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  1. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    We would ship overnight. The price even ends up reasonable when we go through the university's shipping website.
  2. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    I'll try to catch the Corolla owner in a good mood - he's the lab's leafhopper guy and doesn't work with bees at all. Not sure how he'll react to a prospective road trip with bees. We can just...
  3. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    Thanks for your suggestions. I'll probably look into the cost of renting an actual truck. If the professor is serious about moving the hives, she'll probably have to pay to ship someone's car. Off...
  4. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    We don't know if it will actually change. If it changes that would be interesting, but we have a baseline history on the hives we have now and would know the gut microbes changed. I've never lived in...
  5. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    Perhaps less so than obtaining new hives. We're studying the gut microbes of honey bees and have untreated hives. We have talked about "starting over," but are exploring the feasibility of moving the...
  6. Re: Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    We are moving from Connecticut to Texas in August and have no control over the timetable. The reason we really can't move the hives ourselves is the lab is moving too. No one in the lab owns a truck...
  7. Paying someone to move bee hives to another state?

    I work for a research lab that is moving to another state late next summer. As we have research hives, we would like to take our hives with us, but are unsure if we can do it ourselves. Have any of...
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