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    Re: Is starvation really starvation?

    Roland:lookout:
    Yes, me too. My blood type is free so feel free to stop by anytime.
    When the time is right we will conect by the bees knees.
    I love free too. My kind of world. Crazy for sure.
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    Re: Price for a rotted out hive with bees?

    Okie dokie.
    That sounds like false allegations, and personal attack in an open forum...Just my humble opinion.
    All the time. Not today. Not ever.
    PM the details. I have a Vietnam Vet buddy,...
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    Re: Price for a rotted out hive with bees?

    Okie dokie.
    That sounds like false allegations, and personal attack in an open forum...Just my humble opinion.
    All the time. Not today. Not ever.
    PM the details. I have a Vietnam Vet buddy,...
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    Re: Colony of drones

    BadBeeKeeper is spot on.
    Your hopes should be non exitent. But, hey, you never know. You are in CA. A whole new Country. Hollywood is there.
    A new swarm, from a bad bee keeper or bee haver might...
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    Re: Price for a rotted out hive with bees?

    Priceless situation. If you do not want them, I will get them fro $1000.00 a piece.
    I'd love to got to good ole' Arkansas. Sometimes in June. Sunny day. Partly cloudy OK.
    Dementia you say? Who's...
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    Re: Is starvation really starvation?

    Mee too. Very curious. Crazy Wisconsin Cheeze Wiz...could you elaborate?
    Mr. Miyagi would say...Wax On...Wax Off. Great Mentor for that Karate Kidie.
    He would have made a great bee keeper. A great...
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    Re: Is starvation really starvation?

    Deep thoughts Crazy Roland.
    Me, on these kind of thoughts I go into the Nut Hut in a herat beat. But, you...wow...a true master.
    Can I buy u Lunch in Wisconsin? Not now but sometimes into the...
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    Re: Unintentional bee venom therapy

    I used to wear Kevlar gloves and full body armor. Ultrabreeze. Yep. Crazy indeed.
    For the lass two weeks, I went glove less. Then shirtless. Not in that particular order.
    Not a stinger...for about...
  9. Re: Best time period for guys picking up Nucs?

    All relative to location, location, weather and patterns. Very hard to predict a whole lot. At least for me.
    My bees always out run me. Then they surprise me and then, they fool me. Crazy...I know....
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    Re: Where do you order your bees?

    Dang right. Me too. Lots of swarms. I let them go. On their own accord. For real. Then, I make more. Bees, everywhere.
    Call my NC bee inspector. He'll vouch for me. My wife too.
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    Sticky: Re: squarepeg 2015 treatment free experience

    squarepeg,

    Thanks for keeping it real. I missed the forum and your journey...but bees are calling. So is your experience.
    Thanks mr. barry the owner. You're too kind.
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    Re: Beedazzled!

    CBee.

    You the Man. Or woman.

    You'll have to listen first. Then, once they start talking to you, and you talk right back...watch it...magic happens. Bees do not read books. We do. Pick the good...
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    Re: Where do you order your bees?

    Great plan. Do not rush it. Even if you do not get them available in your area, that is fine. Take time and let them catch up. You will not regret it.
    Dr. Lonzo, is spot on. Nucs. But purchase at...
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    Sticky: Re: squarepeg 2015 treatment free experience

    Mr. Castanea, ( Latin for Chestnut), thanks for the link. Fundamental, is an understatement.
    Wow, nothing but gold. Thanks again.
    Squarepeg...good to see you are still at it strong and steady....
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    Re: Bee Debris

    Bip bip bip...
    This has the potential of a fascinating thread.
    What can you learn from bee debris? A LOT.
    Where the cluster is...what it does...when and how. Plus a lot more.

    Listen and ask...
  16. Re: Long Lang double divided breeder queen hive & all on one repro unit

    Mrs. Lauri,
    Good to see you back working your magic.
    Really miss that picture with the Chinese looking fella' walking on the side of a basket saying something cool.
    I like your setup...I have one...
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    Re: Dead Out Numbers/Winter Losses

    Zero loss here. But hey...I was told many times I am crazy. Fine by me and my bees.
    Me and my lady made some fine nucs...loaded with fat, beautiful bees and fantastic overwintered queens. I am sold...
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    Re: Apimondia USA Bid for 2019

    So nice to see a good cause at work.
    But you know what?...a lifetime is nothing but a blimp...poof, then gone.
    Even if Apimondia does not come to us in the USA...take some time and go to where it...
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    Re: Beedazzled!

    Yep. Me too.
    Stay and remain Beedazzled! As you try doing that, and truly sharing some deep, meaningful thoughts, do not get scared by the short fused, hip shooters that think and act as they know...
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    Re: AFB Identification

    You heard right. Many do. Controversial? Yes.
    Stirring up the pot? Maybe. Because, in any pot on fire, if you do not stir, it will boil over and more trouble comes. So keep that in mind.
    AFB by...
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    Re: AFB Identification

    @Shasta Bees.

    Thanks! Those two pictures of yours are simply fantastic! Wow. I tried so many time to capture a moment like that. Came close, very close a few times, yet the dreaded blur always...
  22. Re: Jon Entine debunks theory linking neonic pesticides to honeybee collapse

    BadBeeKeeper. Why the Bad in the name? What's bad about it? Bees in ME is bad? Neonics in ME is bad? Neonics and other combos doing some miraculous synergies, saving crops while repelling bees ? ...
  23. Re: Jon Entine debunks theory linking neonic pesticides to honeybee collapse

    You just answered that wish. See how easy that was?
    I know...I'm :ot: My bad.
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    C'mon Charlie...that sounds really conspiratorial man.:) /Sarc off
    Gifted scientists? No doubt...Sounds Greek to me. Obviously, to many, many, others too.
    And as the fine folks of Troy said long,...
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    Re: Treatment free, is it really that easy

    Yep. Do a search. Then, research. As in search again.
    It never ends. Yeah, the learning thingie. Bees rock. We, sleep.:sleep:
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