Beekeeping bee keeping apiculture bees honey 200 books on DVD ~ 3 DVD Set

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Bees and beekeeping books

  200 books on DVD

~3 DVD volume set~


Now  YOU can learn about bees and beekeeping from the comfort of your own home with this amazing collection of 200 books on DVD.

This EBook collection includes 100's of pages of information. The Ebooks are high quality copies of the original books from the early 18th and 19th centuries.

Just look at what you get in this great collection:


·        How to Keep Bees for Profit (1920) – By: D. Everett Lyon – 384 pages
·        A Practical Treatise on the Hive and Honey-Bee (1865) – By: L.L. Langstroth – 474 pages
·        Wax Craft: All About Beeswax (1908) – By: T. W. Cowan – 208 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 27 (1899) – 878 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 26 (1898) – 868 pages
·        Bees (1911) – By: E. F. Phillips – 52 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 50 (1922) – 888 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 47 (1919) – 896 pages
·        A Manual or an Easy Method of Managing Bees: In the Most Profitable Manner to Their Owner (1837) – By: John M. Weeks – 78 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 13 (1885) – 798 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 7 (1894) – 358 pages
·        Every Step in Beekeeping (1921) – By: Benjamin Wallace Douglass – 233 pages
·        Bee Keeping: A Discussion of the Life of the Honeybee and of the Production of Honey (1923) – By: Everett Franklin Phillips – 508 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 41 (1913) – 1542 pages
·        Southern Bee Culture (1908) – By: J. J. Wilder – 174 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 43 (1903) – 862 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 5 (1887) – By: S.M.Locke – 360 pages
·        Beehives and Bee Keeper’s Appliances (1911) – By: Paul N. Hasluck – 166 pages
·        American Honey Plants: Together With Those Which are of Special Value to the Keekeeper as Sources of Pollen (1920) – By: Frank C. Pellet – 312 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 17 (1881) – 424 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 42 (1902) – 844 pages
·        Guide to Bee-Keeping in British Columbia (1911) – By: F. Dundas Todd – 64 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 35 (1895) – 850 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 24 (1896) – 824 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 46 (1918) – 840 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 50 (1910) – 412 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 24 (1888) – 660 pages
·        Mysteries of Bee-Keeping Explained (1918) – By: M. Quinby – 422 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 8 (1872-73) – 300 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 5 (1869-70) – 284 pages
·        Productive Bee-Keeping: Modern Methods of Production and Marketing of Honey (1918) – By: Frank C. Pellett – 330 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 2 (1884) – By: S.M.Locke – 306 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 12 – 13 (1902 - 1903) – 866 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 45 (1917) – 1040 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 8 (1898) – 268 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 6 (1878) – 428 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 10 (1892) – By: S.M.Locke – 212 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 21 (1885) – 636 pages
·        Bees and Honey or the Management of an Apiary for Pleasure and Profit (1882) – By: Thomas G. Newman – 168 pages
·        Bees for Pleasure and Profit: A Guide to the Manipulation of Bees, The Production of Honey, and The General Management of the Apiary (1921) – By: G. Gordon Samson – 160 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 29 (1901) – 920 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 31 (1903) – 1040 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 15 (1887) – 882 pages
·        Observations on the Natural History of Bees (1841) – By: Francis Huber – 399 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 9 (1873) – 158 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 18 (1890) – 812 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 4 (1891) – 356 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 3 (1867-8) – 256 pages
·        Langsthroth on the Hive and Honey Bee (1889) – By: Chas. Dadant and Son – 622 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 15 (1879) – 588 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 34 (1894) – 576 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 39 (1899) – 842 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 25 (1897) – 838 pages
·        How to Produce Extracted Honey (1904) – By: The A.I.Root Company – 36 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 35 (1908) – 1652 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 7 (1871-72) – 300 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 4 (1886) – By: S.M.Locke – 318 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 44 (1904) – 908pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 49 (1921) – 872 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 40 (1900) – 842 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 16 (1888) – 916 pages
·        The Bee-Keeper’s Guide or Manual of the Apiary (1902) – By: A. J. Cook – 558 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 5 (1892) – 354 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 56-57 (1916 - 1917) – 876 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 12 (1899) – 484 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 36 (1909) – 1560 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 8 (1889) – 588 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 37 (1897) – 844 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 10 (1882) – 570 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 21 (1893) – 870 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 4 (1894) – 204 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 23-24 (1910 - 1911) – 836 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 6 (1893) – 380 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 16 (1906) – 402 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 6 (1896) – 380 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 17 (1907) – 466 pages
·        Mysteries of Bee-Keeping Explained: Being a Complete Analysis of the Whole Subject (1857) – By: M. Quinby – 406 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 40 (1912) – 1494 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 48 (1920) – 836 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 38 (1910) – 838 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 54 (1914) – 444 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 6 (1870-71) – 304 pages
·        A Radical Cure for the Swarming Habit of Bees (1910) – By: Henry Jones – 44 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 49 (1909) – 444 pages
·        Humanity to Honey Bees: or Practical Directions for the Management of Honey Bees (1832) – By: Thomas Nutt – 279 pages
