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Bee-keeping at Buckfast Abbey

Adam Brother.

Bee-keeping at Buckfast Abbey

with a section on meadmaking

by Adam Brother.

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Published by Northern Bee in Hebden Bridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bee culture -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed, Geddington , British Bee Publications, 1974?.

    Statementby Brother Adam.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF531.G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(120)p. :
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22027184M
    ISBN 100907908373
    OCLC/WorldCa16089083

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      Beekeeping at Buckfast Abbey by Brother" "Adam, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(37). Karl Kehrle OSB OBE (3 August , Mittelbiberach, Germany – 1 September , Buckfast, Devonshire, England, UK), known as Brother Adam, was a Benedictine monk, beekeeper, and an authority on bee breeding, developer of the Buckfast bee. "He was unsurpassed as a breeder of bees. He talked to them, he stroked them. He brought to the hives a calmness that, according to those who saw Known for: Developer of the Buckfast bee.

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The bee department at Buckfast Abbey has changed from honey production to education. Yes, the bees still make honey, which we harvest for the Benedictine Community who live at the Abbey, but we concentrate on the welfare of the bees and try to practice gentle bee keeping.

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The Buckfast bee was developed by Brother Adam () at Buckfast Abbey, Devon, England. Brother Adam, whose civil name was Karl Kehrle, was born in Mittelbiberach, Germany and became a monk at the age of eleven when he was sent to the monastery by his mother.

The development of the Buckfast bee commenced when a significant portion of the. Beekeeping at Buckfast Abbey was written by Brother Adam who was in charge of all Beekeeping at Buckfast Abbey from to (he resigned as head beekeeper at the age of 93). The book details many of the management principles that he used at that time.

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Buckfast bees can easily adapt to the environment, but especially like wet area where they first lived (British Isles). Bees of this type have a number of different features.

They are resistant to disease, have a keen sense of disadvantage of this bee is the. By following the basic principles first developed by Brother Adam of Buckfast Abbey, we select our breeding queens carefully resulting in bees that are known for their gentleness, generous laying patterns, and abundant honey production.

Read more about Buckfast .Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Beekeeping at Buckfast Abbey (Paperback) at nd: Brother Adam.A high degree of resistance of the Buckfast bee population, quite adequate for practical bee-keeping, was not achieved until aboutafter years of severe selection and not without suffering considerable losses: "In South-West England, the summer of was one of the most favorable ones in this century.