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  1. Re: Inspiration to keep going

    videos of the standing Senate committee on Agriculture, holding hearings on The importance of bees and bee health in Canada in the production of honey, food and seed in Canada

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    Re: mineral supplements for bees

    Joe,

    Thank you for the comments, as you know what works in one study, instance, may or may not work in another, re the Egyptian study.I was just wondering if any studies had been done on extra...
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    Re: mineral supplements for bees

    Keith,you getting any patties into Canada? REPEAT ORDERS?
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    mineral supplements for bees

    file:///C:/Users/irwin/Downloads/The effect of vitamin B12, cobalt and one water-soluble mineral and vitamin concoction on the development of bee families. - CAB Direct.ht

    “Artificial feeding of...
  5. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    the question still is,what are the sub lethal effects of neonic's on bees, humans and the rest of the environment?

    "While it may be a Canadian drinking water standards issue" SO it its not good...
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    Re: Bulk bees for sale

    Yes,.....some have been caught before....not worth the risk
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    Re: Bulk bees for sale

    I'll take em all
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    Re: incubators

    Wisnewbee, could you please provide more info on your heater,thank you
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    Re: Falling Canadian dollar

    Canada is a producer ,exporter of raw products,....hewers of wood ,drawers of water,sellers of oil.The US is our largest trading partner , market.The US industrial,military, financial complex,which...
  10. Re: Canada wants tracking of individual hives? Just how would that work? Is U.S. ne

    Sure of what?, ain't nothing sure in this world but death and taxes,....definitely be more inspection of food, and its production in the world.We all know about China and its problems.We don't know...
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    Re: Its been a cold windy winter

    to see people who know what they're doing work their bees.
    What i know you could put on the head of a pin ,what I don't know,well you could fill the universe...then there's the danger or sting...
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    Re: Its been a cold windy winter

    Feeding pollen sub patties march12/14

    http://s43.photobucket.com/user/buzz1356/media/MVI_0504.mp4.html
  13. Re: Canada wants tracking of individual hives? Just how would that work? Is U.S. ne

    Come 2015, ALL food producers, food importers and exporters will require a license from CFIA,to produce,import and export any type of food.The writing has been on the wall for some time and it will...
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    Bulk honey prices from Canada,Mexico,Argentina, and China http://www.honey.com/honey-industry/honey-industry-statistics/international-bulk-prices/
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    Re: Microbial ecology - HOW?

    Why not use the bacteria that is already in the bees gut by removing bee gut contents and growing that .Don't know what kind of environment you would need
  16. Re: Viktor Zhdamirov guilty after jury trial in 2012 Hive theft

    North DAKOTA is overflowing with bees, beeyards,( more non-registered than registered )and migratory beekeepers , so much so there is a lot of of overflow into Manitoba and what ever you have we...
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    Re: Its been a cold windy winter

    Allan Dick's pre spring inspection on outdoor wintered hives Feb 26/14 http://www.honeybeeworld.com/diary/default.htm
    Bees have survived several ice ages in Europe
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    Re: Almond polination pics

    My design and I just like to have a different type of lid then the other guys.

    and the reason for that would be?.......................POSSIBLE quick recognition if stolen?
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    Re: transporting packages

    what materials do I need to bring to be prepared?

    everything you can think of , and more, including the kitchen sink
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    Re: The best way to deal with bears.

    well said
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    Re: open drum feeding

    dgl1948
    How long does it take to empty six 5 gal pails?

    I do not like or condone open barrell feeding, but have done it for the last 4-5 years.In my mind anytime you have robbing bees you are...
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    Re: Ontario Blueberry Pollination

    what is a" protozoa killer."....antibiotic?
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    Re: Annual Comb Replacement

    Odfrank said " we can't blame old comb on the massive losses we have seen since 2006."
    Ok, I'll bite,what are saying
  24. Re: NEONICATOIDS ..........And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you

    Ian, I take no offence, no harm done....farmers must protect their crop in the best way possible.
    The farmer at least told me he was going to spray, some don't,

    As for moving that yard, I think...
  25. Re: NEONICATOIDS ..........And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you

    from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neonicotinoid, I see the total value of sale of neo nic's was $2632 million in 2009, probably up a little since then, eh , lol. No IPM required,easier and...
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