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  1. Re: Any word on when bees could be released from almonds this year!

    Picked up last 512 tonight for a friend down south.bees were boiling,but very light..
  2. Re: Proposed Colorado law on Epi-Injectors

    We have 9 employees.almost sounds like tali ban again. We carry plenty of benydril seems to work just fine. I guess if I was allergic to bees I would find a different trait.
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    Re: Wax Rendering

    Matt,we charge .50 cents a pound for cappings wax.and .80 cents a pond for rendering slum.
  4. Re: Any word on when bees could be released from almonds this year!

    Large frame of audience. And friends.
  5. Re: Any word on when bees could be released from almonds this year!

    There was a slight mist today in central California. Mountains sure drying up.fast as well.
  6. Re: who hauls their own bees on their own semi

    That is very true.was nailed 2 times a few years back in Wyoming. Now we just haul our ton trucks. Much easier than paying employees to drive them.back and forth to California.
  7. Re: who hauls their own bees on their own semi

    Wouldn't advise buying a truck and trailer either. Because if you need help hauling your own bees that will mess loads up big time because you can haul more bees on a truck and trailer.vs a tractor...
  8. Re: who hauls their own bees on their own semi

    Sounds like a great retirement plan.if you can keep the truck busy enough.
  9. Re: who hauls their own bees on their own semi

    Planes trains and automobiles. Hope that answered your question. Convenience is nice.apportioned plates and ifta is easy. Time is the most critical thing. Good luck.
  10. Re: who hauls their own bees on their own semi

    We have our own semi.But rarely find time to haul our own bees.Its main use is for hauling wax around,our honey which is hauled in a reefer trailer. And our vehicles and equipment to and from...
  11. Re: Ready for winter... ready for the almonds?

    all this broker speculation.hive numbers,increase,and price will hurt us in the end.im pretty sure most almond growers have computers.and use them to there advantage.pollinaton is almost like corn...
  12. Re: Ready for winter... ready for the almonds?

    we shall see.
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    Re: Strapping down hives

    front to back straps on a 48 foot trailer are pretty much a look good thing.bobtail trucks are different.jim is right a good cross tie in the front and rear is totally faster and legal.heck half of...
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    Re: Probiotic in patties

    pm.the nutra bee guy.
  15. Re: ccommercial way for installing packages

    take 100 empty deep shells with ya.pull feeder can install queen in box with combs.turn package over and just let the bees crawl out onto combs.leave the empty shell on until you turn the queens...
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    Re: filtration/straining

    The filtration as far as I know is required by the packer.do not get sold into their games.
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    Re: Labor

    yes,workers comp is into play.and if they have a work visa they are fine.an H2A worker is normally through a brockered company,and cost big $$$$$$$.wish i could work for their wages.lol
  18. Re: Anyone looking to build a ten wheeler? Ad from craigslist

    the questions and all the answers are in dbest pics.
  19. Re: Commercial beekeeping and the historical decreasing use of harsh to soft treatmen

    Gee.I guess some just have all the answers.and the environment is perfectly clean.there is no such thing as gmo or neonics.we all just better stay indoors and go broke.destroying equipment.
  20. Re: Start Trucking your own bees TODAY!

    those cab over hay haulers are 235 to 245 inch wheelbase.probably didnt help but thats what they are.
  21. Re: Start Trucking your own bees TODAY!

    Trucking some of your own bees and all your equipment is fine.but all your ducks have to be in a row.A sub hauler can still do it cheaper.
  22. Re: 2012 almonds - is pricing out from Paramount or Traynor yet?

    times are pretty good in the bee business.pollination and honey makes things click just right.
  23. Re: What do you take with you when pulling honey

    plenty of snakes around here just bring the skanks....
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    Re: Testing pollen sub

    glad that someone slid the card.to get his attention.
  25. Re: Moving bees where the sun never goes down.

    Why not try a cutain van bobtail.with a reefer unit mounted on the front.and replace the curtain tarps with bee nets.
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