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    Re: 2016 almond bloom

    I picked up some equipment in Red Bluff on Monday and drove to just north of Bakersfield to check on my bees. Many of the orchards north of Sacramento had standing water and the creeks were all...
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    Re: Protein Patty recipe

    Yep, "Sun Dogs":D
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    Re: Protein Patty recipe

    Yes sir and at -40, we are exactly the same. My daughter's dog is loving it since he gets to stay in the house when it's that cold!:cool:
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    Re: Protein Patty recipe

    Off topic Keith but thanks for the sub I picked up last week. Gave each hive 2 lbs and they were throwing wax paper out the front door the next morning. Opened a few up and the consumption rate is...
  5. Re: Help needed with Dept. of Transpotation Requirments?

    Very true Pal! No problems ever till 2 summers ago and just barely in ND when I got pulled over for doing 6 miles over the limit pulling my boat back from Louisiana. Very polite young officer who...
  6. Re: Help needed with Dept. of Transpotation Requirments?

    I opted not to get farm plates because I use the truck for personal use (It might be hard to explain why a ND farm truck was pulling a boat in Louisiana!) and this is the first year I did the DOT...
  7. Re: Help needed with Dept. of Transpotation Requirments?

    Yep, my fingers were faster than my brain. My GVW is 16,500
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    I'm going through this now and was bombarded by calls and emails from many different outfits wanting to "help" for a fee after I registered the truck for interstate travel. You can do everything...
  9. Re: Anybody Using the vmvaporizer to treat for mites?

    Outstanding and very useful information Jean-Marc. I look forward to how your alcohol washes look.
  10. Re: Can I put a freezer in the garage that is uninsulated

    I have two chest freezers in my garage but they are both just plain old freezers. No problems and it drops to 0 F or below when it gets really cold outside. No issues yet.
  11. Re: Anybody Using the vmvaporizer to treat for mites?

    I suspect "leaky" equipment is what most of us have for most of the same reasons. My understanding is that it is difficult to overdose with oxalic vapor but if I'm wrong, hopefully someone will...
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    Great info Jean-Marc!
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    Re: New Hive Equipment in Northern California

    Do your boxes come with hand holds on all 4 sides. If so, how many unassembled boxes per pallet?
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    Re: Nutra Bee source in Bakersfield.

    Keith is either busy or hasn't been checking the forum regularly. I sent him a pm and it took about a week to get an answer. I will come in from the Reno side so was going to pick some up at his...
  15. Re: Paramount Farms buys out Headwater Honey (David Mendes)

    Anybody know what Dave Mendes is doing? Met him a few times at meetings; nice guy.
  16. Re: New Hive Equipment in Northern California

    Looks like if I buy 101 premium deeps, they are cheaper than 101 commercial deeps. Is that a misprint?
  17. Re: Anybody Using the vmvaporizer to treat for mites?

    Very impressive times jean-marc. Keep it coming!
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    I wound up buying the Lega Italy vaporizer. It was back ordered and didn't get here in time to evaluate. I have a few hives I'll winter so plan to give them a "Hail Mary" treatment soon since...
  19. Re: USDA Researcher punished for his work showing negative impacts of pesticides on b

    Actually, I suspect all of them have rules regarding publications. My issue is that science should feed policy, policy should not constrain science. I'm sure you're right--lawyers will get...
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    Yep, it's hard to know with certainty Ian, especially with all the media hype. I was in the federal research system for 32 years and had over 130 papers go through the review process. Never saw a...
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    My argument had to do with removing politics from the scientific review process and the need to remove redundancy from the peer process. Having a paper reviewed twice by a blind set of 2, 3...
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    I don't mind making statements like this because the peer review system we use today has generated much of the knowledge in science and technology we use today. Is it perfect? Nope, but is there a...
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    I've seen my share of poor and just plain useless papers too but I'd wager there would be far more without peer review! Have any ideas to improve the system?
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    Just a few observations from the comments thus far:

    1. When you disagree with an administrative decision within the federal government, the only legal option you have is to file a complaint...
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    Problem is with the required agency policy review of all science products. If the work reflects poorly on a major contributor to politicians (like chemical and oil companies), agency policy will...
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