from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See apiarist.
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- n. A person who maintains hives and keeps bees, especially for the production of honey.
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- n. a farmer who keeps bees for their honey
Yes | No | Report from Jeff4066 wrote 33 weeks 4 days ago beekeeper is right:
I am not saying beekeeper is wrong by any means, but where Im from a jiggerpole is a long cane pole with a relatively short line attached.
Turns out I can now buy ammo (thanks again beekeeper) and now I am faced with hunting it or not.
At this suggestion of a friend, I called beekeeper Laurey Masterton at Laurey's Gourmet to
On the positive side, though, the odds of dating a beekeeper are about 88,001 to 1.
The fire chief says, "The correct way to do that is to call a beekeeper."
The fire chief said, "The correct way to do that is to call a beekeeper."
Honey bees are protected by federal law, so if you see a swarm, call a beekeeper to move them.
While he thinks it would seem like second nature to call a beekeeper when a swarm is discovered, exterminators are the ones who generally get the call.
John Mynard, a North Alabama Bee Inspector, said if you see an active beehive near your house, call a beekeeper to remove it.
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