Day 4 – Healthy Bee, Heavy Hive (nf)

Book: Healthy Bees, Heavy Hive

Author: Steve Donohoe, Paul Horton, Simon Paterson

Category: Fiction – Non-fiction instructional

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All 100 hooks:

1What’s hindering your bees from having a bumper crop?
2What your bees don’t tell you about making honey
3How to have a bumper honey crop, even if you’re new to beekeeping
4What do bees need to produce bumper crops of honey?
5Honey: How to get bees to make more per year
6Money making honey making
7The best ways to keep a healthy hive and have bumper crops
8The fast-track to taking a small hive or hobby to the next level
9Learn how to read your bees
10The ultimate guide to harvesting honey with bumper crops year on year
11Can you tell a healthy hive from a struggling one?
12The secrets of commercial bee farmers
13Money for honey: Creating a sustainable bee keeping business
14Bees like to keep busy. Here’s how to give them a helping hand
15Imagine creating a health apiary and sustainable honey business
16Would you rather have a variable honey yeild, or a predicatable crop year in year out?
17Create a thriving hive and sustainalbe honey yeilds
18Learn the fundamental principles to navigating the beekeeping season, harvesting, processing, and marketing
19If you want healthy bees and a honey-heavy hive, then you need know what the bees know. 
20The bees will tell you what they want, you just have to learn to read them
21Beautifully illustrated, with colour photographs, Health Bees, Healthy Hive is full of expertise about creating heavy but healthy hives
22Do you know which flowers produce which flavours of honey?
23From honey bee health, queens, forage plants, and moving bees, Healthy Bees, Heavy Hives is informative with an honest and humorous narrative.
24If you want a predictable honey yeild, but don’t know how to go about it…
25How to create the best conditions for a healthy hive and a predictable honey yeild
26Creating a thriving hive in a challenging environment
27Help bees make a flavourfull honey people can’t wait to buy
28The secrets of commercial bee farming and the tricks to predictable honey yeilds
29The little mistakes that hobbyist beekeepers make
30The beekeeper who’s hives predicatably make 130lbs of honey per year
31Are you ever overwhlemed by all the beekeeping advice?
32The health of the hive depends on the queen – learn how to rear a good one
33Why experienced beekeepers priorities bee health
34Creating a healthly hive so they can create more of the golden sticky stuff
35What commerical beekeepers do to boost honey crops thorughout the seasons
36How a hobbiest turned professional beekeeper with hives that produce 130lbs of honey per year
37Discover the secrets to reading bees and creating a health hive for bumper honey crops
38Thousands of pounds of honey is made commercially every year, here’s how they do it
39The secrets to honey-heavy crops that lie hidden inside your hive
40Is the health of honey bees worth prioritising
41Everywhere bees are telling us what they need. But can you understand them?
42Why prioritise bee health over increasing hive counts for greater honey yeilds
43The bees who want to make more honey, and the things that hold them back
44The beekeeper who can read the bees
45Throw away your misconceptions, learn the commercial secrets to a healthy hive and maximise your honey crop
46The right way to a healthy, honey-heavy hive
47This is the good beekeepers guide to creating a healthy hive and predictable honey harvests
48If you were given an instruction manual to keeping healthy bees, this would be it
49Suppose your hive made more honey than you knew what to do with?
50What every beekeeper ought to know about creating a health hive to maximise their honey crop
51Creating a sticky goldmine: how to help bees thrive and maximise your honey crop 
52How professionals manage colonies of bees for profit. 
53The UK’s foremost bee farmers, Paul Horton dives into how to create a thriving hive 
54Take advantage of modern hive management techniques to create a healthy hive and healthly honey profit.
55A professional beekeepers guide to creating a sticky goldmine
56The bees have seen it all before – learn what they know and get the best out them
57What your bees don’t tell you…but commercial farmers know
58Help bees thrive in the face of climate change and profit from it
59Paul Horton, a second-generation bee farmer from Lincolnshire, and a director of the Bee Farmers’ Association, brings you the lastest in bee keeping wisdom
60Helping you mazimise honey yields with this beautifully illustrated, instructional book about getting the best from your bees. Great photos of crops to aid identification
61“Very clear, easy to read instructions on how to increase a honey crop.” Amazon Reivewer
62Paul Horton, a director of the Bee Farmers’ Association, makes 130lbs of honey per year – national average is 25lbs – here’s how does it
63Find out which flowers produce which flavours in the nation’s favourite golden sticky stuff.
64“Great book if you’re starting out or even been in beekeeping a while and wanting to take a step into professional beekeeping.” Amazon Review
65Find out what the bees know with these fundamental principles of the beekeeping season, harvesting, processing, and marketing
66Explore the distinctive realm of migratory beekeeping in the UK, a subject rarely covered well elsewhere.
67How to foster healthy bees and cultivatie hives laden with honey.
68Prioritising honey bee health: powerful methods applicable to both hobbyists and professionals 
69A bumper crop of honey? Increasing yeild with decreasing forage
70Read the bees and know when and how to act for a bumper honey crop
71Inside the hive mind: learn the secrets of healthy beekeeping to cultivate bumper crops
72How to mitigate the risk of low forage for busy bees and have bumper crops instead
73Beekeepers, don’t be fooled: Even in low forage years, good honey yeilds are possible
74A 2nd generation beekeeper gives away his family secrets to bumper honey crops 
75Don’t get stung by outdated methods of beekeeping…
76Bees have a lot to lose if the colony isn’t healthy. Here’s how to help them thrive (and produce a bumper crop)
77Are your bees working as hard as they could be?
78Honey traps, and how the best beekeepers avoid them
79How to make your bee hive into a sticky goldmine
80The director of the Bee Farmers’ Association shares everything he knows
81Turn honey into money while maintaining a healthy hive
82The best beekeeping advice for the modern honey-maker
83A professional beekeeper’s guide to working with bees 
84Beautifully illustrated with colour photos, take a hobby or smaller bee farm on to the next stage.
85How to take your beekeeping hobby or small apiary to the next level
86Right and wrong beekeeping methods – and the little pointers that will increase your honey crop
87For beekeepers who want to increase their honey crops
88How much is ‘bad internet advice’ hurting your hive and limiting your honey yeild?
89The crimes we commit against our bees
90Are your bees struggling to produce enough honey?
91Who ever heard of the beekeep who makes 130lbs of honey per year?
92Advice to beekeepers whose bees don’t produce enough honey – by a professional, 2nd generation beekeeper
93The secrets of getting bees to produce more honey
94Take any type of hive, in any location, and turn it into a thriving goldmine for bees and profit
95Make more profits from your bee hive
96Profit more from your hardworking bees
97Bees know more than you think, learn how to read them
98Turning honey into gold, without killing the colony
99How to help your bees work their magic
100Is it really possible to make a living from bees?

Summary: Trying to break up the writing into sprints – keep getting interrupted by the builders. Although, I’m finding longer sprints better than shorter sprints.

Time taken: 2hrs 55 mins

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