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    Re: Using excel to estimate yearly income

    Yes.
    :)
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    Re: Linux has Changed...

    Huhhaaaaaaa??????
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v202/Shallotman/DSC01268_zpszx93smrd.jpg



    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v202/Shallotman/DSC01267_zpszbchxgsk.jpg


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    Re: Ad Copy

    You might want to double check that, Rader.

    Sorry Bob. Ads are not allowed in the Business Side of Beekeeping forums, price or no price.

    You may want to check out the For Sale forum.
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    Re: Using excel to estimate yearly income

    Dang it! :doh:

    And just when I was getting all excited about taking bees wood cutting......
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    Re: Battery for Oxalic Vapor

    A few months ago Bee Culture had an article about Oxalic vaporization.
    The author gave some calculations that were in error.
    So I sent a letter to the editor that was not published.
    Here is what I...
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    Re: Using excel to estimate yearly income

    Also, it is very important to realize that when you find one these (wide open fields) or (farm fields), they are owned by someone.
    That someone almost certainly has a long standing relationship with...
  8. Re: Seasoned beekeeper question regarding beeyard comptition

    One of my Cherry growers told me about a chunk of land that he owns outside a little town next to Salem.
    He told me that I was welcome to set up a yard there if it suited me.
    So I went there and it...
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    Re: Honey Pump Recommendation

    Take a look at Maxant's little 1" pump.
    I have one that is at least 30 years old and never had a single problem.
    I use it to pump honey from barrels into our bottling tanks.

    The first thing that...
  10. Re: "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes."

    That would be "has".

    I want to see how many strapping tools Harry HAS

    Now get back under that bus, Keith!!!


    Keith >------> :bus
  11. Re: "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes."

    But then I would have to give up all of my dirty little secrets!!!
    :eek:
  12. Re: "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes."

    Good quote.
    I suppose that one of the most valuable aspects of BeeSource is our ability to report what we see in the rear view mirror to those that are just starting down the road.
    Also, in...
  13. Re: "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes."

    Vance, I started on a shoestring as well,
    I think that is a really good way to begin.
    Grow your outfit with no debt and at a pace that allows one to learn as you go.

    Thousands of hives on a...
  14. "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes."

    "Don't buy trucks, forklifts or equipment; buy more bees. and boxes. Everything else will take care of it' self."

    This statement has been made in a few threads recently and I just want to register...
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    Re: Bee Trucks

    Our locker is auto-locking.
    When one wheel, under power, runs ahead of the other, the mechanism engages in the carrier to lock:
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    Re: Bee Trucks

    We find the we use 4WD mainly to get out of a pickle.
    I rarely have needed 4WD to GET INTO a spot. It seems that you go in, unload and then either in turning around or driving out you run into...
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    Re: Bee Trucks

    The two most important things that a bee truck MUST have:
    1) A good stereo.
    2) Air conditioning
    :)
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    O.K. I'm turning over a new leaf:
    I am going to start showing off more often..

    I started this thread about trucks and it evolves into GREAT advice for newer beekeepers.
    I agree with every word!...
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    I hope to have mine all outfitted by the 4th of July.
    Cutting hay right now.
    Really want it on the road when we start pulling honey.
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    One thing to consider in looking for an older diesel truck is the California Air Board rules.
    Are you ever planning to use your truck in Almonds?
    In a nutshell, Diesel trucks with an engine model...
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    Good guess!
    We gave our '99 that name due to the fact that it had so many cool features.
    Ezy Loader, Detroit Locker locking rear axle, FWD, ect...
    Kind of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang of bee...
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    Keeps on trucking!
    225000 miles
    Takes a licking and keeps on ticking....
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    Magnetic
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    Thank you for the great tip.
    I thought about it on and off last night.
    It's one thing to smash your rear window out or get a bunch of rock chips on the back of your new truck.
    It's another thing...
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    Show & Tell Time

    All of us like looking at pictures of trucks and forklifts.
    And Hey! I like showing off!!
    A match made in heaven. ;)

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v202/Shallotman/DSC01247_zpsge9uosus.jpg
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