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    Re: Chefs Visiting My Beeyard

    It is still considered raw up to around 118 degrees. The idea is that after 118 degrees the natural enzymes and nutrients start to be destroyed. So as long as you stay below that temp. the food can...
  2. Re: corrugated SHB traps with roach gel, totally, rapidly, propolized.

    He is using the material from the election signs you see on the side of the road and in peoples yards when folk run for offices. I would say you could probably get some for free or very cheap from...
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    Re: Chefs Visiting My Beeyard

    Wow...that's awesome. And very cool you have a "raw" food restaurant in your area. I am actually a high raw vegetarian meaning that about 75-80% of the food I eat is raw. Hopefully you are able to be...
  4. Re: Obtaining Insurance for Beekeeping /Beekeeping Sales

    State Farm does offer farm insurance but not sure bees are covered under that...it would be worth a call to your agent though. I used to have SF on my vehicles...they were good to deal with.
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    Re: Help! European Hornet attack

    It might have the same effectiveness but it's not nearly as much fun :D
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    Re: Just Farting Around

    How cool would that be...I thought about doing the same thing but my luck bees WOULD move in and then I would be like...NOW WHAT?!?!?!...lol...so close to fall here in West Virginia I would be a bit...
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    Re: bee photos wanted

    No idea...not mine.

    http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k289/cashton12/DSC_6182.jpg
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