Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers
Honey Extractor Rental Program CLOSED until July 2018
Need to extract your honey? You can rent the club's radial & motorized honeyextractor for a nominal $30 fee (2 days), available to current and active association members. Please read the Rules & Info and review the most current Reservation's List. Next, send a reservation request via emal to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get back to you asap. 2-day rental limit. The club extractor only holds six (6) medium (6 5/8" Illinois-sized super) frames only - sorry but this will not accommodate larger (deep) frame sizes.
The June Bee FunDay-full of demos, classes, speakers, lunch, honey ice-cream -everything to do with honey, bees, and MORE information here!
OPEN for 2018 - (seasonal event)
6:00PM Meet at Joli's & Cecil's house
Inspect a couple of different hives
Bring your own protection
19201 S Clare Rd., Spring Hill KS 66083
please call 913-593-3562 or email email@example.com so we'll know how many to expect for the session
$10 donation to NEKBA Scholarship Fd
Veterans are exempt for the $10 donation
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Leavenworth County Fair 2018
It was great having you come see our NEKBA Leavenworth County Beekeepers in action as they demonstrated extracting and selling honey directly at the grounds inside with A/C, of course! The 2017 fair will be from Tuesday thru Saturday, July 26th thru July 30th 2018, at the fairgrounds in Tonganoxie, Kansas 405 W 4th St, Tonganoxie, KS 66086 (more LVCO info) (FB page)
Johnson County Fair 2018
Fair is always a family event- even watching livestock! Monday, July 31th thru Saturday, August 6th, 2018. Thanks for visiting our beekeeping booth! It always a warm (hot) few days. (more JOCO info) "Come have a 'Squealing' Good Time" -the 2018 JOCO Fair theme. (FB page)
BEE FUNDAY 2018 WHEN: Saturday, June 2, 2018 Where: Lawrence, KS
Use this button if you'd like to go to the 2018 Bee FunDay information page.
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LOCATION: Douglas County Fairgrounds in Lawrence, KS (Map is shown above)
COST: $55 for pre-registrations before May 22, 2018; $65 after May 22nd; $17.50 for ages 6-18
FARM-to-TABLE CELEBRATION DINNER: $65 (at the Fairgrounds - see flyer and registration for details)
REGISTRATION: Print & mail or use PayPal to register. 2018 NEKBA Bee FunDay Registration (download)
SEE WHO IS COMING: 2018 Bee FunDay Flyer
Trying to work out the sugar-to-water ratio (1:1 or 2:1) for feeding sugar syrup to your bees? Here's a link to a spreadsheet calculator. (Page Link) Download and save the calculator for future reference.
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Beekeeping is an increasingly popular, enjoyable, and deliciously rewarding hobby. As a local association, we offer you some advice on how to get started in 2018.
Upcoming Events: Spring 2018 KHPA Meeting in McPherson March 9-10, 2018.
Keynote Speakers: Dr. Dewy Caron, Randy Oliver
What Else? Great learning, networking & business-building
Extensive Vendor Showcase - come meet our vendors and check out equipment for the season.
Kansas Honey Producers' (State Beekeepers') Assoc
most recent newsletterFebruary 2018 "The Cappings" (1st Qtr 2018)
The association connects you with other beekeepers, and supports a common effort to promote and protect bees, and the beekeeping industry, of which we are all a part.
Join the effort. It’s worth it. You are making an investment with many returns.
The Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers Association has a more than 70th year legacy of supporting beekeeping in the Mid-West. Learn more about us. 1948 to 2018 - It's our Platinum Jubilee !!!
2018 Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas SAVE THE DATES! Sept 7th thru 16th
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We depend on volunteers to help promote our state's most beneficial insect and products as well as education and dealing directly with the fair public. Want to learn how to market honey? Come join us in Hutchinson. The 2018 Kansas State Fair runs from September 7 thru September 16, 2018, Friday thru Sunday. Selling honey is a fun way to meet the crowds and talk about bees.
Upcoming State Beekeeper Events for Fall 2018 Kansas Honey Producers meeting-save the dates- October 26 & 27, 2018, Great Bend, Kansas. The fall 2018 meeting of the Kansas Honey Producers will be held in Great Bend Kansas at the Best Western and Perkins. Details will be available soon after the spring meeting. Please “Save the date”.
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2018 kansas honey producers SPRING meeting!
(Kansas state beekeepers)
An evening meeting is just not enough sometimes. Join us for a 2-day bee conference for all levels and commercial as well as hobbyist. Meeting MARCH 9 &10, 2018 in McPherson, KS (Friday & Saturday).
Organizers are busy planning. Details are available here. We have two (2) key-note speakers coming. See you there for another exciting beekeeping year!
KHPA 2018 Kansas Honey Producers Meeting Information Friday and Saturday in McPherson, KS. Details for the 2018 March Registration & Program Details are available now. Register online below.
EXPLORING THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF BEEKEEPING TOGETHER
For honey bees and beekeepers, we give each season our best effort in making an indispensable contribution to our rich and healthy environment. It is not just because we have a special delicacy but due to our passion and responsibility to the world in which we all live.