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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    ill let you know next week then.
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    it will be here next week and im extracting ASAP. you can remove everything from the extractor so i dont see how you can get mold if you actually try to clean it. but ill keep you updated
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    well i bought a brushy mountain deluxe 9 frame extractor yesterday morning
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    i like it but its more than double than the ones im considering
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    OK so i have kicked the maxant, im not flipping frames, so now its is between brushy mountain 9 frame and Dadant ranger. i am considering the mann lake 9/18 too but its a bit more than i can afford...
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    well i think i would be growing into this. im likely only harvesting 3 medium boxes this year and probably about 15 boxes next year. and down the road make it motorized. there just no way i can...
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    ive been looking for used ones, havent found any....
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    @Jon B so what would i do with all of the honey from this year?
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    Re: need help choosing an extractor

    @umchuck name brands like maxant and dadant are 20 ga. so the brushy is comparable to those
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    need help choosing an extractor

    so i have narrowed it down to 3 extractors. but first let me tell you that i started beekeeping early last year. i started off by buying a new hive from another local beek. i didnt take honey last...
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    Re: Please post pics of your hive stands!!

    here are my stands. i really like them and they were really cheap. i go to home depot and scope out the culled lumber bin all the time. on many ocasions i will find a 16 foot weather treated 2x6...
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    my bees have swarmed

    yesterday i went out to refresh the lemongrass oil in my traps when i went over by one of my hives i heard a very loud buzzin from almost 50 feet away, i looked up and there in a spruce tree was a...
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    Re: What flowers make honey taste bad?

    if you ever break a branch of this you should smell it, some say it smells strongly of motor oil, i think it smells like peanut butter, lol. sorry to get off topic...
  14. Re: advice needed for medium sized plot for honey production

    well i have kinda decided not to go ahead with this. i wasnt afraid to spend some money on it, just didnt want to pay hundreds for it. i wasnt worried about spending time to care for it. and the...
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    Re: Excited to start year number two

    im also going into year two, just ordered a couple packages and i have been buying bee boxes and frames with extra money all winter long. though im a little nervous to split my only hive.
  16. Re: What is the closest you have bees to your house?

    my bees are about 150 feet from he house but i wouldnt have a problem putting a hive on the side of the garage or on the back of the house
  17. Re: What is everyone paying for a package this year?

    3 lbs with Russian queen $104
    nucs $150
  18. Re: advice needed for medium sized plot for honey production

    Also i know its not going to change anything in honey production. But I wanted to plant something the could use for honey production, mostly so i can walk out there and observe them working, plus I...
  19. Re: advice needed for medium sized plot for honey production

    OK so this would be in my back yard. I know golden rod is everywhere, i wish i would have thought about this last year I would have harvested seed from across the road. But I didn't.

    I don't like...
  20. advice needed for medium sized plot for honey production

    so im gonna scrape about 1/2-3/4 of an acre this spring to plant something for my bees. i want to have 5 hives by the end of the season and a couple nucs. when reading about this topic i heard a lot...
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    Re: simple wax moth/ frame storage question

    thanks everyone!
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    simple wax moth/ frame storage question

    will wax moth effect brand new plastic frames that have been dipped in wax? or do they only live on frames with drawn comb?

    basically i want to know if i can store all of my brand new frames in...
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    moving a bee hive

    i was wondering if it is okay to move my bee hive this winter. i want to move it about 100 yards to a spot where it can get a lot more sun, a place that allows me to keep a lot more hives, and i...
  24. Thread: nuc question

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    Re: nuc question

    Right now I think that im going to use the nuc mostly for splits that I will move into full hives. so I will be cutting it to fit my equipment. Down the road (spring) if I want or need a deep one I...
  25. Thread: nuc question

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    Re: nuc question

    wow, thats a lot. i was hoping to raise some queens next year, also i really wanted to uprgade to at least 3 hives for next year and it sounds like the nuc is really gonna come in handy there.


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