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    Re: Bobcat or Tractor

    Thanks for the input, I look forward to getting that Bobcat or swinger...I want to try a demo out of both.
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    Re: Pledge to be a BSA Beekeeping Mentor

    I pledge to BSA that I will act as a mentor to scouts if BSA reinstates the Bekeeping Merit Badge.


    Southeast GA
    Dixon Apiaries
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    Bobcat or Tractor

    So I was about to buy a Bobcat but a sales guy mentioned buying a tractor with a front end loader with forks, minus the loader bucket. He says for half the price you can get something that can be...
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    Re: And how about Dixon Apiaries?

    We are still alive and kicking in the bee business, had a few set backs last year but still here. I will still honor those 30 queens you requested for 2010, Rich. When do you need them? My phone...
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    eggs to larve

    Somewhere back in one of those dozen of books of mine, I remember that some one made a forcep to pick the egg up out of the cell and transplant it. Can't remember who it was, but seems like a neat...
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    2009 Breeder Queen Winner

    We have a winner for our 2009 Breeder queen, check out the website to see who won. Congratulation.

    Thanks to all that participated in the drawing.

    Dixon Apiaries

    www.xtremespl.com
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    Chance to win a Breeder queen

    The drawing will be held Jan 1, 2009 for a breeder queen from Dixon Apiaries. The Winner will be selected and contacted for shipment date in 2009. This is a great chance to win a 300 dollar queen....
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    David Dixon Quakertown, PA 18951 Remove swarms,...

    David Dixon
    Quakertown, PA 18951
    Remove swarms, free estimate..
    Email: samuri0027@yahoo.com
    Phone: 215-536-2597
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    why not requeen and straighten the hive back out?...

    why not requeen and straighten the hive back out? A queen phermones will overwelm the laying workers and they will go back to doing their normal job.
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    yes, bury the hives under straw and dirt, with a...

    yes, bury the hives under straw and dirt, with a vent underneath and a vent pipe out the top.
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    I have come across some information used many...

    I have come across some information used many years ago by beekeepers in the northernstates for wintering bees. This technique was known as a Clamp. By using an earthern mound and a earth vent under...
  12. Thread: Old Honey

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    I would not refeed that honey to your bees, If it...

    I would not refeed that honey to your bees, If it has AFB spores in it, the bees will get infected. AFB spores can live up to 30yrs+
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    Do you paint the inside of the hive or not? Some...

    Do you paint the inside of the hive or not? Some sources say yes, some say no. What about the frames? The aluminum top?
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    Thanks for all the input, I have found a good...

    Thanks for all the input, I have found a good source of wood for a good price.
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    When I started building my hive bodies, I noticed...

    When I started building my hive bodies, I noticed that all the commercial outfits are using a solid pine board. Has any one tried using plywood? Noticed it was alot cheaper.
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