Food Safety course 2020

Plans are in the works for an abbreviated SFCR workshop Thursday prior to the convention Feb 27, 2020 Click here to access templates available for use in your facility; these documents are available to members only


Fall 2019 Newsletter

MBA Fall 2019 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.


Summer 2019 Newsletter

MBA Summer 2019 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.


Spring 2019 Newsletter

MBA Spring 2019 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.


Winter 2019 Newsletter

MBA Winter 2019 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.


Convention 2019 announcement

113th MANITOBA BEEKEEPERS’ ASSOCIATION CONVENTION ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Please come to the Convention; we will be featuring: Randy Oliver, Les Eccles and Rosanna Punko Randy will be speaking on oxalic acid tips and slow release method, pesticides, and neonic facts. Reading comb and insightful thoughts on bee biology. Les Eccles is with the Ontario tech transfer team and will discuss how to translate these services to Manitoba as has been done in Saskatchewan Rosanna Punko is a masters student working with Nosema and will be speaking on her research CHC will be holding their meeting on Thursday prior to the […]


Fall 2018 Newsletter

MBA Fall 2018 The MBA Newsletter is published 4 times per year. To view it, you may use the freely available Adobe Reader program.


Mite-A-Thon September 8th – 15th, fill out the mitecheck.com survey online to upload your data

The second annual Mite-A-Thon will take place Saturday, September 8 to Saturday, September 15, 2018 and we invite you to participate!   Dear Honey Bee Friends: The parasitic mite, Varroa destructor (a.k.a. Varroa), and the viruses it vectors is a significant driver of honey bee colony mortality and therefore needs to be managed effectively in order to maintain the health of honey bees and the ecosystems they live in.The Mite-A-Thon is a Tri-national (i.e. Canada, United States, and Mexico) effort to raise awareness about honey bee colony Varroa infestation levels in North America. Mite-A-Thon participants are being asked to monitor the level of Varroa (number […]