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    Re: The Ultimate Hive Feeder

    I'm a hobbyist and I'm always open to a new feeder. The top qualities I look for are : Eliminate Drowning, easy access, drip free materials, decent quantity, easy to clean. Good materials always a...
  2. Thread: Beemax Nucs

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    Re: Beemax Nucs

    Looks like Tegart Nucs is set up to sell 750 at a time! What would you suggest to us little guys that buy 2 at a time?
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    Re: Terrible Problem /.=)

    Wait. Didn't I just read in another thread that you shouldn't use plastic frames in brood chamber? You better start over!
  4. Re: Flow Hive- this look interesting

    AMEN
  5. Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow"

    I'm a classic backyard beekeeper, generally willing to overpay a little for something different. I was on their email list, waiting for the launch. If this is the earlybird discount for financing...
  6. Re: Anyone Used Draper or Thistledew Apiaries in Pennsylvania and West Virginia?

    very nice and helpful on the phone. reliable .
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    Re: Maintaining Copper Hive Top

    I've spent a lot of time (and money!) worrying about the aesthetic of my hives at my vacation house. I'm embarrassed to admit it, but it seems to be more important in my mind than actuality. Guests...
  8. Thread: Eco Bee Box

    by mahobee
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    Re: Eco Bee Box

    I notified you immediately of the damage, caused solely by your negligence and sloppiness. The items were packed without any protection whatsoever. I have a ups tracking confirmation for the returned...
  9. Thread: New York Nucs?

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    Re: New York Nucs?

    Thanks. I'm afraid my area is too populated (with people) for Russians, and I'd like to stay away from Southern bees.
  10. Thread: New York Nucs?

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    Re: New York Nucs?

    I tried Alan. Hopefully he'll squeeze me in. He doesn't sell Mediums though. Does anyone ship Nucs?
  11. Thread: New York Nucs?

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    Re: New York Nucs?

    Thanks. The last 2 are about a 5 hr drive for me. It would be easier to go to Maryland! I'd like to find someone in my driving radius (2-3 hrs) that overwinter Hygenic queens and don't just flip...
  12. Thread: New York Nucs?

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    New York Nucs?

    Since the NY Knicks are so bad, I was wondering if anyone knows a good source for Nucs in NY? VSH a plus! Early spring delivery also a plus
  13. Re: To be treatment free, get treatment free bees to begin with

    2 of my 3 hives, sadly, are going into winter weak (1 had high mite counts) and I have little hope that they will survive. If I wait for overwintered Nucs in the Northeast, it will be end of...
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    Re: Your Bee recommendations

    I used my new Varrox vaporizer for the first time today. As you may have guessed, nobody will confuse my beekeeping skills with Michael Palmer's. Nevertheless, this could have been the simplest thing...
  15. Re: Hot Tubbing Bees (or how to end their vacation?)...

    At the risk of being Debbie Downer, I don't think it's so easy to solve. I have a hot tub, pool and lake, and unfortunately my bees can't seem to form a consensus on which they like best. I have...
  16. Re: Hot Tubbing Bees (or how to end their vacation?)...

    At the risk of being Debbie Downer, I don't think it's so easy to solve. I have a hot tub, pool and lake, and unfortunately my bees can't seem to form a consensus on which they like best. I have...
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    Re: Taking down a tree

    Ahh, if only I lived in a rural area! Maybe I should film a reality TV show Beekeeping in the Big City!
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    Re: Taking down a tree

    Straight, and good enough to pay a professional
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    Taking down a tree

    I am thinking about taking down a tree which I believe is providing too much shade for my bee (and is starting to die on the top). Any suggestions for moving the hive or not? Wait for it to get...
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    Re: Your Bee recommendations

    Thanks. White Oak is about 20 minutes from my summer house. I wouldn't buy bees from him if he was the last apiary in the world!
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    Your Bee recommendations

    With 2 weak hives going into winter, I have made the decision to not get mad, but get even. I have ordered an Oa vaporizer to treat my currently infested hives (I have thought of myself as tf, but...
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    Re: Ultimate In-Hive Feeders

    I tried it this year and am willing to sell mine. some (not a lot) of dead bees. 5:3 syrup not sure if it clogged, but had to be jiggled to continue filling. The search for the perfect feeder goes on!
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    Re: Trying to avoid another lousy winter

    There were no signs of robbing. 65 deg and sunny in NY today and I did my first sugar shake test. 14418

    Despite my efforts to go treatment free and migrate to foundationless frames, I counted at...
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    Re: Should I give up or try again?

    Is Lubbock a city?
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    Re: Trying to avoid another lousy winter

    I've made and used Lauri's sugar blocks (- the electrolytes, since I had no idea where to get that) and have Quilt box on my Warre's, so maybe I'll try it on my langs. The honest truth is both the...
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