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    Re: What Percent of Hives Are Feral vs Kept

    Apparently Mike didn't learn anything for the previous time he pulled this stunt! :no:

    Speaking of "complete failure to understand the basic principles of natural selection", here is a fine...
  2. Re: Free Observation Hive Plans anyone?

    Welcome to Beesource!


    Free OB hive plans ....
    http://www.beesource.com/build-it-yourself/3-frame-observation-hive-2/
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    Re: Hi new here from SC

    For future reference, one way to send a PM (private message) is to click on the screen name of the person you want to send a PM to, then follow the prompts.
  4. Re: "...honey vs. sucrose or high fructose corn syrup"

    > p-coumaric acid may find use as an additive to honey substitutes

    According to Wikipedia, p-coumaric acid may be found in a variety of foods people eat, and in lignin, and of course in honey.
    ...
  5. Re: "...honey vs. sucrose or high fructose corn syrup"

    Did you actually read the article by USDA researcher Katherine Aronstein that I linked in my previous post? :s In that article, she says ...





    Other references that support Nosema as a...
  6. Re: "...honey vs. sucrose or high fructose corn syrup"

    Hmmm. Not everyone sees it that way. From USDA researcher Katherine Aronstein ....
  7. Re: "...honey vs. sucrose or high fructose corn syrup"

    The acronym translates as "Internal Standard Isotope Ratio Analysis (ISCIRA)". More on that here:
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    Re: Wood Frames for Honey Super

    Perhaps this might be what you are looking for?

    http://static.wixstatic.com/media/95fa9f_ff88d9dc3bba4f47a66af70782996de2.jpg

    See this site for purchasing info:...
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    Re: New Member from TN

    Welcome to Beesource from the other end of Tennessee!


    Bees may be gathering on the outside of the hive because the foragers have nothing to do, and staying outside means their body heat does not...
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    Re: tankless water heater

    > steady 8.4 GPM flow of hot water 35 F above the inlet temperature for an hour

    Typical 'hot' water is 120 degrees F or so. It seems likely that the temperature rise required to get 120 degree F...
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    Re: Did you stick with top bar?

    I started with two top bar hives, then the following spring expanded into Lang style hives. I still have the original TBHs, but future growth with be with the Langs.

    I converted all my TBH swarm...
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    Re: What Percent of Hives Are Feral vs Kept

    Mark, of course threads wander from the original topic. I think that, in many cases, it is a good thing that Barry allows that flexibility.

    It is a rare thread that is strictly still on the...
  13. Re: great new Opportunity need advice on capitalization?

    Michael Bush has a great post (made into a "sticky" at the top of the Beekeeping 101 forum) on how to write an effective post: :)

    Advice on how to post a topic on a forum to elicit useful responses
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    Re: tankless water heater

    Propane in a tank is in a liquid state. But it only burns in the heating appliance as a GAS. In order to turn the liquid into a gas, so your heater will work, heat MUST be added to the liquid...
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    Re: Hi new here from SC

    There is no reason that you HAVE to spend $1000 to set up 2 hives. You can build you own boxes, tops and bottoms, if you wish, with fairly simple tools. You have lots of time available yet to...
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    Re: Hi new here from SC

    Welcome to Beesource!


    If I may, allow me to suggest that you should plan to start out with at least two hives. The road is likely to be less rocky that way. :)
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    Re: What Percent of Hives Are Feral vs Kept

    > I couldn't resist: I opened one, and glanced, and saw lots of colours, and cartoon figures, exclamation marks, and capitals and underlining, and the word 'dinosours'


    Funny, there was NO...
  18. Re: great new Opportunity need advice on capitalization?

    Say what?!? :scratch: :s

    Bendriftin is looking for ideas for enhancing PASTURE land for grazing farm animals. CRP programs do not allow grazing of stock ...



    That would preclude grazing by...
  19. Re: Color Photos of bee frames for class room teachings

    BeeInformed.org is a partnership of various universities and government agencies ...


    You can find lots of great photos at that site with this simple Google search: (type or paste exactly)
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    Re: Weird thing happened...

    Looks like a chess piece to me. The hole in the bottom may be a function of the molding process used to manufacture the piece, especially if it is from a cheap set.

    Just be thankful that chess...
  21. Re: Want to keep bee BUT for scheduling

    Welcome to Beesource!


    >Can I expect that setting up hives and leaving them for a month or so will be a workable solution?

    Yes, this timeline should be workable for you. You may possibly have...
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    Re: What Percent of Hives Are Feral vs Kept

    Beesource is a forum, Mark, not a two-party conversation. One of the great features of a forum is that the audience is wide and varied. It doesn't matter whether a person quoted chooses to bury his...
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    Re: What Percent of Hives Are Feral vs Kept

    Oh? :scratch:
    Remember this gem? Here is how it got started ...



    And Mike responds ...



    And then after seemingly endless:rolleyes: posturing by Mike, this ...
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    Re: hives for rent

    If you later can't find your post/thread, it may have been deleted (or moved).:) There is a sub-forum for Pollination Services:...
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    Re: Greetings

    Welcome to Beesource!

    Entrance reducers as suggested above can certainly keep hornets out of the hive (assuming your hornets are larger than bees). Entrance reducers come in a variety of forms....
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