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WELCOME TO THE NBS BLOG & PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

We love all things beekeeping. From hives to honey, our mission is to share knowledge with beekeepers new and old, inspire the next generation of buzzing enthusiasts and make a positive contribution to our environment.

Here you’ll find our blog, important beekeeping info & events and of course, our inspirational NBS Photographer of the Year Competition!

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE CATEGORIES FOR #nbspoty2021

Click the images below to immerse yourself in the beautiful world of bees

nbspoty macro category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

MACRO

nbspoty in flight category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

IN FLIGHT

nbspoty harvest category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

HARVEST

nbspoty flowers category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

FLOWERS

nbspoty queen category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

QUEEN

nbspoty people category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

BEEKEEPERS

nbspoty honeycomb category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

WAX & COMB

nbspoty drinking category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

DRINKING

nbspoty hives category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

NBS AT HOME

nbspoty urban category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

FRIENDS

nbspoty dusk/dawn category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

1 OF A KIND

nbspoty funny category for nbs national bee supplies photography competition

FUNNY

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January Newsletter

Exclusive Advice with Beekeeper Kasper Happy New Year from all of us at National Bee Supplies! January is a very quiet month in the apiary, but there are still a few jobs for you to do; It’s not too late to treat your hives for varroa mites

December 23rd, 2021|General|

December Newsletter

Exclusive Advice with Beekeeper Kasper To keep warm during the Winter, bees cluster together and eat the stores they collected in Summer. It’s important not to unnecessarily disturb the hives during this time.  I am treating the bees at National Bee Supplies apiary with Api-bioxal this December.

December 3rd, 2021|General|
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