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bee·keep·er

 (bē′kē′pər)
n.

bee′keep·ing n.
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Noun1.beekeeping - the cultivation of bees on a commercial scale for the production of honeybeekeeping - the cultivation of bees on a commercial scale for the production of honey
cultivation - (agriculture) production of food by preparing the land to grow crops (especially on a large scale)
Translations
mehiläishoito
birøkt

beekeeping

[ˈbiːˌkiːpɪŋ] Napicultura f

beekeeping

[ˈbiːˌkiːpɪŋ] napicoltura
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Bee keeper Rob Oates tries to save the remaining bees after the hive was dropped by thieves
In or around 1954, the US government, which had once been the largest bee keeper in the world, got out of the business.
So Erland turned to Orkney Enterprise and will receive a weekly "wage" under the HIE Starts scheme in his first year as a professional bee keeper.
Reverend Trevor Latham, of St Mary's Church, Walton, held an open day - Bee Happy - on Saturday, attended by about 20 people, to show would-be bee keepers the art of apiculture.
Sta alerted a local bee keeper who transferred the swarm to a container, enabling him to transport them o site.
Bee natural LAST year I was worried about not being a very good bee keeper.
EASY BEE-SY: Bee keeper Pete McFadyen pictured with some of the bees kept in hives in Bootle Picture: GARETH JONES
Solihull rugby player Rich Lindsey at his day job as a bee keeper
If there's not such a danger then we will call in a bee keeper to come and take them away.
ey also advised that no bee keeper would want them because of the risk of disease and the threat to their hives and therefore took the decision to smoke out the bees.
Bee keeper Yvonne Kilvington checks a frame from one of the |hives
It proved a tad controversial with the audience but I am very happy to confirm that I am, naturally, a natural bee keeper.