
President: Les Crowder
Vice President: Craig Noorlander
Secretary: Jessie Brown
Treasurer: D.J. Nickles
Board: Rob Shepler, Phill Remick
Membership dues are $30 per year for a family, $15 for membership from July 1-Dec 31st.