BEE CRAFT Your favourite beekeeping magazine is now available in both printed and digital format!GOES
DIGITAL! Your UK subscription* will cover both formats,each with its own benefits
Overseas subscribers can opt for digital only at the UK subscription price
If you have given us your e-mail address or a friend has passed you the link, you will have received this
November issue in digital form. The digital version is delivered instantly via a link in an e-mail.
Open the link to access a document that looks identical to the printed version – but with key differences.
Turn the pages with a click of the mouse Add bookmarks for easy future reference
Zoom into the text to make it easier to read Search for specific topics by keyword
Active e-mail and website links to advertisers Save storage space
From early 2009, only those who subscribe to Bee Craft will have access to the digital version. However,
as we want everyone to try it, the November, December and January copies will be 'unlocked' so that you can
forward them to your friends and beekeeping colleagues. The more the merrier!
Don't keep it to yourself – PASS IT ON – to all beekeepers!
Bee Craft is at the forefront and as far as we know is the only beekeeping journal to use this technology.
We believe it will provide many benefits to beekeepers everywhere.
Send your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org
– join us in the digital age!
* £22 for one year; £41 for two years delivered to your door – and computer!
Eight notelets £3.50*
£22.50* single volume
£40* both volumes
Five IPM cards £5.00*
Four Disease cards £5.00*
Four Swarming cards £5.00
Record Keeping £2.00* (5 colonies)
Binder for all Guides £5.50£22* for one year
£41* for two years
delivered to your door
Binders Apimondia 2007 – Gold medals
£6.50* each, £18* for three Journals – Websites – Books – Didactic
* All prices include UK delivery. For overseas delivery or to pay by credit card – visit www.bee-craft.com/shop
or phone 01733 771221
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