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    Re: sqkcrk goes south for Winter 2015-16

    I have an E350 w/ over 375,000 miles, hope I don't jinx myself.
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    Re: Grafting with aging eyes

    I avoided grafting for years because people made it sound difficult, it's really not that hard. My eyes are bad enough that I can't read without reading glasses. I have a cheap pair of strong reading...
  3. Re: Frame Feeders - Larvae swimming in syrup

    SHB's love patties, if you have enough of a field force to bring in natural pollen I would leave them out.
  4. Re: Simple Queen rearing Calander from Glenn Apiaries

    I think most commercials place their cells in an incubator a couple days after being capped. I just wouldn't lay them on their sides. Last year I tryed to cut it close and had some cells hatching...
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    Re: Deadout Diagnosis - With Pics

    Before you know how, kill mites. After you know how, kill mites. The knowledge behind it doesn't enhance or belittle the need to kill mites. And killing mites is the best way to understand...
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    Re: Deadout Diagnosis - With Pics

    I have never experienced those kinds of loses. If you go into winter w/ a viable Queen, ample stores, treat for mites, provide upper ventilation and keep your stack of boxes to a minimum, I'll bet...
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    Re: is it too late to get a queen

    You've got to find out if it's Queenless or not. If they are Queenless that would explain their disposition. If it's hopelessly Queenless they will have to accept a new Queen if they want to survive....
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    Re: is it too late to get a queen

    Any chance they're Queenless?
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    Re: USPS FAILS at delivering queens

    I've always had good luck w/ USPS, I'm sure this comment will jinx me though. It's not too hot to ship Queens, as long as they are not pouched or left in the sun they should be OK.
    Florida is full...
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    Re: Southern Bee keeper Issues

    Only if the bees die first....
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    Re: To the 1,000 plus guests.

    :applause:
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    Re: Brown or gray pollen

    It's probably propolis.
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    Re: Chiggers - the basics to keep from going insane

    Just be glad they where not Straw Itch Mites, Chiggers and Red Bugs don't begin to compare to them.
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    Re: how to get rich quick

    :rolleyes: I just want to know when the bacon is done.
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    Re: losing my bees

    Leave them where you first moved them 20' away, remove the empty boxes with Lemongrass oil. Leave them alone a few days; they'll work it out.
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    Re: Making your own sugar syrup

    After pricing a drum heater I will have to keep doing it like I have been.

    I take 2 empty barrels, put my dry sugar in one; lay it on its side and pick it up with the forklift. Hold this barrel...
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    Re: Making your own sugar syrup

    Grant, thanks that is exactly what I was thinking about.
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    Re: Robert Russell is a fraud

    Check out the changes at the RA website.
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    Re: Honey house coming right along

    Please tell me that's not Poplar you're siding it with. :eek:
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    Re: Robert Russell is a fraud

    The only thing that surprises me at this point is that there is not a link to click on at his web site to donate to the Rob/Robert legal defense fund. :pinch:
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    Re: Question about SHB's...

    No, its very common to see them in the extracting supers in the honey house. Even if it did though they would just fly back.
  22. Re: Really American Bee Journal?????????????????????

    Are you serious?
    I'm only 55, but I'm not sure I'll live that long.
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    Re: Another noninterventional beekeeper.....

    Adam your Grandfather sounds exactly like mine, never had an extractor; just crush and strain. The first time he opened a hive for me and let me look in I was hooked. It's been over thirty years and...
  24. Re: Really American Bee Journal?????????????????????

    No Roland, your right; I'm all for information. I guess the tone to me just sounded like one of those evil capitalist conspiricy theories.
    I'm just glad to know I may be able to legally use (if I...
  25. Re: Really American Bee Journal?????????????????????

    :D

    I'm mainly concerned whether or not they are hurting Varroa, and if there wasn't any money in it for them they wouldn't be doing it.
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