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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    Bump
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    Re: What goes in grooved bottom?

    Nothing....just leave it and bees will take care of it.
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    One week left on the sale.....
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    corn husks for smoker fuel

    Has anyone ever used corn husks for smoker fuel? We have a lot of sweet corn this time of year and have a lot of husks and silks. Just wondering
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    No...the usual pruce is $395 plus shipping.
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    Yes, you can pick up and save on shipping...
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    Yes you can pick up and save on shipping...
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    I have decided to give all beesource users $100 off and sell for only $295 plus shipping.....just PM me your email and I will send you out an invoice.

    Wayne
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    You can buy straws right from my website along with all the parts for the machine. Cost is 21.00 plus shipping for a box of 2500 straws.
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    Re: Make your own Honey Sticks

    The machine in the video is a prototype that I built for myself when I started making my own sticks. The one you will get is painted and has a few improvements. All material in the machine is food...
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    Make your own Honey Sticks

    I am offering again a honey stick machine for the small operation. It makes nine sticks at a time and with it you can make upwards of 500 an hour with ease (ok once you get the hang of it is with...
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    Re: Best material for crash pad bee vacuum

    I use a piece of burlap crunched up in bottom.
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    Re: uncapping for 100 hives

    I love my Maxant uncapper. I bought it a couple years ago. it is an older model with the non adjustable pillow blocks but it does an awesome job for my one man 100 hive operation. i dont think i...
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    Re: OT Please help my Daughters Dog

    Yeah that is what I usually shoot them with........dang dog usually stays by me and when i was ready to shoot he apparently took of to other side with out me knowing it..........did't even see...
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    OT Please help my Daughters Dog

    Last night about 10pm our dog and very best friend of my daughter had cornered a possum under the car. So as usual i take the 22 pistol to go kill it. Well just as I shot Benjy (our dog) had ran to...
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    Re: OTS Queen Rearing

    well, they are building up real nice.....the brood patterns are the best i have seen in a long time in my hives.....some of the stronger ones have 4 to 5 frames of wall to wall brood already.....i...
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    Re: Are there grants for expanding "operations"?

    I always find it amusing when people say "the money is there then iI'm going to take it". Well if everyone quit taking it thenI feel we would be better off as a country. I for one am trying to make...
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    Re: OTS Queen Rearing

    Thanks Tom...........I must say they are the fattest and best looking queens I could ask for......cant wait to see how the brood pattern looks after they start to build up some.......I have some old...
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    Re: OTS Queen Rearing

    No. I usually have bought queens in the past but my partner has not wanted to spend money the last couple years so our bees did not do so hot this year as they were mostly 3 year old queens except...
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    OTS Queen Rearing

    Well, i attempted my first OTS queen rearing method for some late summer splits. OF the 14 hives i made up only one did not have a laying queen when I checked this afternoon. Now to feed, feed,...
  21. Re: State Laws Regulating Honey Harvesting/Bottling

    This is what the Kansas Food Code says about Honey.

    Food Processing Plant.
    (1) "Food processing plant" means a commercial operation that processes or stores food for human consumption and...
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    Re: need help with a Maxant chain uncapper

    I am looking at an older uncapper with the non adjustable pillow blocks. How much is the upgrade kit?
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    Re: Sideline uncapper.

    I have a chance to buy an older Maxant uncapper at a good price..........I am running about 50 hives now and plan on 500..........I am hoping that this will be suitable.
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    Re: John & Wayne's Honey Stick device

    I have the sealer i recommend for sale on my site www.honeystickmachine.com i wish you luck in your endeavor and if you have any questions dont hesitate to pm me on here.
  25. Re: a review of the John & Wayne's Honey Stick device

    750 watt is what I recommend. Also when you seal you have to keep firm pressure on the seal for several seconds after the sealer turns off so the seal has time to set.
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