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    Re: Buckfast Queens

    http://fergusonapiaries.on.ca/
    Above is their Website address, it lists an address and phone number.
    Let us know if they are still selling Buckfast Queens.
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    Re: Bear Almost Got Em-Lesson Learned

    Somewhere in the archives of BeeSource is a thread about using cattle panels laying on the ground connected to the ground side of the charger. When the bear is on the panel it will be standing on the...
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    Reusing Burr Comb

    I have several pieces of burr comb I want to reuse as foundation in Queen Breeding Nuc's, I want to fasten a piece of this burr comb to the top bar, will melted wax fasten the burr comb to the top...
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    Re: Frames with feces

    Please post what the Lab finds. I suggest you get new queens that have resistance to the problem. I hope the lab suggests what will help with the problem!
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    Re: Arrowleaf White Clover for Bee's?

    Arrowleaf clover is not White Dutch clover. Arrowleaf at one time supposedly did not cause cattle to bloat, it is a legume that adds N to the soil and is good for cattle pasture. My bees that are...
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    Re: open drum feeding

    I have a drum of rock hard sugar warehouse floor sweeping's in my yard. The bees were working it yesterday though a very small opening, I opened the lid yesterday so they had more access. They are...
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    Re: Record keeping?

    I use the KISS business plan
    KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID plan?
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    Re: Arrowleaf White Clover for Bee's?

    My bees that are near Arrowleaf produce the most honey for me.
  9. Thread: Hard Sugar

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    Re: Hard Sugar

    Last year I had a barrel of Sugar "Warehouse floor sweepings" that had turned rock hard. I turned the barrel on it's side and added 1 gal of water daily to soften it until the bees cleaned it up. ...
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    Re: Post-mortem

    Is there a BeeLab that does detailed reports about pesticide that is in the wax and honey that kills the colony?

    This is the statement from the Beelab in Beltsville Md:
    We do not analyze samples...
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    Re: Howdy from Oklahoma

    Welcome to the forum.
    Myron Denny
    Glencoe Ok
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    Re: GMO Sourced Honey

    I am going to suggest you build a warming box to keep this honey from crystilizing, somewhere around 100 - 110 degrees will do away with your problem OR simply sell your crystlized honey as "SPOON...
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    Re: where to buy dvd cases?

    Staples office Supply or Walmart is where I would start. I used a small pig ear notcher to make the entrance for SHB in mine. I did not catch very many SHB in the DVD trays.

    I suggest putting a...
  14. Thread: Softfreeze

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    Re: Softfreeze

    Our 1st attempt was "smooth as a school marms leg" possibly it was too rich??? We had to add the rest of the cream in to it to get it to blend. We discussed the procedure and will try it again...
  15. Re: Making a Miller Style Top Feeder - Sealant Ideas

    I have "junk sugar" (warehouse sweepings) I mixed about 3# with 1 cup of vinegar, plus 1 cup of water and a splash of HBH. It has been sitting in a bucket about 3 hours. I am going to put this in my...
  16. Re: Making a Miller Style Top Feeder - Sealant Ideas

    My feeders are wood, full hive size X 3" deep with plywood floors. I used a silicone caulk around the seams, my feeders are 3 yrs old, they have caused no problems leaking. I use a wood float on top...
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    Re: Help design a varroa experiment

    I have a colony sitting in a fence row of Osage Orange aka Bodarck (sp?) I caught this colony as a swarm this spring. They did not make surplus honey this year, after reading this information I will...
  18. Thread: Softfreeze

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    Softfreeze

    Please make suggestions for "to die for" soft freeze ice cream recipe.
    What we did was freeze the ingredients separately then put them together in a Ninja blender. The end results were good but...
  19. Re: New Queen Rearing System from ABJ Dec2013 p 1279

    The "Fatbeeman" has a queen youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RDmhMqMIW8&list=PL6EED6684E5F97742
    I want to try this method in the spring.
  20. Re: New Queen Rearing System from ABJ Dec2013 p 1279

    I could not retrieve your message. Will you please send it to: mdenny4396@aol.com
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    Re: swarm catching odds

    Question for odfrank, how many of the swarms you caught had marked queens?
    I am guessing bees swarm way more than we think.
    What size boxs are you using?
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    Re: overwintering SHB :(

    I went to our local feed store today insearch of "glue boards" it was suggested I put a strip of "duct tape" upside down on top of the innercover, I hope it is warm enough to do this today. I am...
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    Re: overwintering SHB :(

    We had our local beekeepers meeting tonight, one of our members brought an innercover with saw slots through it, 3 per side and 3 across the end. He also brought a non poisonous mouse and insect...
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    Re: overwintering SHB :(

    Originally Posted by Michael Bush
    #8 - no bee can pass. pollen gets stuck.
    #7 - as long as there are no bent wires, no bee can pass. Pollen falls through
    #6 - worker bees can squeeze through...
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    Re: overwintering SHB :(

    I want to put No 6 hardware cloth on top of the hole in the inner cover then put a piece of stickey board somewhere on the top of the inner cover. Has anyone tried this?

    Possibly all I need to do...
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