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A Modern Bee-Farm and Its Economic Management. Showing How Bees May Be Cultivated as a Means of Livelihood; As a Health-Giving Pursuit; And as a Source of Recreation to the Busy Man. Profits Made Certain by Growing Crops Yielding the Most Honey, Having Also Other Uses; And by Judgment in Breeding a Good Working Strain of Bees. New and Important Information Relating to the Treatment and Cure of Bee-Paralysis, Or the Isle of Wight Disease, Including the Author's Definite Law for Ensuring the Decline of That Malady. Includes a Treatise on Honey : Its Uses in Health and Disease; With Notes on General Health. Also Notes Upon Profitable Grass-Farming and Dairying and Orchard Planting as Suitable Auxiliary Occupations for the Bee-Keeper

By Simmins, Samuel

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Title: A Modern Bee-Farm and Its Economic Management. Showing How Bees May Be Cultivated as a Means of Livelihood; As a Health-Giving Pursuit; And as a Source of Recreation to the Busy Man. Profits Made Certain by Growing Crops Yielding the Most Honey, Having Also Other Uses; And by Judgment in Breeding a Good Working Strain of Bees. New and Important Information Relating to the Treatment and Cure of Bee-Paralysis, Or the Isle of Wight Disease, Including the Author's Definite Law for Ensuring the Decline of That Malady. Includes a Treatise on Honey : Its Uses in Health and Disease; With Notes on General Health. Also Notes Upon Profitable Grass-Farming and Dairying and Orchard Planting as Suitable Auxiliary Occupations for the Bee-Keeper  
Author: Simmins, Samuel
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Language: English
Subject: Bee culture, Bees, Beehives
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1914
Publisher: Health-Field, Sussex; The Author

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1856, S. S. (1914). A Modern Bee-Farm and Its Economic Management. Showing How Bees May Be Cultivated as a Means of Livelihood; As a Health-Giving Pursuit; And as a Source of Recreation to the Busy Man. Profits Made Certain by Growing Crops Yielding the Most Honey, Having Also Other Uses; And by Judgment in Breeding a Good Working Strain of Bees. New and Important Information Relating to the Treatment and Cure of Bee-Paralysis, Or the Isle of Wight Disease, Including the Author's Definite Law for Ensuring the Decline of That Malady. Includes a Treatise on Honey : Its Uses in Health and Disease; With Notes on General Health. Also Notes Upon Profitable Grass-Farming and Dairying and Orchard Planting as Suitable Auxiliary Occupations for the Bee-Keeper. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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Cornell University Library

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Catalan language ; Premiada en els Jocs Florals de Barcelona de l'any 1896--Cover.

 

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