WBKA Document Library

We have a growing collection of documents, booklets and video aids.

To help you find what you need we’ve created a virtual library, please feel free to browse.

Bilingaul cards

Cardiau dwyieithog

Diseases and Pests of the Honey Bee Read Now Clefydau a Phlâu y Wenyen Fêl darllenwch
Booklets   llyfryn  
Comb Management  (Wally Shaw)
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Rheoli Crwybrau (gan Wally Shaw) darllenwch 
Harvesting Honey  (Wally Shaw) Read Now Cynaefu Mêl (gan Wally Shaw) darllenwch
Swarm Control: An Apiary Guide (Wally Shaw)       Read Now Canllaw’r Wenynfa I Reoli Heidiau (gan Wally Shaw)
Comb Managment (WBKA/WAG)   Read Now

Rheoli Crwybrau

Feeding Bees (WAG) Read Now

Bwydo Gwenyn

Dealing With A Colony That’s ReQueening (Wally Shaw) Read Now

There Are Queen Cells In My Hive (Wally Shaw) Read Now

Mae celloedd brehines yn fy nghwch gwenyn – beth dylwn I ei wneud? – gan Wally Shaw



Simple Methods of Making Increase(Wally Shaw)  Read Now

Dulliau Syml o Gynyddu – gan Wally Shaw



Heather Honey: Beekeeping With Altitude (Peter McFadden)  Read Now Mêl grug, mêl y mynydd (Peter McFadden) darllenwch
How To Win Prizes At Honey Shows (Peter McFadden) Read Now Sut mae ennill gwobrau yn y Sioe Fêl (Peter McFadden) darllenwch
Preparing bees for winter (Peter McFadden) Read Now  Paratoi’r gwenyn at y gaeaf (Peter McFadden)
Design & Construction Of Open Mesh Floors (Wally Shaw) Read Now  
Advantages Of Open Mesh Floors (Wally Shaw) Read Now  
The Many Uses Of A Snelgrove Board (Wally Shaw)   Read Now  
Snelgrove Board Design & Construction (Wally Shaw) Read Now  
Locally Adapted Bees (Wally Shaw)

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Simple Hive Record Card

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Honey Bee Disease

It’s important for all beekeepers to be familiar with the appearance of healthy worker brood, in order to recognise abnormalities which may indicate the presence of disease. This booklet from the WBKA covers the main disease symptoms, with descriptions and pictures: 

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Clefydau Gwenyn Mêl – gan Wally Shaw darllenwch

                                        Last Page update 15/04/2019