Welcome from Kansas!
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Welcome from Kansas!
Welcome from Kansas.
Welcome from NE Kansas fuller!
Welcome from NE Kansas texasair!
Welcome from NE Kansas beebuggy! I'm hoping, if I learn how to keep bees and winter them properly, that I'll someday have enough colonies to generate some wax. I'm interested in candles too.
Welcome from NE Kansas Verbify! It's my first season, and I know painfully little, but it's addictive stuff. I'm busy worrying about winter now and if my three hives are in good shape.
Well, I'm late to the party but welcome from NE Kansas Maryette! I'm first year and really hooked.
Welcome from NE Kansas Ross! You've forgotten more than I know I'm sure, and good luck to you and your swarm.
Welcome from NE Kansas beesquad! I'm first year too and worrying about wintering bees. Good luck to you!
Welcome from NE Kansas Cookie!
I'm new this year and really hooked. As long as you can get on somebody's list by February or so, you'll be able to get package bees. The bee buying process was...
Welcome from NE Kansas.
Welcome from NE Kansas. I'm new this year and heading into winter with three hives. Good luck to you!
Welcome from Kansas. I'm a first season person and am hooked.
I bought my first supplement very recently. I got MegaBee from Dadant, and my bees really take it well. There are other brands, and I'm sure they are fine too, but I've had experience with this one...
Welcome from Kansas Lynne.
NewBee here, so I'm very interested in this topic and anything around wintering hives. I'm in 6a, windy, and we had minus temps on a few occasions last winter. As far as I know, and I've inquired a...
Welcome from Kansas Barb. I'm first year and heading into winter with three hives of Carnies.
Folks, this is a strong little thread. Here's my related question. Is there a point when you worry about the bees not being able to cure out and cap the 2:1, thus creating moisture in the hive, or...
Welcome from Kansas Dan! Good luck to you.
Welcome from Kansas! It's my first year, and I'm hooked. Ditto what wmsuber said above about two hives. Start with two if you can. There are threads out here right now regarding single hives that...
Welcome from Lawrence KS!
You've got some great advice on this thread. I would echo the echo of starting out with some foundation, in the deeps. I only had one hive produce honey in its first...
Welcome from Kansas Brian. I'm new this year and am hooked.
Welcome from NE Kansas Terry!
Here's a couple of pics of the propolis "beads" the girls are laying down at every connection point now. It's always been noticeable, but it's worse the last few weeks. I also found that the screws...