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  • Three 'Love our Bees tea towels' - one for you and two to share. Woven from 100% premium quality cotton, machine washable.  New retro design based on the distinctive covers of the NZ BeeKeeper journal between 1975 and 1983. Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm Sorry, this product is only available to customers based in New Zealand.
  • Two 'Love our Bees tea towels' - one for you and one for a bee-loving friend! Woven from 100% premium quality cotton, machine washable.  New retro design based on the distinctive covers of the NZ BeeKeeper journal between 1975 and 1983. Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm Sorry, this product is only available to customers based in New Zealand.
  • Woven from 100% premium quality cotton, machine washable.  New retro design based on the distinctive covers of the NZ BeeKeeper journal between 1975 and 1983. Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm Sorry this product is only available to New Zealand based customers.
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    Entry to the 2023 ApiNZ National Photography Competition

    All entries to this competition must be made online with photos supplied to competition organisers in a digital format only (jpeg or png). You can enter a maximum two entries per category. The Competition has seven categories: (A) Close-up Print - Subject must relate to Beekeeping (B) Scenic Print - Apiary subject such as flowers, hives etc. (C) Portrait print - Person or beekeeping procedure in appropriate setting (D) Essay Prints  - A set of 4 pictures depicting beekeeping (E) ‘Oh Darn!’ - For those ‘oops’ moments that occur in beekeeping! (F) Beekeeper Business Challenge – Beekeeping business best office (G) Mobile Phone Snaps – Apiculture moment captured on your phone? ApiNZ will print off all photos for display at the 2023 Conference at a size of 6in x 4in for essay prints.  The cost to enter covers the cost of printing.

    Competition terms and conditions*

    • The ApiNZ National Photography Competition is open only to current financial members of Apiculture NZ.
    • Entry to the ApiNZ National Photography Competition will only be considered complete when payment has been received in full.
    • All photo entered must be your own work.
    • All entries must be submitted as digital photo files (jpegs, jpgs or png files).
    • Photo files must be named using the name of the photographer and the category entered.  You can include the name of the photo if you wish.  For example:  LianeSmith_ScenicPortrait_View from Hives.jpg or JustinMorehu_BeekeepingBusinessChallenge.png
    • All photos must be at a resolution of 300dpi or higher. Visit https://convert.town/ to automatically convert your images to 300dpi before uploading to your entry form.
    • ApiNZ will print off photographic entries to be displayed at Conference. We reserve the right to only print those photos supplied at the correct resolution.
    • All entries must be received by 5pm Friday 16 June 2023.
    • Photos may be black and white or full colour, no borders and must fit full page.
    • We will not accept a photo that has overlaid logo or text.  Additionally we will not accept a photo sent inside a Word document or PDF, or as a link to be downloaded.
    • Entrants agree that any photographs entered may be used by Apiculture New Zealand in publications or promotional activities. Apiculture New Zealand will ensure photo credits are used.
    • The judges' decision is final.

    Judging

    Each image will be judged on a scale of points to determine the overall winner in each category.  The Supreme Winning photo will be the image that scored highest overall.  Delegates at Conference will vote for their favourite image as part of the 'People's Choice Award'. Winners of the Supreme Winning Photo and The People's Choice Award will be made at the Gala Dinner on Friday 30 June 2023.
  • Apiary Land Use Agreement – Site Rental: For those beekeepers paying a set apiary site rental or per hive rate to the land owner. Please note the agreement will be edited with your details and then supplied as a locked pdf.  Any amendments or changes can be made using the schedule for further terms on the final page of the agreement.
  • Apiary Land Use Agreement – Site Rental : For those beekeepers paying a set apiary site rental or per hive rate to the land owner. Please note the agreement will be edited with your details and then supplied as a locked pdf.  Any amendments or changes can be made using the schedule for further terms on the final page of the agreement.
  • Land Owner/Beekeeper Profit Share: For those beekeepers offering a crop share arrangement. Please note the agreement will be edited with your details and then supplied as a locked pdf.  Any amendments or changes can be made using the schedule for further terms on the final page of the agreement.
  • Land Owner/Beekeeper Profit Share: For those beekeepers offering a crop share arrangement. Please note the agreement will be edited with your details and then supplied as a locked pdf.  Any amendments or changes can be made using the schedule for further terms on the final page of the agreement.
  • Membership year from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2024 Member Information
    • Please click here for full member benefits of all categories
    • Payment is required to activate membership
    • All subscription fees are GST inclusive.
    • Beekeeping clubs will be entitled to one hard copy subscription of the NZ Beekeeper Journal (April – March). Hard copies are stock limited.
    • Access to the electronic Journal will be granted to nominated Beekeeping Club officeholders (up to five)
    All members must agree to adhere to the ApiNZ Beekeeper Code of Conduct and the New Zealand Honeybee Care Code™.
    • Membership year from 1 April 2023 - 31 March 2024
    Commercial beekeepers pay $189.75 plus $1.26 per hive (calculated below). Member Information
    • Please click here for full member benefits of all categories.
    • All subscription fees are GST inclusive
    • Payment is required to activate membership
    • Companies may apply for a membership in multiple categories: please refer to Apiculture NZ Constitution Clauses 6.2 and 6.3.
    • Commercial members will receive one hard copy subscription to the Journal (hard copies are stock limited) per paid membership.
    Please note: Only credit card payments will be accepted from overseas customers. All members must adhere to the ApiNZ Code of Conduct and the NZ Honeybee Care Code.
  • Apiculture New Zealand's bee health research and education fund has been established to allow bee-loving members of the public to contribute to research into improving bee health and education efforts around bees and their importance to our world.  All contributions received will go directly to this work.  We will provide updates on our website as to how much is raised and how this money has been spent.      
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    Apiculture NZ National Honey Competition Sponsor 2023: Kiwi Labels Ltd

