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    Re: Another label question

    All 'art' is owned by its creator. Art without a copyright mark is still owned by its creator or licensee. But in some cases the owner/creator may grant a license to others for free use of that art....
  2. Re: How many hives did you start out with?

    I purchased two packages. And then two weeks after I installed those packages, I found that a swarm had moved into one of my traps. Fortunately, I had already built extra hive woodenware by that...
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    Creative Marketing

    Beekeepers have a close connection to wood, and many of us scrounge free/low cost wood for beekeeping woodenware projects. Since hives are relatively small by construction industry standards,...
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    Re: Hello from New Hampsire

    Welcome to Beesource!


    Pollen is primarily consumed by nurse bees making royal jelly to feed brood. Pollen is not a significant part of mature bees diet, and it is unlikely that your bees in NH ...
  5. Re: New incubator set up. Modified slightly, looks good, cheap.

    Jim, the instruction manual for the GGF incubator that JSL linked refers to adjusting the 'humidity control vents', with a warning not to completely block all vents, in order to maintain the required...
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    Re: telescoping vs migratory

    Both telescoping covers and migratory covers function to keep the weather out of the interior of the hive. The difference is that since a telescoping cover nestles down over the outside of the the...
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    Re: MDA Splitter Technique

    How about this ...

    https://hollandbees.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/notching-cells.jpg Photo Credit and description
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    I should have been more careful to say 1200 watts, not 1600 watts. The Cabelas manual doesn't specify watts or amps, but Lauri mentioned 1200 watts earlier.



    Regardless of whether the built-in...
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    Re: First time making a split

    I'm sure Ace got the 75% success rate vs the 74% success rate from somewhere:kn: in his How-To-Split thread:

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?291085-Split-like-crazy


    :gh:
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    If you read the owners manual for Lauri's dehydrator, it notes that the temperature range for the internal controller is up to a 10 degree variance.



    While that won't make a difference for a...
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    Re: First time making a split

    Acebird





    Course, you can greatly improve the odds of success by trying:rolleyes: to do the procedure (whatever it might be) by following established norms. :lpf:
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    Re: First time making a split

    Good job Mike! :)


    Since sometimes key words seem to get overlooked by some:rolleyes: here, I have emphasized a couple of those ... :p



    :D
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    Re: unbelievable CL find with pics

    Very nice deal for $300!


    For those that would like to be quickly notified when a Craigslist posting matching your search criteria is first listed, I recommend IFTTT.com.

    In effect, you store...
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    Re: beekeeping insurance

    If I were in Kentucky, and considering insurance, I would consider talking to this KY agent who discusses beekeeping insurance on her website:
    http://www.lanibasberg.com/our-services-kentucky.html
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  15. Re: What type of glue for assembling telescoping top?

    Hmm. Looks like I misread your original post. Titebond II and III glues are not particularly suited to bonding with metal.


    I have not used this specific Liquid Nails product, but it does say...
  16. Re: What type of glue for assembling telescoping top?

    Oops! See post #4
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    Re: First time making a split

    Regarding the semen quality of 'old drones' vs 'young drones', the old drones do have LESS VIABLE sperm. Read the whole study (free access) here:
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    Re: First time making a split

    Or the difference could possibly be that a beekeeper is willing to spend more than two minutes at the task ....




    :gh:

    ... maybe Ace also applies a two-minute rule in his .... uhhh ......
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    Re: Greetings from central MD

    Welcome to Beesource!





    The only way to change your location (after joining Beesource) is to send a PM request to moderator Barry.
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    Re: First time making a split

    Here's how he manages not to buy anything ....





    :gh:

    (click the blue arrow in the quote box to see the original post/thread)
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    Re: Mann Lake

    > Just wanted you all to know that I did not start this thread. It has also been edited (both words and posts). Was started by gfbees13 whose original post is long gone for some reason.


    No, what...
  22. Re: Ask This Old House now instructs beekeepers?

    For those who aren't sure what a tulle veil looks like, photos, discussion and even a link to making your own tulle veil (see post #20).
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    Re: Can I put syrup in empty comb?

    You certainly _can_ fill empty comb with syrup. To do so on a large scale, one member build a 'filling machine' to cut the time invested:...
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    Re: HoneyBees and Appletrees

    If Eastern Red Cedar trees grow in abundance in the general area of your property/apiary, be aware that cedar-apple rust fungus can be a serious problem for apple trees if cedars in the area host ...
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    Re: New guy with some questions

    Welcome to Beesource!


    I'll tackle #1.:)

    The number of hives that any given location can support is dependent on the forage within up to 1.5 to 2 mile radius from the hive. That will...
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