migration start in chautara

The season of ajwain flora started in chautara(raj).belt. the bee keeper ready for migration in chautara belt. but there is many problems in chautara belt. the farmers do not allow to keep it bee boxes for it in their field reason that bees will eat flower of jwain.

NECTER START

Beri honey production start in Rajasthan & bhathinda   field.

MESSAGE FOR FOREST DEPARTMENT

a meeting held in punjab taken by punjab chief minister sh parkash singh badal  to devlopment  beekeeping /fisiehre /dairy farming / & many farmers came & he listen to every ones problem /from beekeeping /mr madan sharma discuss many problem with c m/ main problem is forest department not allowed beekeeper/settled his own apiery in forest/ mr parkash singh badal gives notice forest department  to allow beekeeper settled own apaiery in forest /

NEWS 10/9/2012

 

Quality management system of Indian honey for export.

There are mainly two market segments for honey all over the world,namely:

  1. Table honey
  2. industrial honeyN

‘Table honey” is used by households for different consumption. Almost 60-70% of total production of honey is consumed as table honey. Where as “industrial honey” accounts for about 35-40% consumed in industrial products like bakery,Confectionary, cereals,mainly in usa,Japan and Italy. In most industrially developed countries likeU.S.A.,U.K.,Germany, etc. the consumption of industrial honey is as high as 60% However, inIndia, so far there is no such gradation and awareness about honey. In view of the rapid increase in demand of honey, both in indigenous market and export, it is essential to take full advantage and grab the opportunity by way of assured quality.

 

WORLD MARKET OF HONEY

    World honey production has increased consistently since 1980s. The average total world production was 1.12 million tones between 1980 and 2001. Production was stable at 1.12 to 1.15 million tones during 1992 to 1995. World honey production has increased rapidly to 1.27 million tones in 2001. The world honey production is mainly located in Asia, Europe andNorth America. The main honey producing areas in Asia are mostly in china,TurkeyandIndia. The total honey production in these three countries amounts to more than 85%ofAsia’s total output.(bee world,2003). During 1980s, 22-29% of the world honey production was used for international trade. This was stabilized at about 25% since 1990. World honey export increased from 211,400 to 309,200 tones between 1980 and 1986 and that fell to 261,600 tones in 1988. It was increased from 280,000 to 308,000 tones in 1991 to 1995 and then declined. However, world honey exports increasing and reaching as high as 374,500 tones in 2000.Asiais the biggest exporting continent. There is a great demand for Indian honey in developed countries, if proper quality, as per international standards, are maintained. Quality of Indian honey well comparable to that of international/Codex standards. Quality of Indian forest honey also can be improved by proper collection and processing.

 

EXPORTS OF INDIAN HONEY TO DIFFERENT COUNTRIES  

 

There has been a remarkable increase almost three times of total exports of honey.Germanyis a biggest buyer of Indian honey and almost doubled the supply of honey in four years.U.S.A.is the second largest country for consumption of Indian honey. Almost 2000 tones honey was exported toU.S.A.during the year 2002-2003. the total quantity of Indian honey exported was 5961 M.T. at value of Rs.4593 lakhs. Hardly 7to10 countries are benefited by the exports of the Indian honey. Therefore, at several other prospective countries of Asia,Africaand Europe etc., may be covered under exports of Indian honey, projecting the vast scope.

Beekeeping Training In Patiala, Punjab, India.

Nepali Beekeeper coming pau Ludhiana

 

A nepali beekeeper group  coming pau ludhiana (punjab-india ) for training  for beekeeping

 

 

 

BEEKEEPING TRAINING IN PAU PATIALA

A one week workshop on “Basic Beekeeping” was organized at/by Punjab Agriculture University, Patiala commencing from 29 August, 2012 to 5 September, 2012. Dr. Hardeeep Singh Sabhikhi conducted the lectures which included both theory and practical sessions. The topics covered during the classes included details of Beekeeping Equipments, Processes to open and inspect the hives, Various activities to perform during different Seasons, Anticipating various problems and their preventions, Various diseases and their potential remedies, Capturing a Swarm, Replacing and raising Queen, Honey harvesting etc. Apart from these standard issues related to beekeeping, participants of the workshop were guided about the ways to take loans and subsidies for beekeeping as a profession.

 

The participants expressed that the workshop was helpful to them for gaining basic knowledge and served as a beneficial platform to enter the Beekeeping business.b

bee keeper meeting in pau

 

A one day beekeeper awerness programe in pau ludhina.on 5/9/2012.under progresve bee keeper assosation .

TRAINING PROGROM

kejriwal  bee care (p) ltd start training programe in feild .to sep to dec.

NEWS FOR BEE KEEPERS

SALE & PURCHASE OF BEES  COLONIES

RAIN IS START BEE KEEPER READY FOR NEXT SEASON. BEE KEEPER STARTING FOR SALE &PURCHASE OF  BEE  COLONIES. WE ARE REQUEST OF ALL BEE KEEPERS. PLEASE BRING BEE COLONIES CAREFULLY DUE TO RAINY SEASON  AND ALSO WE ARE REQUEST TO ALL BEE KEEPERS  PLEASE BOILED FEED BEFORE FEEDING.