Type: Posts; User: Birdman
Welcome, and enjoy.
I wouldn't count on many this year, I've had two calls so far and one from my hive's.
I have an extra queen.
There should no problems put your nuc with the rest of your hive's.
I had to use a 5/8 paddle bit today
Sound like a Jim Jones type experiment.
I build a lot of split rail fence with hemlock, should be great for hive's.
The one's that are lined up are packing pollen.
Use a straight edge and utility knife run the knife down the straight do not cut all they way through just scar it, then bend. I like to use a level that way you can bend till it hits the level....
The pics he posted look like honey bees to me.
leave it they will build faster with honey.
I had 3 on my back deck before.
Might try hot water.
Welcome and good luck.
Put a top entrance on and you don't have to mow as often. :D
That question can be answered by the man that mow's your grass, after he has mowed a few times. :thumbsup:
That would eat up honey supplies.
pail yellow and light gray pollen today and snow balls tomorrow. :lookout: Spring is on it's way. :waiting: :popcorn:
I will know more in April, I will let you know if we do. I have a few people that may want more, I have a waiting list going now and your number 4. We are looking at May 17-18 for pick up, I will...
I think it was Maple pollen over here. Good to see the ladies working again.
The guy on Fairfax Rd, That would be me. Good to find you here if I can help in an way just let me know. Pat