Texas Beekeeping, Vol. 24 (Classic Reprint)

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An old and good rule is that, where success is desired, it is well to take the advice of the successful. It can be applied in this instance with certainty of excellent results.

Mr. Scholl is Consulting Apicultural Expert of the Texas Depart ment of Agriculture, and, as such, will answer any question, addressed to this Department, that readers may wish further light on, after reading the bulletin.

There is not a farmer in Texas to whose interest it would not be to have an apiary on his place, and comparatively few, who, on account of location, could not have one at small initial expense and maintain it in paying condition without consuming time needed for other farm operations.

To have for the home table an abundance of choice honey - the most delicious and wholesome sweet - is an item that would, alone, compensate for money and labor invested. Added to this, under proper management, there would be sure to be a surplus of honey and considerable beeswax that could be sold at good prices, and, under some circumstances, there could be made every year a barrel or two of superior vinegar that there would be no difficulty in find ing purchasers for. Furthermore, an apiary situated in the right place, would result in larger crop yields than if there were invested in fertilizers many times the money and the value of the labor put into it.

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