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    Re: fermented honey recycle?

    The Mead is Great idea, especially that we have here in Israel
    a new heartless tax on all alcohol beverageד
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    fermented honey recycle?

    Hi,
    I have 150 kg of fermented clover honey, just in the upper part
    Of the bottles, that i thought to bring back to the bees
    Instead of sugar.
    Is it possible ?
    Can it harm the health of my...
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    Crystallize honey in the combs

    Hi,

    I extracted honey for the first time this season yesterday
    and had many combs with Crystallize honey that was
    very hard and of course i didn't succeed to extract from the combs. :(

    The...
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    Two queens in one hive

    I combined two hives couple of weeks ago, becuse i thought the queen is gone in one hive. I put queen excluder between the lower and upper supers.

    Today i saw that i have eggs in both supers and...
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    Re: Ultra Breeze suit question

    I worked with Ultra Breeze suit something like 12 times already
    and havn't been stung yet after keeping my neck safe
    with a scarf.

    The suit idea is great and the feeling on the body also....
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    Re: other close hive location

    Hi beepro and thank you for your answer

    Now, my hives are not in a risk to be flooded again
    but in a risk of thiefs :(, because after the flood, i lift them up
    3 meters from their original...
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    other close hive location

    Hi,
    After some of my hives was washed by a flood, i want to locate all of then 30 meters from the original location, with the entrences in the same direction.
    Does the bees will find their hive in...
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    Re: honey crystalization sight

    I am always suprise from the quality of this forum - thanks a lot for all the answers.

    I think beepro is right and it is relative large grains of sugar. i will make the heat test,
    see what is...
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    honey crystalization sight

    Hi,
    Please take a look on the pictures i attached.
    I have a lot of jars that has these white amorphic
    spots that customers dosn't like. These spots apears
    in three different honey types after...
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    Re: Ultra Breeze suit question

    Hi all,

    Thanks allot for the useful information, there is nothing
    like people experience to learn :)

    From what you wrote i understand that there is no 100% protection and decided to buy a Wind...
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    Ultra Breeze suit question

    Hi,
    After waiting inpatience like a child ;) to the Ultra Breeze suit
    i ordered, it finally arrived and i used it yesterday for
    the first time.

    From my first impression and first use i just...
  12. Re: How to remove wax with moth from the wooden frame?

    Hi,
    Does the bacteria affect the Wax Moth eggs and contaminate the combs?
    Thanks, Randi
  13. Re: How to remove wax with moth from the wooden frame?

    Finally, i found the right formula to treat the build combs from Wax Moth with the freezing method.

    I freezed the combs in -7 Celius degrees for 36hours and then store them in suppers tower
    that...
  14. Re: My first bee rescue, I hope I can get them through the winter.

    Hi,

    It will be alot easier for you to put them in a hive and see what is going there
    from all aspects (family size, queen, diseases.... ).
    For my opinion, they will have beter chance to...
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    Re: Goats cows and bees ?

    I was along cows herd for two years and they didn't Disturbed at all.

    The main problem was that they reduce the amount of flowers
    and i had significant less honey relative to next area with the...
  16. Thread: Alergic reaction?

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    Re: Alergic reaction?

    Hi all,
    After many thoughts and the simple fact that i live 1 hour away from hospital
    and there is no one to replace me treating the hives,
    i decided to quit beekeeping for one or two seasons,...
  17. Thread: Alergic reaction?

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    Re: Alergic reaction?

    I admit that i afraid to take even a small chance of systematic reaction but...
    Here they are saying that i have to reach 2 doses to get to the maintenance treatment
    which mean a shot per two...
  18. Thread: Alergic reaction?

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    Re: Alergic reaction?

    Hi all,

    Well, i did the allergy tests and Unfortunately it is possitive
    from the first test (the lowest concentration of venom).

    The doctor clearly explain me that beekeeping is a big risk for...
  19. Thread: Alergic reaction?

    by rand
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    Re: Alergic reaction?

    thanks alot for the care and the useful information. I am on my way to check if i am allergic and i pray that its just a mistake because i looove this hobby.
    thanks again,
    randi
  20. Thread: Alergic reaction?

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    Alergic reaction?

    Hi all,

    Im a beekeeper for 3 years and got stung from time to time (Maybe 2-4 stings per month).

    Today i checked my 26 hives and in the middle of the work i got stung in my leg.
    I didnt stop...
  21. Re: How to remove wax with moth from the wooden frame?

    I don't use parachlorobenzene moth crystals because i do not want to
    contaminate the wax with chemicals. I use the freezing method for
    more time then writen in the articles. this should kill the...
  22. How to remove wax with moth from the wooden frame?

    Hi all,

    The Wax moth beat me again.
    I'm freezing the combs before storing them and wrap them with Nylon
    but something don't work for the second time and the Wax moth
    destroyed something like...
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    heating honey methods?

    Hi,

    All my honey became crystallized and most of the customers are asking for the
    liquid one.

    1. what is the best method to heat the honey with minimum damage to it?

    2. I put the honey...
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    Re: Wax moth after freezing the combs :(

    I really dont know :s

    Something like 1.5 cm long (0.5-0.6 inch approx)
    Thanks
    randi
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    Wax moth after freezing the combs :(

    Hi,

    After 3 weeks, I was very surprised (and sad) to see alot of wax moth that ruin my build combs.
    I freezed them for 48 hours each in -7 Celsius and cover the supers tower with nylon.


    My...
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