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    Re: Extracting kit comparison?

    oddfrank - nope looked just the same on monday as it did on sunday when it fell out (less the dent and bent leg I fixed) I am very pleased that it didn't get trashed. I must admit that when I...
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    Re: Sideline uncapper.

    @max2 - Sorry for the delay, been really busy. Unfortunately I only used medium frames, both plastic and wood. I leave all the deeps for the bees. In any event the bees here in NY are about a...
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    Re: Sideline uncapper.

    I got the brushy mountian sideliner (roller)
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    Re: Which extractor???

    I have the Mann lake 18/9 and it works great. A lot of people say it is not strong (as opposed too a thicker walled maxant). WELL just today (5-13-13) I was driving down the road in my pickup,...
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    Re: Extracting kit comparison?

    I have the Mann lake 18/9 and it works great. A lot of people say it is not strong (as opposed too a thicker walled maxant). WELL just today (5-13-13) I was driving down the road in my pickup,...
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    Re: Sideline uncapper.

    I just bought one but wont have a review untill july...
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    Re: Hive Box Manufacture

    If you want use scrap wood and you dont want to cut box joints you can buy brackets from Echo Bee Box (just google their web site) The Jig I recommended, and later Carl posted about, is a very good...
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    Re: Which extractor???

    I got the 9/18 from Mann lake - Manual. One day I will upgrade to the motor But I just dont see the need. $699 free shipping, whats not to love. The metal is plenty strong it has never let me down....
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    Re: Hive Box Manufacture

    This guy is great to deal with and his Jig is really really good. He also makes a hive handel jig
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGRRoFw6lro
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    Re: Colorado Bee vac

    Thanks for sharing that with me:lpf:
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    Re: pupm information

    Maxant does have two diagrams of set ups on their site, but they dont list prices, which tells me if I have to ask it is to expensive. Love their products, especially because they are American made,...
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    Re: what direction should a hive face

    Towards the sunrise.
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    Re: Why won't my queens lay?

    I have some of the same things going on here. But I think it is because we are still having cold nights and there is not anything blooming here yet. They are eating my fondant and honey but are not...
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    Re: Reasonable number of hives per city lot...

    Backyard I was replying to Cerezha's question....
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    Re: Extractors

    I bought the Mann Lake extractor you are talking about last year. I got the manual crank. It works GREAT. They pack it nice on a pallet with a wood frame around it. Not a scratch on it. For $650...
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    Re: multiple eggs in cells

    Octobee? you should find the Dr. that aritficially insemented her and sue him :) Just kidding, I am interested to see what others say...
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    Re: Reasonable number of hives per city lot...

    Right now I live in a small town but right on the main road. I grew up in Miami, we had bees and homing pigeons and basically ignored all the government BS.

    I feel just the opposite of you, why...
  18. Re: acrylic paint + TBond III + unmark queen = ?

    I just put tape over her eyes and wings and then spray her with crylon.... sometime her legs stick together but that is ok... :) All kiding aside I just use a marking pen, never had a problem...
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    Re: Adding Pollen paddie/substitute

    Hey as long as you are helping them out and not causing any trouble its all good. If you are just sucking them dry and not helping around the house then yes it would be lame. By the way you...
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    Re: Bees loose in car

    yes just open the windows most will be out before dark.
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    Re: Boxes won't fit.....help please...

    get a wood plane and shave it down a little...
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    Re: Colorado Bee vac

    I have a brand new Owens as well, with an extra basket. It is ok if I am catching small colonies or they are up high and I am on a ladder. When you remove the hose make sure the vacuum is still...
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    Re: Reasonable number of hives per city lot...

    Keep it simple. Dont talk about property lines or the size of the lot or fences or barries etc etc. Just say most hobbbiest beekeepers keep up to 10 hives in order to promote the repopulation of...
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    Colorado Bee vac

    Just wanted to share a good product with you. I have used several Bee vacs over the years, but this one seems to work the best. It is top quality all the way.

    If you get the time look at their...
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    Colorado Bee Vac

    Just wanted to share a good product with you. I have used several Bee vacs over the years, but this one seems to work the best. It is top quality all the way.

    If you get the time look at their...
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