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    Re: Russell Queens

    I also have emailed twice to get an update on my queen order I placed last year. Their web site says emailing is the best way to contact them. Still no response. I tried calling but their voice mail...
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    Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Two of my hives located at my house on Jan 1st.
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    Re: NewBee from E. Mass

    Welcome!
  4. Re: Mite Away Quick Strips recieve Federal Approval

    I'm glad to see that NOD finally got federal registration for this product. Now we wait for the states to start the registrations. I did read a study of this product done out in Hawaii. It seems the...
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    Re: 1 hive. All dead.

    beehaving,

    I would clean out the dead out. There is an article by Jim Agsten in the December 2010 Bee Culture called " Caring for a Dead Out.":( I just had to clean up a dead out yesterday.
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    Re: Formic acid- I goofed

    If you used a Mite-Away II pad then the instructions say "Seal all holes in the hive except the bottom hive entrance, which needs to be fully open for the entire duration of treatment. Entrance...
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    Re: Hive Tracks has been upgraded

    Can you turn off the hive structure check?
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    Re: Q: Fee for managing 2 hives?

    Steve,

    I would do it for nothing. I figure the honey, possible free fresh produce, and a location to sell your honey as payment. I think your hives went queenless, and these extra hives would give...
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    Re: greetings from south coast, MA

    Welcome aboard
  10. Re: Queen cell in MA hive - possibility for mating?

    I'd say your odds are not too great.
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    Re: Are queens in packages virgin

    I believe most package queens are open mated.
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    Re: Question for MA beeks

    I think you are a little early. I figure you have three to four more weeks to go before the Spring nectar flow starts.
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    Re: Hello From Massachusetts

    Welcome, and congratulations on making in through the winter.
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    Re: Hello from MA

    Welcome, the Massbee field day in June is worth putting on your schedule.
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    Re: Can I use these frames again?

    People say that have Nosema, but have they actually taken the necessary steps to prove their bees had a high spore count on Nosema (Apis or Ceranae)? and this is what cause the dysentary they see and...
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    Re: Hello from Nantucket Island

    Welcome to the forum
  17. Thread: Boston!

    by SteelHorse
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    Re: Boston!

    Welcome to the forum. Are you are a member of the Middlesex County Beekeepers?
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    Re: New-ish beekeeper saying hello

    You could try either the Middlesex County http://www.middlesexbeekeepers.org/,
    Essex County http://www.essexcountybeekeepers.org/index.shtml, or
    Norfolk County Beekeeper associations...
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    Did you attend the Beekeeping school/class that...

    Did you attend the Beekeeping school/class that the Norfolk County Beekeepers Association gave a few months back? Welcome to the forum. :)
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