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  1. Thread: A problem..

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    Re: A problem..

    way to costly. and access would be an issue. they are also found on the outsides of some other out buildings
  2. Thread: A problem..

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    Re: A problem..

    You are not narrow minded at all.
    I have taken an interest to this issue as i was referred to them by the Oregon State Master beekeeper program where I am involved.
    And yes other than doing some...
  3. Thread: A problem..

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    Re: A problem..

    Bees are located in southern Willamette valley. if i could find the owner of the hives would suggest the pollen route at his expense.
    The farm is 130 miles from me but i do travel near there.
  4. Thread: A problem..

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    A problem..

    I am in contact with a Horse Stable in West central Oregon.
    They store their bedding material under cover in a three sided bin that's about 16x16 with a roof.
    Its standard sawdust from a local...
  5. Thread: Chimney

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    Chimney

    Just received a email from a person who has bees in a unused Chimney.
    Any thoughts. other than
    "sorry you're screwed"
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    Re: Bees balling up outside entrance

    Its a top bar. the entrance is half way up one side. The bottom is a full screen Hive is 1 inch cedar unpainted (oiled though on outside)
    So you are suggesting wait a week to see if they will all...
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    Re: Bees balling up outside entrance

    its bearding. The first swarm only drew out maybe a section 5 x 4 and its all empty.
    Biggest concern is the aggressiveness. anyone within 20 ft of the Hive is attacked. I was trimming some cedar...
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    Bees balling up outside entrance

    First topbar hive.
    Installed a small swarm about 2 weeks ago.
    did not think they would make it due to size.
    They did not, a few were alive but other than some comb building most were deceased.
    On...
  9. The first meeting of the Douglas County Bees will be April 2 "Oregon"

    When: April 2 on Wednesday at 7:00 to 8:30
    Where: Douglas County Courthouse room 311
    Contact: for any questions phillthebeeguy@gmail.com
  10. Thread: hop guard

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    hop guard

    thinking about using hopguard as a weapon against varroa.
    what is coldest temp outside i can use it in fall/winter?
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    Re: swarm catching net plans ?

    I like it
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    Re: swarm catching net plans ?

    thats an idea. the fitting I think i am looking for is the one on the previous video about using a water jug.
    found plans for a catcher net but it had a inside cone with a open bottom and i agree it...
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    Re: swarm catching net plans ?

    Agree, am thinking something with maybe a spring opening and a pull cord to close it. Still how do I attach it to a pole. A paint handle is a good start
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    swarm catching net plans ?

    looking to build a swarm catching net.
    saw one that used a extention paint pole (i have) A empty 50 lb feed bag (i have) and a wire hoop (also have)
    What i do not have is a easy way to attach it...
  15. Thread: YellowJackets

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    YellowJackets

    Its "meat eating" time for local YellowJackets.
    I have had 3 hives destroyed by them this last weekend.
    All three hives were weak and thats why they could not defend.

    Are there any...
  16. Thread: Bee suit

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    Re: Bee suit

    Wore my new ultrabreeze this evening. Felt the durability was worth the extra price, the others had complaints about fit and cleaning.
    MOST cool.. My question tho is this. Anyone ever been stung...
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    Looking for a mite tolerant mated queen

    Have a queenless hive, Looking for a mated hygienic queen.

    Phil Camas Valley, Oregon
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    Swarm box procedures.

    This evening I will be picking up a habited swarm box at a remote location.
    This box is about the size of a large super and has frames, There are apparently bees going in and out 2 days ago.
    ...
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    Re: Hive Removal Temperature/weather question

    Thank you, did not see a special place for removals, will look again
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    Hive Removal Temperature/weather question

    I am scheduled to remove a 7 yr old hive this morning in a roof of a small attached shed.
    It is running about 60 degrees and lightly raining.
    Should I reschedule? or go for it.
    My thought is the...
  21. Thread: Queens

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    Re: Queens

    Had very bad success with Nuc's. That and cost issues. I have a problem paying over $100. for a Nuc plus shipping. Had 3 Nucs (my bad they were three "packages")that I picked up from Portland, they...
  22. Thread: Queens

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    Queens

    Is there anyone who is selling Queens this late in the year ?


    Phil in Oregon
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    When to start supplemental feeding?

    Am considering shifting from "wet" to "dry" sugar this year. Its starting to get cold here, I did see the Bees out weekend before last though. When do you think its a good time to start? I have 2...
  24. Thread: Zombee fly

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    Re: Zombee fly

    Just caught that on a "local" site.. http://www.kgw.com/news/Zombie-bees-reported-for-1st-time-in-Wash-171004911.html
    The site looks more of a detection method, anyone come up with any...
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    Boreocoelioxys ??

    My wife has just today noticed quite a large amount (25 or s0) of what maybe "Boreocoelioxys"
    They had a pronounced black pointed "butt" and are definately not our Honey bees (who also frequent the...
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