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The Ethics of Beekeeping

By: John M Whitaker(Author)
116 pages, 13 colour photos
The Ethics of Beekeeping
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  • The Ethics of Beekeeping ISBN: 9781912271245 Paperback Jun 2018 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

This small book tries to set out where, in beekeeping, there are ethical choices to be made. The choices are complicated as they impinge not just on the beekeeper, but also on the welfare of the bees, other beekeepers and society in general. Due to the very nature of ethical choices, there will be contradictions and counter arguments. This is not a book to tell you how to keep bees ethically. How you chose to keep your bees is your decision. This book simply rehearses for the reader the ethical arguments that may arise when keeping bees.

Contents

1. Ethics
2. The Honey Bee Nest
3. Natural Beekeeping
4. Handling the Bees
5. Nutrition
6. Diseases of the Honey Bee
7. Breeding
8. Other Beekeepers
9. Our Neighbours and Fellow Citizens
10. The Economics of Beekeeping
11. A Final Note

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By: John M Whitaker(Author)
116 pages, 13 colour photos
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