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    Re: I can't believe the cost of nucs this year!

    I guess I am one of those who are not too bright because I see it in an entirely different way. If someone decides to sell his bees for $1.00 per 2 deep hive they are his bees and it is his business....
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    Re: I can't believe the cost of nucs this year!

    I need to move to North Jersey if that is the going price. I am one of, if not, the highest in my area at $125 for a full 5 frame. I have heard $80.00 quoted by one area beekeeper. I don't know how...
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    Re: Equipment & Lack Thereof

    Yes, but it much better than the other alternative.
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    Re: Price for a rotted out hive with bees?

    Two very good answers in my opinion.
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    Re: cinder block stands

    I use one block high and turn so the holes are open. Fireants are a problem here and no sooner do you turn the holes down than the fireants build a nest there.
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    Re: Need Help! Just Inhereted 50 hives

    If I were suddenly in your position, with little experience, I would do most of those things ,such as more ventilation, which have been recommended but would add the following. Immediately clean up...
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    Re: Is it worth it

    I strongly disagree with this disagreement!!! I sometimes wish MUCH stronger language was permitted here. By all means get started as soon as possible a lot can be learned in three years and a lot...
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    Re: Vegans don't eat honey?

    Noooo.Share the fish and encourage the vegan to eat. After all, if you are in that lifeboat long enough the vegan may come in handy and you don't want a vegan who is skin and bones.
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    Re: Vegans don't eat honey?

    I guess I will have to redefine my personal definition of cruelty to include furnishing a home, feeding, protecting and making sure they have everything they need to live a productive life.
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    Re: wiring frames

    I tried it and it works. I used 20# line since that is what I had on hand. That said,I have gone back to wire because, for me, it's faster and it's permanent. You will sometimes find a piece of...
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    Re: Just bee heads outside the entrance?

    yellow jackets
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    Re: Need advice on extractor

    I agree with the others that you need a larger unit and a radial. I have used the Brushy Mt 9 frame radial for over twelve years and it is still going strong. I intend to upgrade this spring to the...
  13. Re: Ag commissioner of Ventura county forces bee hive to move! Help needed

    Now, there's a mental picture I will never be able to get rid of.
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    Re: House Construction and my Bees

    If you ask the workers if they are allergic you will find that 99.9% are "allergic".
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    Re: Hello from North Florida

    Welcome...and where is Jefferson?
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    Re: A Queen and 1 worker

    This is just a wild guess but since you kept the bees warmer than the outside air,is it possible they flew out into the cold and died outside?
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    Re: Making mason jar feeder holders

    Make them this way and there is no robbing.
    http://99-40.com/bees/icover.html
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    Re: Florida "Winterization"??

    No Mex clover,(purslane), here yet but the henbit is starting. The bees are bringing red/orange pollen.
    >>But how much nectar do you get from Mexican clover? <<
    I can't answer for Mr Clean, since...
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    Re: My neighbour's bees have it in for me...

    Lose the dark clothes and wear light colors. If you use any after shave , cologne,powder etc lose those too. Bees are scent oriented.
  20. Re: attn FL beeeks.,. when do you begin raising queens ?

    Here in north Fl I start Feb 15th - March !st depending on the weather. You want a good flow going and plenty of drones. Our hold up is waiting for the drones. The flow is plenty early
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    Re: telescoping vs migratory

    Well,I looked at your links.Interesting stuff but no blown off telescoping covers.All of this is moot since with a tornado it wouldn't matter what kind of covers you had.
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    Re: telescoping vs migratory

    How many of those tornados hit your bee yards? A hurricane gets everyone in a wide path.
  23. Re: How to stimulate colony build up in the spring?

    I think the maples are somewhat temperature dependent. Here ,in the country they have not started but those in the city of Pensacola are in full bloom. Pensacola is usually about 5-10 degrees warmer...
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    Re: telescoping vs migratory

    Wow. Mine have stayed on through hurricanes. Of course I use a weight on top but who doesn't
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    Re: telescoping vs migratory

    I use telescoping covers because I keep feeder inner covers on all year. These inners help to moderate our extreme heat in summer.
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