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It's essential to keep records of your beekeeping activities, so that you can keep track of how colonies are performing, and compare and improve the relative success of your beekeeping from one year to the next. There's probably as many ways of keeping records as there are beekeepers, The Card that we use is available on this page.

A depiction of the Hive Record Card with a small worker bee looking through it and the queen bee climbing up it A bee flying in a random pattern A bee flying in a random pattern A bee flying in a random pattern A bee flying in a random pattern A bee Hive A bee flying in a random pattern A bee flying in a random pattern A bee flying in a random pattern A bee entering the Hive A bee flying in a random pattern HIVE RECORD CARD Go Get the PDF Reader HiveRecordCard.xls

Hive Record Card (in MS EXCEL)

Hive Record Card (in PDF)

A bee flying in a random pattern