·        Fifty Years Among the Bees (1911) – By: C. C. Miller – 364 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 1 (1883) – By: S.M.Locke – 210 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 29 (1892) – 564 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 20 (1892) – 866 pages
·        Manual of The Apiary (1880) – By: A. J. Cook – 340 pages
·        A Manual of Bee-Keeping (1875) – By: John Hunter – 250 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 22 (1886) – 640 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 14 (1886) – 924 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 17-18 (1904 - 1905) – 904 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 4 (1876) – 340 pages
·        Bee-Keeping By Twentieth Century Methods (1911) – By: J.E. Hand – 71 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 45 (1905) – 926 pages
·        The Handy Book of Bees: Being A Practical Treatise on Their Profitable Management (1870) – By: A. Pettigrew – 241 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 60-61 (1920 - 1921) – 972 pages
·        Bee Keeping in the South (1920) – By: Kennith Hawkins – 136 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 10 (1896) – 398 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 33 (1894) – 584 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 26 (1890) – 656 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 4 (1868-9) – 260 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 27-28 (1914 - 1915) – 1054 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 3 (1890) – 244 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 17 (1889) – 904 pages
·        Practical Queen Bee Rearing (1918) – By: Frank C. Pellett – 116 pages
·        A Description of the Bar-And-Frame-Hive (1851) – By: John Van Voorst – 65 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 53 (1913) – 442 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 1 (1891) – 208 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 3 (1885) – By: S.M.Locke – 312 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 25-26 (1912 - 1913) – 1080 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 30 (1902) – 968 pages
·        Dadant System of Beekeeping (1920) – By: C. P. Dadant – 140 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 47 (1907) – 780 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 18 (1882) – 844 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 2 (1889) – 228 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 6 (1888) – By: S.M.Locke – 244 pages
·        The Truth About Sweet Clover (1910) – By: A. I. Root Company – 106 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 25 (1889) – 650 pages
·        The ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture (1910) – By: A. I. Root – 598 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 13-14 (1877-1878) – 744 pages
·       Advanced Bee-Culture: Its Methods and Management (1905) – By: W. Z. Hutchinson – 244 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 19 (1891) – 818 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 46 (1906) – 1,068 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 34 (1907) – 1652 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 28 (1891) – 596 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 51 (1911) – 396 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 11 (1883) – 796 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 14 – 15 (1904 – 1905) – 874 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 28 (1900) – 902 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 30 (1892) – 554 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 7 (1885) – 474 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 9 (1881) – 594 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 16 (1903) – 466 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 32 (1904) – 1156 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 19 (1906) – 444 pages
·        Complete Guide to the Management of Bees (1852) – By: William White – 81 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 23 (1887) – 640 pages
·        The Bee-Keeper’s Handy Book: Or Twenty-Two Years Experience in Queen-Rearing (1883) – By: Henry Alley – 234 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 37 (1910) – 1548 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 52 (1912) – 404 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 8 (1895) – 372 pages
·        The Apiarian, Or, A Practical Treatise on the Management of Bees (1840) – By: William M. Hall – 52 pages
·        How to Keep Bees (1911) – By: Arthur C. Miller – 44 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 32 (1893) – 540 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 10 – 11 (1900 - 1901) – 774 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 19 (1883) – 644 pages
·        The Honey-Money Stories (1905) – By: Paul Point – 72 pages
·        The Rearing of Queen Bees (1905) – By: E. F. Phillips – 44 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 31 (1893) – 532 pages
·        The American Apiculturist: A Journal Devoted to Scientific and Practical Bee-Keeping Volume 9 (1891) – By: S.M.Locke – 194 pages
·        The Practical Bee-Master: How to Manage Bees Either in Straw Hive or in Boxes Without Destroying Them (1744) -  By: John Keys – 418 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 41 (1901) – 844 pages
·        The Bee-Keepers’ Review Volume 14 (1901) – 298 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 43 (1915) – 1126 pages
·        Practical BeeKeeping (1907) – By: Ralph Beton – 90 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 55 (1915) – 444 pages
·        New Observations on the Natural History of Bees (1806) – By: Francis Huber – 327 pages
·        The Honey-Bee: Its Natural History, Physiology, and Management (1827) – By: Edward Bevan – 444 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 5 (1895) – 372 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 36 (1896) – 858 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 2 (1892) – 198 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 23 (1895) – 872 pages
·        The Honey-Bee: Its Nature, Homes, and Products (1884) – By: W. H. Harris – 298 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 3 (1875) – 236 pages
·        Facts about Bees (1907) – By: E. R. Root – 70 pages
·        The American Bee Keeper Volume 7 (1897) – 396 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 33 (1905) – 1384 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 1-2 (1873) – 296 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 44 (1916) – 1578 pages
·        Producing, Preparing, Exhibiting, & Judging Bee Produce (1912) – By: William Herrod – 194 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 20 (1884) – 844 pages
·        Bees; Their Habits, Management, and Treatment (1893) – By: Rev. J. G. Wood – 138 pages
·        The American Bee Journal Volume 27 (1891) – 618 pages
·        The Pearce New Method of Bee Keeping (1915) – By: Joseph A. Pearce – 60 pages
·        The Bee-Master of Warrilow (1907) – By: Tickner Edwardes – 90 pages
·        How to Keep Bees: A Handbook for the Use of Beginners (1905) – By: Anna Botsford Comstock – 276 pages
·        Gleanings in Bee Culture Volume 39 (1911) – 1538 pages
·        First Lessons in Beekeeping (1919) – By: C.P. Dadant – 193 pages



Plus receive 20 surprise bonus beekeeping books!

That’s a total of 200 ebooks.


 

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