Busy bees looking for new club
Busy bees looking for new club Rowan Hunnam

Buzz around town for new club to help beekeepers learn

THERE is a hive of knowledge in the South Burnett, and David Horton wants to group it all together.

The Burnett Beekeeping Supplies owner has planned an open day to gauge interest in forming a beekeeping

club.

"In the local district here, there is a lot of amateur guys and a few professional guys," Mr Horton said.

"We'd like to start a group so people can get some help with diseases, looking after their hives.

"We are putting our probes out. We want to put it out there at our open day for anybody that is interested."

The open day will be held on Saturday, September 13.

The doors open at 9am and a meeting about a beekeeping club is scheduled for 1pm.

"So for anybody interested in starting up a bee hive, that's the day to start," Mr Horton said.

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