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  1. Re: Noticing any trend in 2015 package availability and pricing?

    179 cdn$ for 2.2 lbs. here. New Zealand bees. About 20$ higher than last year.
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    Re: I will never buy packages again.

    I think you are right Brian. If one can't put forth the effort then packages are not for the weak.
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    Re: I will never buy packages again.

    Well if everyone is throwing in a couple cents here's mine. I will buy them every time. I have minimal problems with them. The secret is to keep an eye on them.
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    Re: Should I give up or try again?

    To answer the OP question, yes just give it up. Try again later.
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    Re: Online Master Beekeeper course

    "Master" beekeeper course. Better than nothing I suppose. I am willing to bet that one could get a coffee at pretty much any coffee shop if you showed the grad cert and two bucks to the proprietor.
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    Re: I will never buy packages again.

    Who was the package supplier?
  7. Re: Jon Entine debunks theory linking neonic pesticides to honeybee collapse

    What are neonics?
  8. Re: Ag commissioner of Ventura county forces bee hive to move! Help needed

    Locate all the hives that you do not own in your area that may be in violation and throw them under the bus also.😳
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    Re: Varroa Still a Major Challenge?

    You are right Ian. The ontario beekeepers association said that it was neonics killing all the bees. They never said anything about mites. Hmm😳
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    Re: Pattie supplements

    I'll give it a try. Thanks Ian.
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    Re: Pattie supplements

    Thanks Ian.
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    Re: Pattie supplements

    Ian, I held back pollen this past season with the intention of feeding it this spring. I don't have a good recipe for that. Do you have any ideas for me?
  13. Thread: Pollen removal

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    Re: Pollen removal

    Just buy the Sundance traps. You will never regret spending the money.
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    Re: Farm Field and Round Up

    Very interesting Dave. Why is Roundup typically applied at lower pressures?
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    Re: Disease ID help . . . Foulbrood?

    Why wouldn't you send a sample in? Are your arms broken?
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    Re: Farm Field and Round Up

    It must have been a humid day. What does volatilize mean? I have never heard that before.
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    Re: Farm Field and Round Up

    What do you mean by "doesn't drift as readily"?
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    Re: Bottling Tank using the Maxant No Drip Valve

    SNL, I've never seen the car full of money follow a man to the gravesite. Buy the tank.
  19. Thread: Just 4 Ian

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    Re: Just 4 Ian

    Ian, Coors when you need to work all day.
  20. Re: McCormick, alias Billy Bee introduces its new Natural Farms honey, a blend of Chi

    It's the honey version of the wheat pool that is no longer.

    http://www.beemaid.com/files/AHPOperationandPolicyManual.pdf
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    Re: getting towns to ban polinators

    Good idea but in the meantime just go ahead and borrow some bees from those foreign hives.
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    Re: The harvest of pollen: bad business?

    Kidbeeyoz how do they feed it back? In frames or patties?
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    Re: It's never enough

    Oldtimer I just copied and pasted an email that was sent to me.
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    It's never enough

    It's never enough for these people. That's why we have to be carefull with concessions.

    "Bees have been dying by the millions. But Ontario just became the first government in North America to...
  25. Re: Neonicotinoid-Contaminated Puddles of Water Represent a Risk of Intoxication for

    That was a lot of nice to know information. What is your solution?
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