Little Creek Bee Ranch & supplies - Beekeeping classes - Inola, OK
Little Creek Bee Ranch & supplies - Home of the Apivox Auditor
 Sustainable Beekeeping class
 
    Please join us at our next class! If you can't make these dates, no worries. We teach these same classes each month.
     Tip - plan ahead, call ahead, we'll add you to our roster for a particular class and will call you 1 week prior to confirm. Reserve your spot ahead of time! Our classes are popular!

     If you wish to sign up for any of our classes, please call
918-798-2251
and leave your name and number and the class date you wish to attend. We will call you back ASAP to confirm, and add your name to our class roster. 
 
Also, check to ensure that the class is still being held, BEFORE you decide to make the drive.Thanks, Ken Davis
 
Nov classes

Basic Beekeeping class
(Covers Basic tools, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Nov 11, 2017 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036
 
Dec classes

Beekeeping with Essential Oils
(How to knock out Mites and Beetles)
Dates: Dec 2, 2017
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Sustainable O.T.S. Queen Rearing
(Nothing happens, but first a Queen! This is a powerful class.
It's easy to raise some Queens. With these skills and tips you'll never
be without Colonies of Honey Bees ever again!)
Dates: Dec 9, 2017
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Jan classes

Swarm Prevention & Mgt. class
(Covering various strategies in Swarm prevention, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Jan 6, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Apivox Auditor class
(Did you know your bees will speak to you?
Learn how to listen to your Colony. Very popular class!)
Dates: Jan 13, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 6pm
Cost: $60 per person, $80 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Basic Beekeeping class
(Covers Basic tools, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Jan 20, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Beekeeping with Essential Oils
(How to knock out Mites and Beetles)
Dates: Jan 27, 2018
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036
 
Feb classes

Sustainable Queen Rearing
(Nothing happens, but first a Queen! This is a powerful class.
It's easy to raise some Queens. With these skills and tips you'll never
be without Colonies of Honey Bees ever again!)
Dates: Feb 3, 2018
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036
 
Swarm Prevention & Mgt. class
(Covering various strategies in Swarm prevention, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Feb 10, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036
 
Apivox Auditor class
(Did you know your bees will speak to you?
Learn how to listen to your Colony. Very popular class!)
Dates: Feb 17, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 6pm
Cost: $60 per person, $80 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Basic Beekeeping class
(Covers Basic tools, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Feb 24, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

March classes

Beekeeping with Essential Oils
(How to knock out Mites and Beetles)
Dates: Mar 3, 2018
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Sustainable Queen Rearing
(Nothing happens, but first a Queen! This is a powerful class.
It's easy to raise some Queens. With these skills and tips you'll never
be without Colonies of Honey Bees ever again!)
Dates: Mar 10, 2018
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location: 110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Swarm Prevention & Mgt. class
(Covering various strategies in Swarm prevention, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Mar 17, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Apivox Auditor class
(Did you know your bees will speak to you?
Learn how to listen to your Colony. Very popular class!)
Dates: Mar 24, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 6pm
Cost: $60 per person, $80 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

Basic Beekeeping class
(Covers Basic tools, how to's and great tips!)
Dates: Mar 31, 2018 
Time: Saturday, 9am to 2pm
Cost: $40 per person, $60 per married couple
Location:110 N. Broadway, Inola, Ok. 74036

 
(FYI - Be sure to call ahead and get your name on the Class Roster. Also, check to ensure that the class is still being held, BEFORE you decide to make the drive.)
 
Note; Please pay at door, cash or check. Please RSVP to let us know you plan to attend any of our classes, so that we might add you to our roster.
 
 
Apivox Auditor, Sustainable Queen Rearing and E.O. classes are considered Advanced Beekeeping classes. It is not mandatory, but suggested, that you have already attended a traditional Beekeeping class or have run Bee hives before. But all are welcome. We will strive to answer all questions possible.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
What's happening to our bees?!!

I think you would agree, that we are a nation that is addicted to "pesticides & pills" of all sorts. In the past several years, we have seen a tremendous decrease in our National Honeybee population. Much research has been done in order to determine why this is happening. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out some possible causes; maybe we use too many HARSH PESTICIDES in our local environment, and that it might have an adverse affect on such beneficial insects like the Honey Bee. I may not be able to control where the honey bee goes to forage for nectar and pollen, but I can control what I put in their hives for pest management issues. Through much research and study of our own, we have learned how to use only Essential Oils on the bees to keep them healthy. After nearly 7 years of hard work, we are happy to share our oil strategies with other serious Beekeepers, in order to protect our Honey Bee population.

So, if your seriously interested in keeping bees, have you thought about how to keep them healthy? Little Creek Bee Ranch is teaching a class on how to keep Honey Bees healthy, by using Essential Oils. We've kept bees on Essential Oils for nearly 10 years now. This is a little known skill. Once you learn how to use only Essential Oils, you won't want to use traditional pesticides on your bees anymore!

What's Essential Oils? Canola oil, Spearmint oil, Lemongrass oil, Wintergreen oil, Tea Tree oil, etc. When these oils are used, sometimes in combination with each other, you're able to kill out the Pests that the Honey Bee often battle. i.e., Small Hive Beetle, Varroa Mite and Tracheal Mite. These pests can be devastating to the colony. Many beekeepers lose colonies and never know WHY they lost them. Learn how to help your bees KNOCK OUT these pests the easy way. I refuse to use HARSH PESTICIDES on my bees. I don't need to do it that way anymore.

If you're interested in attending our Essential Oils class, contact us soon for further details. Cost of the class is only $40 per person, $60 per married couple. I will give you all of my recipes and resources and detailed instruction. Get your name on the list ASAP!

It is suggested that you have already taken a Basic Bee class from a nearby bee club, or that you have already kept bees for more than 1 year, before attending this class. This is considered an Advanced Beekeeping class, and covers subjects related to the Bees health.
Hope to hear from you soon. I think you'll really like what you hear!! Others have!

Thanks, Ken Davis - Little Creek Bee Ranch, Inola, OK.
 
 
 
 
 
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