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    Re: IBC Tote for honey storage?

    A 275 gal tote grosses at 3200lbs. Just make sure you know what was in the tote before you buy it. The outlet valve threads might be British pipe thread which may be hard to find fittings for.
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    Re: Dadant Paris Texas

    Next time your in Paris Tx. you might want to take a side trip to Paris vineyard. Their Tex red goes well with venison.
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    Re: jumbo or extra-large hive bodies - source?

    My-smokepole
    http://propolis-etc.com/contact-us/ The website redirects you to hexabees.com but you get a server not found page, so I don't know.
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    Re: jumbo or extra-large hive bodies - source?

    This may or may not help. http://propolis-etc.ca/assets/img/propolis-catalogue-2015.pdf The website is under construction which says they are opening a store in Ann Arbor Mi.They are a lot closer...
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    Re: Maxant extractor issues yet again

    Is the little ball in the bottom socket that the basket shaft sits on?
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    Re: How do you get 180-200 lbs of honey per hive??

    Why do you avoid the aster flow since they one of the few plants still bloom after the first frost?
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    Re: Oxalic Acid Vaporizer with Temp Controller

    In the first picture you can see a yellow crimp-on connector by the handle that is where the ground or negative is connected. The body of the vaporizer is the ground path for the glow plug.
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    Re: Warm Way Langstroh Hives

    David Eyre has been running his hives this way for awhile. www.beeworks.com
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    Re: Attn: Barehanded beekeepers

    Carpeted garage???

    a piece of carpet. Not the whole garage floor.
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    Re: Attn: Barehanded beekeepers

    A mechanic used his left hand to shut off a leaking acetylene tank after walking across a piece of carpet that was in front of the side door. The spark from the static charge ignited the gas burning...
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    Re: Cell Builders and Brood Factories

    Michael,
    Is there a reason why the tar paper doesn't extent to the bottom of the hive?
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    Re: Honey Paw Uncapper

    When spinning the honey out does it take the same amount of time compared to uncapping with an uncapping knife. Can you show a close up of an uncapped frame before and after extracted?
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    Re: apple pollination fees

    What is a safe distance from an orchard to put hives?
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    Re: double nuc w separate supers

    Betterbee has Michael's double nuc box if you need one to copy from.
  15. Re: Mike Palmer Video Talk: The Sustainable Apiary - April 2011

    Try these.
    Part 1 http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=23178333
    Part2 http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=23234196
  16. Re: where/what are they finding pollen yesterday in North VT?

    windfall,
    Do you know anyone that has planted rapeseed (canola)? My brothers bees were all over it last year with 8" of snow on the ground. Have you tried beelining on your hikes to find the source?
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    Re: Traits for selecting breeder colonies

    Out of the list of traits which are on the queen side and which are on the drone side?
  18. Re: ANYONE IN or AROUND SWANZEY, NEW HAMPSHIRE?

    May 5, 7p.m. at the Dublin library is the monthly meeting for Monadnock Beekeepers. Glad to have you there.
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