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  1. Re: Status Change For Antibiotics In A Beehive

    I send all kinds of stuff out to the two clubs I belong to, pollinator protection, eliminating antibiotics etc, never hear much back about anything.
    the only thing people seem to be getting riled up...
  2. Re: randy oliver reviews a new Dr. Lu paper

    one of the references Randy Oliver uses in his rebuttal is really interesting.



    and what he had to say about it.



    and the paper seems to say that is true after running a 3 year study.
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    sounds reasonable to me, a shame that's not will be legislated
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    Re: capitalism

    not me i'm not that creative, copied it from a comment on the asian contagion:kn:.
  5. Re: Status Change For Antibiotics In A Beehive

    now I'm really impressed, you must have really had to dig to find this:thumbsup: but I gave up trying to read it all.
  6. Re: Status Change For Antibiotics In A Beehive

    from the way I read the info provided, they are also getting the manufacturers to remove bees from the label. If bees are not on the label, how can the vet give you a prescription??
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    capitalism

    AMERICAN CAPITALISM: You have two cows. You sell three of them to your publicly listed company, using letters of credit opened by your brother-in-law at the bank, then execute a debt/equity swap with...
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    Re: Ag survey

    now you can let them know how you feel about the survey's, a partial copy from the AHPA news letter
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    Re: Upstate New York "winter is coming"

    You can try here for a list of bee clubs, I think SABA may be the closest but not sure.

    http://www.eshpa.org/local-clubs/
  10. Re: randy oliver reviews a new Dr. Lu paper

    http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/press-releases/pesticides-found-in-most-pollen-collected-from-foraging-bees-in-massachusetts/




    the only place I can find it cost $25.00 to read it. not worth...
  11. randy oliver reviews a new Dr. Lu paper

    Harvard Medical School's Dr. Alex Lu has another paper out. I was asked by
    some extension horticulturists to comment on it. You can read my review at
    ...
  12. Re: FDA Takes Steps To Address Antimicrobial Resistance

    this time we'll let the commercial guys pay for it:thumbsup: the rest of us have been paying to get the commercial guys inspected for years. have you been inspected yet?
  13. Re: FDA Takes Steps To Address Antimicrobial Resistance

    thinking about it over night, once none of the antibiotics are registered for use in bees, it would be my guess that then the govt. will be requiring packers to test for these when they test their...
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    Re: old maxant 500-50, need some pics

    no picture but here are some instruction, u will have to go down to the 500 and load it yourself.

    http://www.maxantindustries.com/instructions.html

    this has a picture of one.
    ...
  15. Re: Put supers on bottom and extract top in spring?

    Brian is only talking from experience's in NY, the previous state I came from didn't have the same intense honey flows and I was forced to bottom super, every area is different.
  16. Re: Put supers on bottom and extract top in spring?

    all of my honey is crystallized in the spring, even the bees have trouble getting it out, yours?
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    better than what they sprayed years ago, one would think since they go through this every year that may be using bt tablets in the spring would have been thought off, and just think of all the dec...
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    The material to be used will be Kontrol 30-30, manufactured by Univar.

    from the label
    nothing on how long it's toxic, but if I remember correctly pyrethrum does not stay toxic for very long...
  19. Re: Is their some use for powdered peanut butter?

    give it to former gi's and marines, it will cause flash back's, so just make sure there are no guns around:rolleyes:
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    :thumbsup: my bees are outside the boundary, they are spraying a fast acting pyrethrum starting at 6:30pm on 8/13/15, aerial spraying. a friend is looking for enough burlap to cover 50 hives.
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    Re: Escape Board Questions

    If you go out and break the supers apart a day or two before, to break the bridge comb up they will clean it up before you put the escape board on, helps with them leaving faster.
    also the board...
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    ok Mark, you getting this all down for when you speak next?:scratch:
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    true but we were talking landowner, one of the counties I have bees in just declared an eee emergency, and spraying starts tonight.
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    Re: SHTF doomsday beekeeping

    I assume you are coming back as a drone again:ws:
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    Re: NYS Pollinator Protection

    if your bees are on the landowner land that would be partially true, they can make you move your hives, but they can not legally spray contrary to the label. but from what I have been told, the...
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