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Photo competition winners 2021

This year’s overall winner of the Vita Bee Health international photographic competition is Vincent Hakzimana of Rwanda for his photograph of a hand-held swarm showing pollen glistening from the pollen baskets of the bees.

Photo by Vincent Hakzimana of Rwanda



Featured photographers – in calendar month order – are:

Jan  Ainars Millers

Feb  Grace Madden

Mar  Lewis Turner

Apr  Holli Kircher

May  Richard Cherry

Jun  Peter Jones

Jul  Dave Charnley

Aug  Grace Madden

Sep  Karen Rennie

Oct   Ainars Millers

Nov  Vincent Hakzimana

Dec  Simon White

Sebastian Owen, commercial director of Vita Bee Health, said, “As ever, the photo competition has highlighted the diversity of beekeeping across the world. The 2022 calendar shows that clearly as Vita prepare to celebrate its 25th anniversary researching, developing and producing products to help beekeepers across the world keep their honey bees healthy and productive. 

“We warmly thank everyone who entered and the judging panel. Please feel free to download the pdf of the calendar.”

Winners will shortly be receiving the beautifully printed limited-edition desk calendars.

High-resolution pdf 2022 Vita Bee Health calendar

Tenth anniversary photo and calendar competition

Vita Bee Health is calling for entries to its international photo competition, now celebrating its tenth year. Winning entries appear in the sought-after limited-edition calendar, which is sent to the Vita distribution network across the world. The closing date is 24 October 2021.

Photo: Lewis Turner

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Vita Bee Health 2021 calendar and winners

Bee bringing back pollen. Photo: Lewis Turner

The overall winner of the 2020 Vita Bee Health international photographic competition is Lewis Turner of Suffolk, UK, for his stunning, head-on eyeline shot of an approaching honey bee.

Featured photographers – in calendar month order – are:

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Moving Apiguard production in times of coronavirus

Apiguard, the UK’s most popular varroa control treatment, is back in full production despite lockdown restrictions when manufacturing of the gel was moved to Northern Italy earlier this year.

When Vita Bee Health decided to begin producing Apiguard, its near-natural varroa-control treatment, in Italy, the company knew that logistical challenges were inevitable and had therefore stockpiled several month’s reserves to ensure that the supply chain would not be disrupted. Then came covid-19 and lockdowns, first in the new production centre in Northern Italy and then at headquarters in the UK. This presented a novel set of experiences, but customers knew nothing of the dramatic behind-the-scenes activity.

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Vita Bee Health 2020 photographic competition

The ninth annual Vita Bee Health international photo competition is now open for entries. Each year Vita invites photographs of anything related to honey bees and beekeeping – with a hint that any image that fits a particular month for the resulting limited-edition calendar is of particular interest.

The outright winner of the competition will receive a cash prize and eleven others will also appear in the 2021 Vita Bee Health limiteddition calendar and feature in Vita’s monthly email newsletters. All winners receive a copy of the desk calendar.

The deadline for entries is 25 October 2020. Entrants may submit up to four photos (at least 2 MB in size and preferably as attachments) by emailing them to . Photos may be on any relevant topic relating to honeybees and beekeeping.

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