Recent Publications

  • Queen Breeding and Genetics

  • Eigil Holm (2014)

  • After successful publication in Denmark (1995 ) and Germany (1997 ) this 2010 English translation deals with all aspects of mating and queen breeding and is the latest publication of…
  • The Superorganism

  • Bert Hölldobler Edward O. Wilson ()

  • Winner of the Pulitzer prize for the ants. This book as Sir David Attenborough said is a monumental and revelatory insight into one of the great wonders of the world,…
  • Beekeeping and Sustainable Livelihoods

  • Martin Hilmi Nicola Bradbear Danilo Mejia (2011)

  • This booklet is intended to raise awareness and promote beekeeping, among people and organisations involved in supporting small-scale farming as a successful diversification enterprise that small-scale farmers in rural, urban…
  • Splits and Varroa

  • William Hesbach (2016)

  • Bill Hesbach is a beekeeper and honey producer in Cheshire, Ct, where he owns and operates Wind Dance Apiary. Bill studied beekeeping at Rutgers University in NJ and is currently…
  • Honeybees and Wax

  • H. R. Hepburn (2016)

  • "Instead of dirt and poison we have rather chosen to fill our hives with honey and wax; thus furnishing mankind with the two noblest of things, which are sweetness and…
  • The Bee-friendly Beekeeper

  • David Heaf (2012)

  • In recent years, beekeepers on several continents have been suffering heavy losses of colonies. If we, systematically investigate factors causing the losses, we can justifiably ask whether the way in…
  • Taylorʼs of Welwyn

  • Robert Hawker (2016)

  • Thomas Bates Blow was from a working class background and leading a life with little direction until he was befriended by a member of a leading British family: with his…
  • Honey, Natures Golden Healer

  • Gloria Havenhand ()

  • There is growing evidence to show that honey is hugely beneficial to our health, from its antibacterial properties to helping hay fever sufferers. With increasing numbers of people interested in…