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    Re: Summer Queen Sale Starts Now

    Got 30 queens Friday the 17th and they were in before 1PM. Very Prompt service from Ryan as I only told Him on Tue the 14th I needed them Friday.

    Thanks again Ryan !!
  2. Re: swarm has drawn out and filled with nectar a deep before queen started to lay

    Sounds like it may have had a virgin queen or queen less.
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    Re: You might get lucky

    We cleaned supers in a container (conex) and left the doors open and like sakhoney have had 5 swarms take up house keeping.
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    Re: Summer Queen Sale Starts Now

    I have brought Queens and Queen cells from Ryan Lamb before and have great success with them. I talked to Ryan Wensday and will be getting 25 or 30 queens for summer splits after honey flow is over.
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    Re: What is my next step?

    First thing is to leave them alone untell the new queen emerges and mates,around the first week of Sept Ushould see larva and eggs and know the nuc is queen right.

    After U are sure of a mated...
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    African bees ElCampo tx

    I have a friend that has a bee problem near the town of Danevang Tx. I am unable to help at this time and I am looking for someone that is experienced in Beekeeping in the area that may be able to...
  7. Re: Capped Honey vs. High Moisture Contect.

    I am south of U in Galveston county and the first 5 barrels we have 20.+.
    Give Me a call and I will tell U how to dry with a dehumidifier.

    409-789-2839
  8. Re: BeeThinking on Shark Tank tonight at 9 PM ET

    Just got turned down.
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    Re: Who swiped the pollen patty?

    Sounds like there are some TEXAS sized bees around and they flew off with it..LOL.
  10. Re: Starting beekeeping this spring? ... in Tennessee?

    I try to help out at least one new beek with a hive every year and mentor them as well. If other beeks were to mentor one every year it would help keep the beekeeping strong in the younger...
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    Re: vented bee suit

    I am 71 years young and cant take the heat like I did when younger. Ordered 3 Ultra breeze this season and have to give them a 11+ on a scale of 0-10

    I have pulled 400 supers by Myself and...
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    Re: Bees Mating? (Picture)

    Here is a video of a queen mating.


    http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/11/4719404/watch-this-slow-motion-footage-of-a-queen-bee-mating-with-a-drone
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    Re: Capping Tank Ideas?

    I watch and drain honey out as it heats up and when I get almost all out I turn up the heat and melt the wax tell its all liquid. Once its liquid I skim all crud off and then draw the wax out by the...
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    Re: Capping Tank Ideas?

    I knocked a hole for a 3/4 inch Meyers hub in the bottom of a 55 gal barrel with a valve to drain and put all my cappings in there and use a drum heater to melt the wax and drain the honey off...
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    Re: Hauling bee don'ts

    I haul 48 hives on 4 way pallets on the flatbed with nothing over them and only move at night 300 miles. I do have a bee net made to fit over them should I break down. No need to stop for fuel and...
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    Re: All the talk about "Flow" huh?

    Do You have Tallow trees in Your area? We are south of Houston and have LOTS of them here.

    Our tallow is going to be by this weekend from the looks of it. The trees have large candles that are...
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    Re: How often to get stung?

    I don't try to get stung on purpose but work bare handed 90 % of the time. Some day I get hit 4 to 10 times on the hand and some not a sting. Will scrape the stinger out almost when it happens so not...
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    Re: Rough Day in the Beeyard

    Over all making a split is the best thing to do to maintain a non crowded hive. More honey will be made from the 2 hive from a split than just the original hive. Two queens laying make more bees...
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    Re: catching swarms

    A persons time is worth $$ and by selling it helps recoup expences. Many people wont pay for someone to remove a swarm in their yard. You and the home owner both work out by selling the swarm.
  20. Re: Making a split with a virgin queen. Who else would have done it?

    Give Her 3 weeks and look for larva .. bet she will make it.
  21. Thread: Bee fence

    by xbeeman412
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    Bee fence

    Ran across this link on the Tx A&M facebook page: http://entomologytoday.org/2014/03/11/using-bees-to-protect-elephants-and-farmers/

    Worth a read.
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    Re: Kathy Hayes, wife of Jerry Hayes

    Will keep the Family in our Prayers.
  23. Re: Has anyone actually caught a swarm with a bait hive?

    Last Year We had 4 swarms show up and take up in old boxes here at the house. Had one take up in a deep super I had in the back of the pickup yesterday, first of the year.
  24. Thread: What to do?

    by xbeeman412
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    Re: What to do?

    I would grab a frame of bees with bees on it and but the queens in with them, they will keep the queens ok for a few days.
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    Re: Sky Fishing for Drones video

    I don't know how to imbed viedos but here is an interesting one:


    http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/11/4719404/watch-this-slow-motion-footage-of-a-queen-bee-mating-with-a-drone
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