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    Re: Does Warre Culture ever actually work?

    I'm just starting out and am in the process of putting together two Langs and two Warre hives. I have two packages and two nucs ordered, the plan is to put the nucs in the Langs and the packages in...
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    Re: Warre In Wisconsin

    Thanks to all that have responded, it is nice to know that so many folks are willing to help out a new comer. You have given me much to mull over, it does seem that those of you who have tried a...
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    Re: Warre In Wisconsin

    Supposedly the Warre hive has a smaller volume resulting in less heat loss and less honey needed to over winter. It is touted as more closely resembling a feral hive, top down bs bottom up. Is this...
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    Warre In Wisconsin

    I'm new to both the forum and beekeeping, I have ordered and will be picking up my woodenware for two Langstroth hives. I chose this approach since that is what I saw growing up and members of the...
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    Re: Robbo's Bees - Photo Blog

    Robbo, I enjoyed your post and had come across your video when I was out on you tube. I was wondering if you built or purchased the electric embedder that you used. It looks relatively simple. I...
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    One more from Wisconsin

    I joined the community yesterday, at this point my plan is to start two or three colonies in the spring. For the most part I will be a reader and one who asks rather than answers questions. I look...
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