Sometimes the best way to learn how to manage difficult situations with your hives or simply gain valuable knowledge about beekeeping is to communicate with other seasoned professionals. Especially with the rapid bee losses commercial beekeepers have experienced, it has been difficult trying to make any decision as far as what you should or should not do. In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, hosts, June Stoyer and Tom Theobald will talk to the President of the Boulder County Beekeepers Association, beekeeper, Miles McGaughey. Stay tuned! Bio: Miles McGaughey was born in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska and was raised in the town of Longmont, Colorado. He grew up in the country and was always fascinated with insects as a boy. Miles has been a beekeeper for 24 years. He began his love of beekeeping by catching a wild swarm with no equipment. He has been in love with bees ever since! Miles is currently the Boulder County Beekeepers Association president for the last two terms. Miles also is an 8th degree black belt of Jujitsu (the gentle art). Miles, his wife and their three daughters own and operate Mountain Warrior Honey. Miles is also the building and grounds manager of the Longmont YMCA, a community resource dedicated to healthy life styles.
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