Honeybee Survey

NM Beekeepers 2016-2017 Survey

You can find the survey here: NM Beekeepers 2016-2017 Survey If you keep honeybees in New Mexico, take a few minutes to answer 28 questions. You have until the June 10, 2017. Please submit only one survey per individual or Business. All Questions apply to 2016-2017. If you know of any other beekeepers in NM,…

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2016-2017 National Colony Loss and Management Survey, Bee Informed Partnership

Take the Bee Informed Partnership National Colony Loss and Management Surveys by following this link: http://26.selectsurvey.net/beeinformed/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=2017 The National Management Survey is conducted annually in conjunction with the Colony Loss Survey. The two surveys are aimed at looking for relationships between colony losses and colony management (including disease treatment strategies, supplemental feeding, etc.) and/or other factors that may influence colony…

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NM Beekeepers 2015-2016 Survey

You can find the survey here: NM Beekeepers 2015-2016 Survey If you keep honeybees in New Mexico, take a few minutes to answer 28 questions. You have until the June 10, 2016. Please submit only one survey per individual or Business. All Questions apply to 2015-2016. If you know of any other beekeepers in NM,…

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USDA and NMDA Honeybee Survey Training

Ryan Hiles, State Survey Coordinator, Entomology and Nursery Industries Division, NMDA traveled to Bosque Farms on July 17, 2015 to train the Surveyers for the APHIS National Honeybee Sampling Survey. The NM Beekeepers Association has a contract with the NMDA to sample 24 bee yards around New Mexico this year. If you have a yard…

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2015 NM Honeybee Survey

The Honeybee Survey is back! The NM Beekeepers Association is working under contract with the US Department of Agriculture and the NM Department of Agriculture to conduct the 2015 Honeybee Sampling Survey in New Mexico. We are looking for apiaries with more then 8 Langstroth hives on a single property, anywhere in New Mexico for…

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2014-2015 Colony Loss and National Management Survey

The 2014-2015 Colony Loss and National Management Survey is now up and running. This survey is managed by the Bee Informed Partnership and sponsored by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The survey will only be open from April 1st-April 30th 2015. Please take the time to record your management practices and losses experienced. …

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DriftWatch in New Mexico

NM DriftWatch MAP The New Mexico Department of Agriculture recently purchased the DriftWatch registry for NM producers, beekeepers, and pesticide applicators. This is a voluntary web based tool that will be available beginning August 6, 2014. NMDA is excited to extend this Drift prevention tool for the people of NM. What is DriftWatch? The DriftWatch®…

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Upcoming Bee Informed Survey

Are you ready to survey?  The Bee Informed Partnership (BIP) is a USDA/NIFA (U.S. Department of Agriculture/National Institute of Food and Agriculture) funded project with the stated goal of reducing colony losses. The program is a collaboration of research institutions, Universities and beekeepers in the US.  It is now time for your active participation!  BIP…

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