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    Re: Super Size?

    i do the same thing works good that way
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    Re: question on glue for langstroth bodies

    i also use titebond III and i use 2" exterior decking screws on every finger
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    Re: Crosswiring crimped wire foundation?

    the first year i did beekeeping i used pins. After talking with a guy he hooked me up with cross wiring and it is a little more time consuming but personally i like it better. Notice less mess less...
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    Re: Queen Excluder or not

    try putting your queen excluder on sideways that should cut down the queen travel going up yet your workers should still go up
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    Re: Outside frames.

    i move them in i just make sure when i swap them out if it is in the fall or spring that i dont break up the cluster
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    Re: northern beekeeping

    i winter with just two deeps they seem to do all right however a couple i have had to feed in late march
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    Re: Western Bee Supply...

    I placed an order with western bee supply over the weekend online for a new bee suit and 20 entrance feeders. Today i recieved an email asking if i still wanted the order for they where behind on...
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    Re: Looking For Beekeeping Help

    michael what is ur season roughly considered??
  9. Re: Seasonal Part-time position offered in Maine

    id be intrested in 2012 if need help 4 year bee keeper with 15 hives
  10. Re: Nail gun or wide crown stapler to assemble supers?

    it aint much faster but sure sturdy i use titebond II glue and 2" exterior screws i dont have to worry about them coming loose like nails will once in a while and corrosive resistent and u can barely...
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    Re: Winter feeding

    they are awsome just beware when you start feeding them for the pollen can make the queen to start laying eggs early thinking the pollen is in flow. I usually put my pollen patties on when the...
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    Re: Hive color

    i am in maine so we got cold winters wich help with dark colors for i the hives i paint dark i dont need to insulate wrap. When i see the bees "fanning" on the front of the hive i open up the...
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    Re: Dead bees and larva in front of hive

    white things?? sounds like may be chaulk brood
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