How to collect bee venom

We can collect venom from early April to late September, this is the best time period for collecting. Also collector can be set when the hive has a 6-8 frame of brood because at that time colony has a sufficient number of young bees. The bee has the most venom on the 17th day of age.
We can put panel of collector on the entrance of the hive, on the bottom board of the hive, on the frames in the hive, or instead of the frame inside the hive. Each of this positions has the good and bad sides.

Collecting bee venom

We can put panel of collector on the entrance of the hive, on the bottom board of the hive, on the frames in the hive, or instead of the frame inside the hive. Each of this positions has the good and bad sides.

Collecting bee venom

To collect the venom we can use two ways of collecting: In the first way, you can collect the venom every 3-4 days at the same hive. Panel placed on the entrance of the hive. We turn On a Bee Vee Collector and leave it on for 50-60 minutes, then turn Off for 25 minutes, and again turn it On for 50-60 minutes. After collecting we take off panel and scrape venom. Another way is to collect every 10 days, then the collector remains On for 3 hours at the entrance of hive and then we scrape the venom.

Collecting bee venom

WITH THIS TECHNIQUES OF COLLECTING WITH OUR ‘BEE VEE COLLECTOR’, WE DON’T HARM EVEN ONE BEE


Scraping venom from the panel

The venom from the panel we scrape with a scalpel or razor blade, protected with breathing mask.

Scraping bee venom from glass
Scraping bee venom from glass
Scraping bee venom from glass

The amount of collected venom depends on the strength of the bee colony, the amount of bees, their age and the method of collecting venom. Per one collecting we can scrape off the glass from 0.043 g to 0.35 g venom.

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