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    Re: Keeping your hives safe in Tornado Alley

    I know they won't survive a tornado, I'm just asking since I live at the edge of tornado alley, I get many severe storms in spring and fall. Just want to make sure I keep them safe!
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    Keeping your hives safe in Tornado Alley

    I don't have any hives just yet, but I was wondering, since a large, severe storm came through overnight, with lots of rain and wind gusts, how do you keep your hives from being blown over?
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    Re: How to commercially sell queens

    Oh I'm totally onboard with the quality over quantity, but was curious how a ton of queens are made vs several dozen.
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    Re: How to commercially sell queens

    Wow, I would love to see a commercial operation in person, that sounds so neat!
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    Re: How to commercially sell queens

    None that I know of near me, plus I have work and school, so no time either :(
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    Re: How to commercially sell queens

    I understand that, I was just wondering how commercial bee queen sellers are able to produce thousands of queens. The must have thousands of nucs that they put the queen cell grafts/virgin queens...
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    How to commercially sell queens

    I looked everywhere on here, I have the basics down with grafting, timing, ect, but they all seem to just be for hobby/sideliners. If I was wanting to sell quite a few queens, how do you all go...
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    Re: Round-up ready Dandelions?

    I don't have any bees just yet (studying up and wondering if I can keep them at my parent's house since I'm not sure I can have them at my duplex), but there have been a ton of dandelions popping up...
  9. Re: How to determine and extract a certain type of honey

    Well I don't drink, so fermented honey would do me no good lol
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    Re: Beekeeper 18 years experience.

    I would love to have an operation like that. I hope one day I'll be able to lol.
  11. Re: How to determine and extract a certain type of honey

    How long does that process to cure usually take?
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    Is there a way for the beekeeper to help cure it him/herself after the honey has already been capped?
  13. Re: How to determine and extract a certain type of honey

    Thanks, that makes sense. I figured they would add some empty supers and then remove them quickly.
    And if you could, explain what you mean by cure?
  14. How to determine and extract a certain type of honey

    Hello all, I am wondering, how do beekeepers know they are extracting a certain type of honey? I understand that if their hives are in a field of clover, that'll be clover honey, but for smaller...
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