    General Rules and Conditions of Entry 1. Exhibitor entries will be accepted from all registered New Zealand beekeepers, packers and exporters. 2. All award-winning honey will be available for tasting by the conference attendees on completion of judging. Winners will have their products displayed at the conference and published on the ApiNZ Conference App. 3. Exhibitors may only have one entry per class/subclass. 4. All honeys exhibited to be presented in anonymous (unlabelled) square clear PET Poly-jar with white plastic lids. Size 500gm (400ml). These jars are available from all major beekeeping suppliers in NZ. Jar uniformity is essential for fair and equable judging free from light and density variations. Any honey presented in non-regulation jars will be disqualified. NO stickers, NO markings, NO Writing. 5. All honeys presented must be below a moisture content of 18.5% as tested by refractometer. 6. All honeys entered must be naturally produced by Apis Mellifera in accordance with the Codex Alimentarius Honey Standard. The Codex is available here. 7. All honeys entered must be bona fide produce from beehives situated in New Zealand. 8. All entries must be in a zip lock bag (max. 2 samples per bag) marked with the class you are entering and must be accompanied by: A. Completed website entry form B. Copy of entry fee made either by credit card or invoice payment option (please note entry will not be valid until invoice has been paid). Referencing your order no' (eg. #12345) when making bank payment, by Friday 23 June for entry payment. C. Signed MPI Harvest Declaration form (for beekeepers) 1021-Harvest-Declaration-for-Bee-Products-intended-for-Export Please note it is not necessary to provide a MPI Harvest Declaration form if you are only entering Class K Honey Beverages. D. Signed Packers declaration (packers only) confirming that Electronic Eligibility Declarations are held covering the packed honey submitted. This can be submitted on a company letter head noting quantity and honey type. ApiNZ reserves the right to request a PDF copy of the Electronic Eligibility Declarations. 9. The judges are empowered to withhold awards should the quality of entries in any class not reach adequate standard. If no gold award given, no trophy will be presented in that class/subclass. 10. The judges’ decision will be final, with no correspondence entered into. 11. Monofloral Manuka Honey Category – Certified Laboratory Analysis results MUST accompany entries for this honey category. These must include the MPI Chemical Marker test, MPI’s DNA test and HMF test. 12. Awards will be given in each of the Classes with a Supreme Award recognising the highest scoring Exhibitor overall. The sum of the top three scores of an individual exhibitor in classes A-F being taken into account. 13. Jar Honey will be judged on general presentation, cleanliness, freedom of foreign matter, density/viscosity, clarity, colour, aroma, freedom of crystals (liquid classes) evenness and texture of granulation (naturally granulated and creamed classes) and finally, flavour. 14. Comb Honey will be judged on fullness and colour of capping’s, uniform cell size, weeping or travel staining, general cleanliness, absence of granulation, wax moth damage, brood or pollen and lastly flavour. Both sides of the comb may be inspected. 15. Please see Schedule of classes and entry criteria for any additional information or assistance with classes. Schedule of Classes 2023 16. Pfund Colour guidelines are used and entries may be moved to an appropriate category based on the following international guidelines: Light Water White to White (less than 34mm on the pfund scale) Medium Extra Light Amber to Amber (34 to 114mm on the pfund scale) Dark Amber (115mm plus on the pfund scale) 17. Delivery by Postage – must be delivered to the address at: Friend Wholesale Ltd, 1077 Eruera Street, Rotorua 3010. Please clearly mark the honey and entry parcel as follows: Subject: ApiNZ Honey Competition. Please include copy of website entry form(s) Open from Monday 12 June and close Friday 23rd June, 2023 18. Delivery in person – Delivery of honey and copies of entry form(s) are open 8am until 12pm on Monday 26th June, 2023 at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre, Honey Room. Honey entries must be paid for prior, no cash payments accepted. 19. All honey entries will remain with ApiNZ for promotional purposes.
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