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    Barrel of Honey

    Looking for a barrel of liquified honey (NE Fall flow if available). Can pick up if within reasonable driving distance from SW PA. Please PM with price and available. Thanks!
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    Re: Tool to check hives from the bottom

    Here is Kirk's Youtube video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5shWkTOBivU

    His demonstration of this device begins @ 7:45.
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    Re: Tool to check hives from the bottom

    On one of Kirk Webster's Youtube videos he uses a wooden device that he made that looks similar to a two wheeled dolly. He slides the forks under the bottom board and tips the entire hive backward....
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    Re: Anyone know where I can get these?

    Glorybee has one in their product line that is very similar but in metal. Less likely for a mouse to chew through. Inexpensive also!
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    Re: Topics for Beesource Reference Section

    Cleo Hogan's Trap out box design and method.
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    Re: Display type "hive"

    I believe that Walter Kelly sells a single frame observation hive (no glass for shipping purposes).
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    Re: Display type "hive"

    Do a search for "Observation Hive." You'll find a bunch of information.
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    Re: When to remove granulated sugar?

    Thanks Fish! I have a brother that lives not far from you in Dauphin County. It's the possibility of a late cold snap that has me leaving the sugar on. I can remember when I was a kid waking up on...
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    Re: When to remove granulated sugar?

    Thanks to those that have replied. It's always great to hear different ideas and see how others manage for their climate. I have not pulled any frames as of yet because of not wanting to break up the...
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    When to remove granulated sugar?

    I still have hives with a large amount of granulated sugar on the top bars in a shim. I am also feeding 1:1 syrup over the opening in the inner cover and even though it is in the 60's and 70's they...
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    Re: To Feed or Not to Feed?

    My thoughts are that if the jars drip a bit that the granulated sugar (most of the colonies still have sugar directly below the opening) will absorb the syrup and make it more attractive for them to...
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    To Feed or Not to Feed?

    Greetings,

    My bees still have granulated sugar in a rim. I put a pollen patty on all of them last weekend. The high temperatures in SW PA this week are forecasted in the mid 40's and 50's. The...
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    Re: Treasure Troves

    www.scientificbeekeeping.com

    Randy Olivers site.
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    Re: Help with the name of a documentary

    Thanks for the replies. I am fairly sure that it is The Last Beekeeper. The Vanishing of the Bees looks interesting also. I remember watching The Last Beekeeper segmented on YouTube. It seems to...
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    Help with the name of a documentary

    Greetings,

    I'm looking for help with the name of a documentary that was done just after CCD was recognized and named. It followed several different beekeepers, mostly to almond pollination. One of...
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    Re: Double Comb in Frames again

    Pull the spacers and push the frames together. The spacers are typically (not always) used for honey supers. Once the frames are drawn in the 10 frame configuration the spacers allow the frames to be...
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    Re: What size hole for qt jar feeder?

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?262125-Covers-for-Mason-Jar-Feeders-(Nucs)&p=727368#post727368

    I received some good advice on this thread.
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    Re: Mark Sunderberg

    Thanks Randy!
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    Mark Sunderberg

    Looking to purchase VSH Italian Queens from Mark Sunderberg. Can someone give me contact information for him? Thank you!
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    Re: My take on an Ulster Obs Hive

    A section of queen excluder that has been cut to fit the opening between the nuc and the Ulster top.
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    Re: Covers for Mason Jar Feeders (Nucs)

    Also. Where is a good source for the solid standard mason jar lids?
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    Covers for Mason Jar Feeders (Nucs)

    I would like to build some new covers this winter for my nucs next year. I would like to provide a hole in these covers for a mason jar feeder. I have seen some pictures where hardware cloth is...
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    Re: Larvae Transfer Stand

    What's your thoughts on this one:

    http://www.universityartcatalog.com/marquis_desk_easel_artists_marquis_desk_easel-p-1200044.html

    The price is right but is it big enough? The storage is good...
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    Larvae Transfer Stand

    I see that Walter Kelly is selling a small, breakdown, larvae transfer stand for grafting. I have seen a few different examples of these ranging from fairly large boxes that house all of your...
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    Re: Honey Stick Display

    They are a great draw to your stand during festivals and markets. For this weeks event I made a wooden rack that holds 10 pint sized canning jars. I'll post a pick here later.
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