Article # 2: We Reveal Some More Facts about “How Much Money this translates in to for you!

What makes you money:

  1. Depending on where you are in the world, raw honey goes for anywhere between $2.50 (R30) and $4.00 (R45) for a 500g bottle.
  2. That’s 40 bottles of honey for every bee hive you harvest multiplied by $4.00 (R30) translates into $160.00 (R1200) per hive.
  3. Make Pure Beeswax candles to sell from $2.00 (R15) to $5.00 (R80) each depending on the size of the candle.
  4. Propolis is used in many different types of remedies required for disinfecting, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal treatments. P
  5. Propolis bars and or the liquid equivalent sell for $4.00 (R30) or more.
  6. Royal Jelly has recently been made an additional ingredient and major selling point for a major shampoo product. It is also widely used in the makeup and beauty industry. It is said to fetch more than the price of gold per ounce.
  7. You can Rent-a-hive to big agricultural farmers growing just about any type of crop and or fruit. Some beekeepers make more money from pollination services than they do from honey harvesting.
  8. Finally, you can offer a bee removal service for a fee. A Bee Removal 101 Guide is going to be available shortly discussing all of the aspects of bee removals.
  9. A bee removal should fetch a fee from $20 (R300) up to $60 (R750) or more even) depending on the difficulty and distance travelled. In the high season during spring and summer, bee removals are lucrative earners.
  10. Turn your honey into wine that is delicious and sell for $15 (R80) a bottle
  11. Make honey beer and sell it for $5 (R30) a can…
  12. And there is so much more to bee keeping…

We Reveal the Secret Formula to Success for beekeepers…

  • Learn how to become a beekeeper
  • Make sure you build your apiary quickly by buying as many hives as you can
  • Make sure you monitor your bee hives
  • Harvest honey with limited disturbance to the bee colony
  • For every bee hive you own and can harvest 20kg of honey from you make $160 each year.

How does that calculate with 10 bee hives?

10 x $160 = $1600 per year

10 x R1200 = R12,000 per year

and a few more…

20 x $160 = $3200 per year

20 x R1200 = R24,000 per year

add some more

30 x $160 = $4800

30 x R1200 = R36,000

We Reveal the Formula:

Now my aim is to have 100 bee hives

100 x $160 = $16,000 worth of honey

100 x R1200 = R120,000 worth of honey

What about all of the products you will make money from?

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P.S. I am a beekeeper and have been one for many years. I keep my own hives in locations close to where I live on smallholdings in the area. I do this by asking permission from the land owners while also giving them a briefing on the safety issues and my best practices.

P.S.S I also do bee removals for an additional income. This is a great income earner… and in my next ebook I will introduce you to the fantastic income streams a beekeeper can tap into straight from the get go!

P.S.S I get about 200Kg of bee honey produced by my small collection of privately owned and manageable colonies. This is equivalent of 200 x $6 which totals $1200 (Or R10,000) twice a year. That’s only considering the honey I sell to friends and local food stalls at a premium.

P.S.S.S I also make money from making and selling beeswax candles. I also burn these sweet smelling candles in my own home. These are a delicasy in terms of beeswax because beeswax is hard to come by. Many beekeepers recycle their beeswax and put it back into their bee hives. I use mine to sell as pure beeswax candles. I get $4.50 or R35 per beeswax candle and I generally sell around 100 per year.