Beekeeping ordinances in Dunn County:
Download this PDF file and search for "13.3.4 Honeybees, Keeping of " (applies to R1, R2, R3) and also "Apiculture" (applies to IA, PA and GA agricultural zones)
The above link to Ordinances applies to townships that have adopted County Zoning. Check the Planning & Zoning Division page for an up-to-date listing of townships. New Haven, Sheridan, Wilson (exclusive agriculture), Tiffany, Hay River, Otter Creek, Grant (exclusive agriculture), Sherman, Tainter, Colfax, Lucas (exclusive agriculture), Menomonie, Red Cedar, Weston, Dunn, Peru & Stanton.
Chippewa County is not very specific to beekeeping but under Sec 70-8 Definitions (44) “Farms” it talks about bees etc.
“A Practical Manual of Beekeeping” by David Cramp (329-page book in PDF form,) provided by the United Diversity Coop
Electric Fencing for Bears from bearsmart.com. Long article and not specifically for beehives
Electric Fencing for Beehives from U of Michigan Short article with different fencing spacing
Making a Plan for the Varroa mite by Michigan State University Beekeeping
A new honey bee infection transmitted by Varroa mites? YouTube video by Jim Burritt UW Stout
BEES IN THE NEWS:
Learn all about raising honeybees in The Dunn County News
“Sepsis and Hemocyte Loss in Honey Bees” research by James B. Burritt, UW Stout Biology Professor
A new honey bee infection transmitted by Varroa mites? by Jim Burritt, University of Wisconsin-Stout, may be viewed on YouTube.