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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by Flow Hive

    It was the false/misleading advertising by the Flowhive guys that suckered gullible people into believing the FlowHive is an endless "honey keg" ("Honey On Tap!") and will "help/save" the bees. They...
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    Re: Slovenian AZ Beehive

    That's who I bought my three Slovenian hives from a couple years ago. He's great to deal with and the hives were well packed and shipping was fast!
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    Well, now they have the Flowhives for sell on their website, $670.00 USD (plus shipping) for the full hive.

    http://www.honeyflow.com/shop/p/94

    AND they're STILL misleading people. They say...
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    According to them, they don't plan on selling their greatly overpriced product at a "reasonable price". They plan to sell it at a HIGHER price than on the Indiegogo campaign, which, according to...
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    So you have teaching hives set up at an Elementary School like I do? I've seen more children around a calm hive than YOU can count.

    Want to hear some stories...........??????
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    Showing a child putting honey on her bread direct from the hive, and an even younger child putting her finger in flowing honey direct from the hive, both wearing no protection, is beyond just false...
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    Oldtimer, The problem is that I'm seeing this consistently on various legit sites, like the Flowhive FB page. And on the FlowHive video comments. The Flowhive people don't seem to respond to these...
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    That was on the FlowHive site! I'm serious, and there were so many comments equally disturbing. That's why I posted here. To vent my frustrations with seeing insane comments like that. There's...
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    Sticky: Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive

    We will not know how the Flowhive works in various real world conditions for another 1 1/2 - 2 years when the feedback from users is in. I can wait and am very interested to see what the outcome...
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    Re: Bees finding pollen on January 20

    FANTASTIC photos Bernhard!! :thumbsup: :)
  11. Thread: Vendor Forums

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    Re: Vendor Forums

    They're busy getting ready for the Super Bowl ! :shhhh: :D
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    Re: Your Bees Recognize Your Face

    :thumbsup::applause: ^^ So true!!
  13. Thread: Good books?

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    Re: Good books?

    Hi and Welcome!

    David Heaf also has two books out, the first one is the best for having nice color pics.

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Bee-friendly-Beekeeper-Sustainable-Approach/dp/1904846602
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    Re: Varroa- David Heaf discusses treatment free

    David Heaf uses Warrés mostly but also likes to experiment with other hives such as a skep/Warré hybrid.

    He translated Emile Warrés book into English, "Beekeeping For All". He also wrote his...
  15. Thread: Bee humor

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    Re: Bee humor

    I have the Hebrew version. "Pollen Jocks" is translated as "flying jokes". :D
  16. Thread: Bee House Plans

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    Re: Bee House Plans

    I bought them from a man in Slovenia on eBay, but he's not selling them anymore. They are VERY complicated and take practice to learn to use them. They are not meant to be free standing. They were...
  17. Thread: Bee House Plans

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    Re: Bee House Plans

    Hi, The width of the frame is 41cm and the depth is 26cm (263mm).

    The top, bottom and side bars of the frame are all the same width and are 25mm. Please note in the plans that Sasha posted that...
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    Re: Bee House Plans

    The hives are called AŽ hives (ah-zhay) and yes, they open from the back and the frames slide out.
    I have three of them. Here's a slide show with descriptions of the first one I bought:
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    Re: Honeyless in Seattle

    ^^^ I agree with what Colleen O said.
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    Re: Honeyless in Seattle

    Sorry, we were posting at the same time.

    Thank you for your answers but a bit more info would be helpful.

    There are 8 bars (out of how many total in the hive?) with comb but all 8 bars are...
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    Re: Honeyless in Seattle

    How many bars are in the hive?
    How many have comb?
    How many of those combs have honey in them? (I know they aren't producing honey this time of year, but is there any stored?)
    You said you...
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    Re: Honeyless in Seattle

    I've never heard that before either......:scratch:
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    Re: Honeyless in Seattle

    Five pounds of honey in less than a week? How are you feeding it? Inside or outside the hive?
  24. Thread: Sealing Muth jars

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    Re: Sealing Muth jars

    I just put the cork in the bottle, then invert it (the corked bottle) and dip into melted beeswax. Haven't ever dipped just the cork first so don't know if it would leave bits of wax in the honey. ...
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    Re: I want to leep thos thread going on Warre Hives

    Here in Western Washington the quilt box is absolutely essential!! There's no extra work involved and they don't get "musty" or "mite infested".

    It rains year round and moisture in the hives is...
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