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Notices

Membership Application Documents:

MBAI Constitution

MBAI Code of Conduct

To join MBAI,

please complete the form on paysubsonline.com from this link: https://paysubsonline.com/Registration/D2AB9E7AECE0D5B7F34524B9DF66AB3A.htm

In the Branch Selection box, please select "2017 Macarthur ABA (Adult/Junior) Membership"

 

 

 


20160930

Australian Honey Bee Industry Biosecurity Code of Practice

 The Australian Honey Bee Industry Biosecurity Code of Practice (the Code) has been developed in consultation with beekeepers and governments to provide a framework for Australian beekeepers to use best-practice biosecurity measures.

 The Code has been developed to incorporate fundamental biosecurity principles into the practices of all Australian beekeepers.

  • Training and Planning
  • Reducing exposure of bees to pests and diseases

  • Controlling pests and diseases

  • Controlling the spread of undetected disease in an apiary

  • Keeping accurate records

  • Hive and equipment maintenance

     

    Some sections of the Code are already mandatory under existing state and territory legislations.

    Some parts of the Code apply to all beekeepers; others apply only to beekeepers with 50 or more hives.

    Source: http://beeaware.org.au/code-of-practice/

 
20160724  

Country of Origin Labelling Guide

 
20160724 labelling explained {added 20160724}  
20160721 Update__varroa_mites_found_in_Annandale_Asian_honey_bee_hive_160721.pdf  
20160705 Varroa jacobsoni and Asian Honey Bee in Queensland {20160705}  

Publications

MBAI NEWSLETTERS:

 

Dates for your diary 

 Next Field Day: is to be held at 9:00am on Sunday 4th February 2018 at the apiary (weather permitting - contact apiary officer Torsten on 0425357643 after 5pm only please)) .Please note that visitors to our apiary are required to wear long sleeved tops, trousers and closed-in shoes (Boots/Gumboots). Please note clarify that during cooler months we will not open hives.  Instead we will have Q&A sessions, working bees or education events.

  

January 2018

7th- Sunday 9am Field Day at Apiary, weather permitting. - TBA

12th - Find club newsletter on website

17th- 7:30pm Club Meeting *speaker to be advised *bring finger food

26th- Australia Day Street Fair  - Volunteers Required

 

February 2018

4th- Sunday 9am Field Day at Apiary, weather permitting. 

16th - Find club newsletter on website

21st- 7:30pm Club Meeting *speaker to be advised *bring finger food

28th- President’s photo competition closes

 

March 2018

4th- Sunday 9am Field Day at Apiary, weather permitting. 

16th - Find club newsletter on website

21st- 7:30pm Club Meeting *AGM (Annual General Meeting).

 

 

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