Honey To Money

Have you ever tasted the golden sweetness of honey and wondered how it could be turned into a lucrative business? Check out our 'Honey to Money' course! Join us on an exciting journey into the lucrative world of honey production and sales. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to turn your passion for honey into a thriving business, covering everything from hive management and beekeeping techniques to marketing and distribution strategies. So let us sweeten your success and turn your passion for honey into profit!


 Oluwaseun Johnson










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About the course

This course briefly describes the various types of bees, but focuses on the bees primarily husbanded for honey and hive produce (Apis mellifera), and narrows it down to the African honey bee (Apis mellifera adansonii). You will learn about the six hive products: honey, beeswax, royal jelly, bee venom, bee bread or pollen, and propolis. This is done for each hive's output. You will also learn what factors to consider when establishing a bee farm, also known as an apiary. There is more focus on the African Honey Bee taking into consideration its defensive and honey production capabilities. Students will learn more about suitable locations, hive preparations and installation, orientation of hives in an apiary and basic colony management.

What you will learn

  • The types of bees majorly husbanded.
  • The six produce we get from the hive.
  • How to set up a bee farm(apiary) and management.
  • How to harvest, process and package the end product.
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Oluwaseun Johnson

Johnson, Emoakpor Kodjo Oluwaseun, is an entomologist. He finds pleasure in keeping bees and training others in beekeeping. He has about twelve years of beekeeping experience and has traveled to a couple of countries in Asia, Europe and Africa as a beekeeping ambassador. He currently serves in different capacities in private and public institutions focused on environment and beekeeping related issues. He has been engaged with such institutions as the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Federal Ministry of Environment, Nigeria Export Promotion Council, United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation, United States Agency for International Development MARKETS II project, Youth for Apiculture Initiative, Nigeria Apiculture Platform among others.