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    Re: Is this normal?

    Yes, I used the feeder that I put the images up for - with two jars set into a closed 3/8" deep rectangular box. I have not experienced them angry at this top feeder. I suspect at this location in...
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    Re: Is this normal?

    Yes, the canvas cloth is in between the top box and the box holding the feeder - otherwise the bees are hanging from the quilt box cover and thinking about hanging comb there. So if you put on a box...
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    Re: Moving down into the next box

    sorry to hear that.
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    Re: Is this normal?

    I built a nice two quart jar interior feeder - top mount - this spring. It does require an empty box on top between attic and cover cloth. I cut two holes the size of quart jar rings in a thin...
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    Re: Moving down into the next box

    BernhardHeuvel,

    Thanks for the tip on dismantling and turning the boxes over or on their side - that helps a lot. And for the picture - wow!

    DW
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    Re: Moving down into the next box

    CKOHL, That's encouraging. Thanks.
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    Back to bees after a long hiatus

    Hello.

    My first experience keeping bees was about 30 years ago, when I established a few langstroth hives for an FFA (Future Farmers of America) project on my family's cotton farm out in west...
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    Re: Is this normal?

    How did/has it turned out?
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    Re: Moving down into the next box

    I've returned to beekeeping after 30 years when I kept bees for an FFA project for a few years. Decided to go the Warre route. I installed a BeeWeaver package in April. In early May, to encourage...
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