Meeting the bee related needs of business
Businesses have special concerns that involve keeping customers and employees safe and keeping a positive public image at the same time.
When it comes to bees and other pollinating insects, I can help you and your staff in following best practices to keep people safe take positive action where bees are concerned.
Veterinarian Beekeeping Workshop
I offer a 3 hour information workshop for veterinarians to help you understand how you fit in to the new regulations requiring beekeepers to get a prescription or Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) to treat bee colonies for certain specific maladies that they had been able to obtain “over the counter” before the end of 2016.
Learn what you can do to better understand and meet the needs of a whole new clientele for insects you might never have thought you’d bee treating when you became a veterinarian.
Hive Inspection Assessment
Veterinarians, are you prepared to inspect a live and bustling bee colony in order to prescribe antibiotics for them? If you are looking for a professional assessment of the colony in question that you can rely on to provide the details you need to fulfill your professional capacity, consider a working relationship with the Omaha based professional apiarist, Tony “Big Bear” Sandoval.
Pest Management Professional Support
Having been a pest management professional myself for a number of years, I know very well how overwhelming things can become in the Spring and Summer when bees are active and customers are calling in a panic.
You certainly don’t want the bad publicity of being a killer of these beneficial pollinators especially with all the media attention they get. At the same time, you want to meet your clients needs and remove the bees.
Help create a win-win situation for everyone and collaborate with the Omaha area professional apiarist Tony “Big Bear” Sandoval to rescue and relocate the bees and remove their nest to prevent structural damage and health issues.
Training workshops can be arranged for your staff to better assess the situation when bees are involved and how to create an situation where people stay rational, reasonable and positive about the opportunity to rescue “misplaced” bee colonies.