This is to inform you that you may have to reenter your username and passwords if you use a password manager. I just upgraded us to use SSL so that no one(except maybe the NSA..heh) can listen in on users logging into the system. This will make us much more secure. The reason why you may have to relogin is because the “http” changed to “https” and some password managers think that’s a brand new site(and they should)
Many(though not all) of the old blog posts have been added to the site. I removed some of the announcements about Bee School because I didn’t want it to confuse anyone who was just joining us but many of the articles, links, etc. are available on the site now.
The September meeting will be held at the Scott County Extension office. The meeting will be held at the same time, just at a different location.
We have a new website that is now (mostly) working. The web address is http://www.bluegrassbeekeepers.com
First of all, the classified ads aren’t working until after the next meeting because we have to discuss some things regarding payment. So if you want to put up a classified ad, you’ll just have to wait a couple weeks.
Our forum is operational. You will need to create an account on the system and it will let you post questions, etc. I will be adding things to beef up the security in the next few days so if it asks you to verify one of those “CAPTCHAs”, it’s because we’re trying to make it rough on spammers.
If you would like to contribute to the site either by posting to the blog or submitting news, contact an administrator on the FB page and we’ll get you setup. The same goes if you have suggestions for things you’d like to see on the site. A calendar of events is already in the planning and should be up soon.
The Queen Bee
Please ignore. This is just a test post to see if our website is connected to our Facebook page.
Welcome to the Bluegrass Beekeepers Association’s new website. The new site should be published around June 30, 2016 so please be patient.
John Campbell won the Silver Plate award at the Eastern Apicultural Society’s 2014 conference for his design of a tilting bottling stand.
|Active members of the Kentucky state beekeepers association are eligible to sell honey at the KSBA.honey booth at the Kentucky state fair this is a copy of the current price list.
2014 State Fair Honey Prices
|Type||Selling Price||Price toBkeep (70% of sale price)|
|1 lb jar||8.5||5.95|
|2 lb jar||15||10.5|
|2.5 lb jar||17||11.9|
|5 lb jar||40||28|
|8 ounce bear||5.5||3.85|
|12 ounce bear||7.5||5.25|
|2 ounce bear||3.5||2.45|
|1 lb jar||10||7|
|2 lb jar||16||11.2|
|2.5 lb jar||17||11.9|
|1 lb box||10||7|
|8 ounce jar||8||5.6|
|1 lb jar||11||7.7|
|Bulk Wax lbs||0|