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  1. How Long for Drones to Sexually Mature

    Hi All

    On Feb 19th of2015, my nuc lost it queen. I went in today to see if I could spot any queen cells, due to the fact that before the old queen died, she had filled three frames full of capped...
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    Need a Queen Bee ASAP

    Hi All
    I just lost both of my queens. One that mated and laying a great pattern. My other being a virgin (kinda early in this neck of the woods) who was doing her mating flight. My virgin, I guess...
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    Re: Taking Old Queens

    I have already been emailed by someone. Thanks very much to all
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    Re: Taking Old Queens

    Very true
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    Re: How much to charge for drone brood?

    I dont. I'm a vegetarian.
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    Re: How much to charge for drone brood?

    They are sick people. I never have anything bad or negative to say against people of other nationality's, but this is taking it to far
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    Taking Old Queens

    Hey Fellow Beeks

    I just wanted to let you all know that I will take your old queens that you are/might replacing with more younger queens for this seasons. I'm doing an experiment to see if the...
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    Re: How much to charge for drone brood?

    Dont answer
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    Re: queenless -enough time to requeen?

    First of all sorry to hear about that. I know exactly how that feels. I would requeen with a new mated queen if you can find one. I would sell you one of mine but I sold a couple days ago. Letting g...
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    Re: Drone cells at the end of August

    Same here. Have two frames of all natural built drone comb. Did a split of my huge hive on seeing that they had a a couple of Queen cells capped. Hope to get some good queens
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    Re: USPS FAILS at delivering queens

    It is always best to local queens from local beekeepers that way u don't throw money away on insurance or best yet, raise a couple queens for personal use
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    Re: yellow jacket near my hive

    The best way to kill a yellow jacket nest underground is to pour dish soap or any type of soap into the nest. Right after you need to put running water to create soao water kinda like when u wash...
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    Re: Black bees

    That is the blackest bee that I have seen in a while. I have a few every once in while from my Carni hive who is rule by a very dark black queen. I raised her from her mother who I accidently killed...
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    The EPA Are Liars

    http://www.thepetitionsite.com/828/829/973/epa-repeal-permission-for-use-of-bee-killing-pesticide-cyantranilliprole/

    http://ecowatch.com/2014/02/07/epa-approves-another-pesticide-toxic-bees/
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    I'll Take Your Old Queens

    Hey Guys

    I just wanted to let you know that I will take your old queens from beekeepers who are local and do not want the queens any more or are requeening their hives with new ones. I will be...
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    Re: new beekeeper - equalizing colonies

    Give the strong nuc a super or another box to fill out. If you don't the nuc will swarm, just like mine did because of my neglect. ( I caught the swarm and hived them and they boomed again). I would...
  17. Re: Bottled up my first 50 lbs of honey last night

    Great for you. Enjoy your honey
  18. Re: some capped honey frames in a new hive.

    Hi
    I would leave some of the frames of honey in the hive for the new package. It will help them out a lot, since they wont have stores to hold them through until they can start raising brood. I did...
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    New OB Hive

    Hi Beeks

    Here is a new ob hive that I got from a guy in Oakland, CA. He brought it about 10 years ago, but never used it. It had been sitting in his garage collecting dust, so he decided to sell...
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    Re: How often to requeen

    From personal experience I have seen that queens do better in their second year than their first. I guess they have learned the ropes and are saying "lets do this.
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    Re: Workers in Queen Cage

    There are extras because some of her majesty's attendants die during transit. So it is always best to put in a few more.
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    Re: Testing FREE SHIPPING

    Is there free shipping to northern california
  23. Re: New to beesource, long time with bees.

    Welcome Mac. Enjoy your time on this wonderful forum.
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    Re: I'll Take Your Old Queens

    Send them to my company address in novato. would like them to be in a queen cage with some attendants with food and water. I would like them to be overnighted. Let me know what you want for them.
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    I'll Take Your Old Queens

    Hey Guys

    I just wanted to let you know that I will take your old queens from beekeepers who are local and do not want the queens any more or are requeening their hives with new ones. I will be...
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