WBKA

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AcronymDefinition
WBKAWelsh Beekeepers Association (UK)
WBKAWarwickshire Beekeepers' Association (UK)
WBKAWater Bank of America Inc.
WBKAWiltshire Beekeepers Association (UK)
WBKAWorld Bloody Knuckles Association
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The survey of 1,446 beekeepers in England and Wales, members of the BBKA and the Welsh Beekeepers Association, found the South East was the most productive area, producing an average 30.1lbs of honey per hive.
The survey of 1,446 beekeepers in Wales and England, members of the BBKA and the Welsh Beekeepers Association, found the south east of England was the most productive area, producing an average 30.1lbs of honey per hive.
22: Welsh Beekeepers Association 2014 spring convention, Hafod a Hendre Hall, Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, LD2 3SY, 8am.
Harold Williams, of the Welsh BeeKeepers Association, will give an interactive talK on beeKeeping.
The Welsh Beekeepers Association (WBKA) has also reported a rising number of thefts in Wales, and has warned its 1,000 members to take precautions.
The Welsh Beekeepers Association is holding its 2014 spring convention at the Royal Welsh showground this Saturday, March 22.
The Welsh Beekeepers Association - to which 19 local independent beekeeping associations are affiliated - will be present at the event and is urging beekeepers, especially newcomers to the craft, to raise their own bees rather than import new ones.
George Thomas Hospice is hosting a talk by honey bee expert Harold Williams, of the Welsh Beekeepers Association, on the role bees play in our everyday lives.
It was the start of a life-long interest in an area which saw him heavily involved in the Welsh Beekeepers Association, introduce hundreds of youngsters to honey production and, in later years, launch a successful apiary business.
22: Welsh Beekeepers Association 2014 spring convention, Royal Welsh showground, LD2 3SY, 8am.
Today, I will be at the Welsh Beekeepers Association Convention at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells with a list of things I need to get and a strong thirst for more knowledge about these fabulous little workaholics.
Worries over deadly new hive diseases will be set aside when members of the 800-strong Welsh Beekeepers Association meet at the Royal Welsh showground on March 29.
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