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Library: A Comprehensive Guide to Preparing Exhibits for a Honey Show
 

Title:      A Comprehensive Guide to Preparing Exhibits for a Honey Show
Categories:      BBKA Module 2 - Honey bee Products and Forage
BookID:      108
Authors:      David Shannon, David Shannon
ISBN-10(13):      9781908904812
Publisher:      Northern Bee Books
Publication date:      2015-10-13
Number of pages:      68
Language:      English
Price:      7.31 GBP
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Product Description
David Shannon, a beekeeper for over 15 years, has kept 30-40 colonies in Yorkshire. He has an enthusiastic interest in preparing a variety of hive products for the show in Harrogate (Supreme Champion twice) and the Royal Show at Stoneleigh (winning the most points, a Bronze Medal, and the Brydon Trophy for his mead). Whilst still showing his products, he has turned his attention to judging and gained his Senior Honey Judging Certificate at the National Honey Show in 2014, as well as encouraging and supporting new exhibitors. Additionally, David Shannon has Gained his Husbandry Certificate which allows him to examine beekeepers for their basic assessment. He hopes in the future to study beekeeping at a greater depth with the long term prospect of becoming a Master Beekeeper. With experience on both sides of the show bench, David is able to give practical, sound and detailed advice to those who wish to gain prizes at honey shows and how they can avoid the pitfalls, though often small, which can make the difference between success and failure.


Product Description
David Shannon, a beekeeper for over 15 years, has kept 30-40 colonies in Yorkshire. He has an enthusiastic interest in preparing a variety of hive products for the show in Harrogate (Supreme Champion twice) and the Royal Show at Stoneleigh (winning the most points, a Bronze Medal, and the Brydon Trophy for his mead). Whilst still showing his products, he has turned his attention to judging and gained his Senior Honey Judging Certificate at the National Honey Show in 2014, as well as encouraging and supporting new exhibitors. Additionally, David Shannon has Gained his Husbandry Certificate which allows him to examine beekeepers for their basic assessment. He hopes in the future to study beekeeping at a greater depth with the long term prospect of becoming a Master Beekeeper. With experience on both sides of the show bench, David is able to give practical, sound and detailed advice to those who wish to gain prizes at honey shows and how they can avoid the pitfalls, though often small, which can make the difference between success and failure.