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  1. Re: Cold canadian winter was good for something

    That is funny normally we have tons of yellow jackets down here in FL but this year i dont know if i have saw one.
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    Re: How many hives on a load?

    And the story is Jim......
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    Re: Time to get nervous # 2

    The ride out there is 3-4 days All the brokers i have talked to do not want the bees till after the 3rd. I talked to the FL inspector yesterday the way she talked is, really hardly any loads have...
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    Re: Time to get nervous # 2

    Sounds like most loads are leaving Fl starting next week and the following, most are shipping out the 1st and 2nd of Feb.
    Nick
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    Re: Patching Bee Nets

    thanks every one for the help i patched it with silicon today. But i'm going to order you cement Arron i have heard of that stuff from a few guys thanks for the link.
    Nick
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    Re: Patching Bee Nets

    Just regular clear silicon Jim?
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    Patching Bee Nets

    Hey guys i got my semi nets out today and noticed a mouse got into them a bit and put a few holes in it. How do you guys patch them? I'm thinking about putting a patch on and then melting it in with...
  8. Re: Nuc and package availability for 2014..Not meant for advertising, please

    Nope not me. That add is from a friend of mine. Those will be excellent bees!
    I am sold out of spring singles already. Nucs are sold out for now also i might end up making more.
    Nick
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    Re: Loading/Unloading Fee

    In almonds most guys are at 15-20$ a hive to unload scatter and gather and reload.
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    Re: Another bee kill from spraying?

    Well i think, if the trees aren't in bloom the grower will not be liable, as they are following the label law.
    Not trying to be insensitive but remember what happened earlier this year when some...
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    Re: Typical brokerage fee?

    Shouse what else would a queen supplier do than what Phil has said? I mean stuff happens to every one and a money back guarantee is really the best that some one can do in my book. But i would like...
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    Re: Typical brokerage fee?

    lol well at least they were kind enough to put something back in :D
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    Re: Honey B Healthy Recipe

    Mark if you can find the power point or a recording of that talk i would like to see it. thanks
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    Re: Honey B Healthy Recipe

    What oil would that be Mark?
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    Re: Cardboard Nuc Box

    Arron cant you call Kevin jester up directly and get better pricing for that many? I know a few years ago he would do that.
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    Re: Averaging honey yeild opinions.

    I take the number of hives that go to the honey flow if its in the honey yard it is a hive (took the same amount of feed fuel time and effort to get it their as every other one). Take that number and...
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    Re: Predictions 2014

    Honestly around here and the guys that come to FL i have heard the opposite. Lots of bees tanking in the Dakotas as the honey is getting pulled. Had three calls this past week for bees that have...
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    Re: How to do OA dribble?

    If the hives are broodless how fast will you see the kill show in a mite roll (two days a week?)? and How high of efficacy is to be expected?
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    Re: Hive bodies

    Yup Shastina has been a great company to work with so far really like the free branding.
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    what does the crop look like in the mid west? From what i have been hearing it started out great then didn't finish all that good.
    Nick
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    Re: Selling to Groeb ?

    LOL good luck with that from any packer.
  22. Re: Recommendations for Inspiring and Innovative Beekeepers

    Jim Paysen, one of the most innovative of his time or even now His video will just make you say wow

    Horace Bell, I would love to watch this man make bees and run them.

    While i'm making a list...
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    Re: Trucking Bees

    Yes i would pay .30 a mile more even if he didn't have all that stuff, but just had the knowledge of how to haul bees properly and when to water and stop.
  24. Thread: Pol-Line

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    Re: Pol-Line

    Iv been buying Po-line cells the last two years i like them a lot great honey makers, really good with the mites, fast build up but not too bad on the feed, I will say they are a touch mean though....
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    Re: Plain sugar

    my favorite is the hfcs/sucrose blend it puts weight on and stimulates them.
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