Thursday prior to the convention Feb 27, 2020 In 2019, Bee Maid Honey and the MBA offered 3 workshops on the new SFCR and provided you with templates to help you navigate the system in order to be compliant on these regulations. On Thursday February 27, from 7 pm to 9 pm, we will be offering you the opportunity to meet with Sam Barlin. This evening will be to provide you with an explanation on eligibility and how to sign up, an overview of these regulations, an update on 2020 templates ( templates available through Bee Maid Honey and on […]
List of Veterinarians Willing to Work with Honey Bees Veterinarian Clinic Clinic Location Phone # Email Carly Prejet Carmen Vet Clinic 98 4 Ave SE, Carman, MB 204-745-3127 firstname.lastname@example.org Kevin Steinbachs Dauphin-Ste Rose Vet Clinic 1801 Main St., S, Dauphin, MB 15 Tucker St. Ste. Rose du Lac, MB 204-648-4448 email@example.com Ken Johnson Central Vet Services Oak Bluff, MB 9082 Perimeter Hwy btw Oak Bluff and Hwy 330 204-275-2038 204-770-2865 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Fawcett Taylor Brydes & Taylor Vet Hospital 123 Main St., Neepawa, MB 204-476-5667 204-841-0400 firstname.lastname@example.org Tanya Anderson Gladstone Vet Clinic 208 Morris Ave S, Gladstone, […]
The U of M will now be accepting submissions for diagnostics; they will be offering a comparable set of diagnostics like the National Beee Diagnostics center with the fees schedules listing in the following link Manitoba Agriculture Veterinary Diagnostic Services (VDS) is now offering honey bee testing for several honey bee diseases and pests (i.e. American Foulbrood (AFB), European Foulbrood (EFB), Nosema (N. apis or N. ceranae), Varroa mite, and several Viruses (DWV, IAPV, Sacbrood, KVB and BQCV)). In cooperation with the National Bee Diagnostic Centre (NBDC) in Beaverlodge, Alberta, VDS has agreed to follow similar analytical techniques and protocols […]
The initial review of the KRTP is completed and we are planning to engage with the province to discuss roll out of the program for the 2020 season. We are excited to see the program getting off its feet and hope the beekeeper community is able to enjoy these new services made available and
Allan has been working hard with the CHC to develop the Bee biosecurity handbook and the new abridged version. Find the abridged version for access here as well as many other valuable tools prepared by the CHC:
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