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  1. Re: Harvesting all the honey out've a topbar and feeding syrup? I may have a problem

    Thanks,

    I've also been told here in our bitter cold climate it's best to remove the honey, but could you explain why vinegar is beneficial? And should it be white vinegar, balsamic vinegar, or...
  2. Harvesting honey without extractor or crushing comb?

    Hi,

    I've got 3 hives and don't have the money to blow on an extractor. I'd like to harvest the honey without crushing the comb, has anyone tried the scratch and drain method? Or do you have any...
  3. Re: Harvesting all the honey out've a topbar and feeding syrup? I may have a problem

    I'll be trying the scratch and drain method for harvesting the honey in August, without crushing the comb. Albeit I won' be able to take out all the honey the remaining honey would be mixed with...
  4. Re: Harvesting all the honey out've a topbar and feeding syrup? I may have a problem

    Thanks for the info Graham, but the problem isn't harvesting it's the fact canola honey and our environment doesn't allow bees to gather water and make cleansing flights that the caused by the...
  5. Harvesting all the honey out've a topbar and feeding syrup? I may have a problem

    Hi guys,

    I'm a first time beekeeper. I've built two top-bar hives out of 1.75" thick cedar, the hives themselves are well insulated but I may have a serious problem. My 2 packages of bees arrives...
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