We have collated around three hours of film comprised of sixteen short black and white films including:
Dade dissecting for Acarine, Rob Manley taking his bees to the heather, Dr. Colin Butler working at Rothamstead, including how he discovered queen substance and a film of the 1965 Royal Show at Stoneleigh.
They may be a bit crackly, but are excellent pieces of beekeeping history, all available on a single, large capacity
memory stick for ONLY £10.
Perfect to show at the end of a meeting or during those long winter evenings!
- A Beekeeper's Notebook - 8 mins
- An Historic Event in Beekeeping - 3 mins
- Bee Tree - 4 mins
- Bees for Hire - 24 mins
- Dissection for Acarine - Dade - 10 mins
- Hive of Industry - 15 mins
- Modern Bee Breeding - 20 mins
- Pages from my Scrapbook - Colin Butler - 15 mins
- Pests or Olenty - 16 mins
- Queen Substance Part 1 Discovery - Colin Butler - 13 mins
- Queen Substance - Part 2 Measurement - Colin Butler - 14 mins
- Royal Show 1965 - 8 mins
- Starting with Bees - 17 mins
- The Life of the Honey Bee - 22 mins
- When Bee Meets Bee - Colin Butler - 19 mins
- With Manley to the Heather - Rob Manley - 11 mins