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March 6, 2009

A Handbook for Honey Judges and Beekeepers Exhibiting Hive Products.

If you want to know more about the art and practice of prize winning honey and apiary exhibits, go to the source packed full of easy to use and understandable guidelines: A Handbook for Honey Judges and Beekeepers Exhibiting Hive Products. An essential addition to any exhibitor’s or event tool box, this 72 page guide helps you bring home the ribbon. In this entertaining and informative look at judging, author James Thompson gives you the information you need to prepare, plan and execute an enjoyable and fair event. The guide also includes reproducible forms for judging. James Thompson is a seasoned honey exhibit judge with four decades of judging numerous Eastern Apicultural Society (EAS) and local shows. Before Thompson wrote his valuable book he was a bee inspector for 17 years and is a life member of EAS and OSBA, earning his Master Beekeeper certification in 1994. Copies are available by sending $19.95 plus shipping ($3 USA, $7 overseas) to: J.R.T. Publishing 8227 Eby Road Smithville, Ohio 44677

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