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  1. Thread: wild pigs

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    Re: wild pigs

    It's surprising if you think about all the other things that wild hogs will try to eat.
  2. Thread: wild pigs

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    Re: wild pigs

    I have hives in areas that are frequented by feral hogs. I haven't had a problem yet and haven't heard of others having issues.
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    Re: Oxalic Acid Vaporizing vs. Dribbling

    I guess this means pure OA will be taken off the shelf and unavailable in the USA.

    Hoard now or you'll be stuck ordering it from Australia.
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    Re: I've got 1600 lbs of honey, now what?

    Find a kid that needs a little direction, a little cash and set him/her up in business. I'm sure there are things you could teach, wisdom to share it might be a great opportunity for a kid in your...
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    Re: Late season Queen Marking attempt

    It's nice having marked queens and it is so easy to quickly and safely mark them without damaging them WHEN YOU HAVE EXTRA QUEENS.
  6. Thread: Pierco vs. Acorn

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    Re: Pierco vs. Acorn

    Now that I've had a chance to see the acorn full frames in action for a while I like them.
    No warping, bees jump right on them in a flow and I haven't broken any ears off them with a medium amount...
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    Re: Nosema spore counts this fall

    Maybe ozone?
    http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/AR/archive/mar14/honeycombs0314.htm
  8. Re: Tom Troiani, a Clearwater beekeeper who keeps three hives in his yard, and anothe

    That's got to be a typo. Tommy can't be more than 38!:)
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    Re: Nosema spore counts this fall

    This may be of interest.

    http://www.extension.org/pages/30369/abrc2010-disinfection-of-nosema-ceranae-infected-comb-by-irradiation-acetic-acid-and-heat#.VECP29m9Kc0
  10. Re: Beekeeping is on the rise in Pinellas County (w/video)

    It's nice to see another positive local story!
  11. Re: Would honey support a diabetic in a Post Apocalyptic Event?

    My son has spent many days selling honey to the public.
    He has listened to countless miraculous claims about all things related to honey bees.

    His sarcastic response to nearly every problem one...
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    Re: Protein patty supplementation

    I think the recipe posted uses something like this.

    http://brookside-agra.com/product_spec_pdf/Inedible_Eggs.pdf

    I always check out these threads looking for solid information that I can use....
  13. Thread: Please Stop...

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    Re: Please Stop...

    I was think more along the lines of "you get what you pay for" or Free advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but don't like it.
  14. Thread: Please Stop...

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    Re: Please Stop...

    Having limited experience I try to walk the fine line by participating in the forum offering thoughts, ideas and experiences without the suggestion that it's my post are of any particular value. I'm...
  15. Thread: Smoker bellows

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    Re: Smoker bellows

    It's amazing how easily our hands can detect even the subtle differences in nearly identical tools once we spend a good amount of time using them.
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    Re: Repurposing items.

    Good job.

    Did you drill a hole in the bottle? How?

    I always wonder where they get the honey (and of course what they pay).
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    Re: Hunters: anyone use electronic ears?

    I've used them, they work well. The best part aside from the high decibel noise canceling is the fact you can adjust the volume to hear faint sounds clearly. The cheaper ones are a bit too bulky so I...
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    Re: SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE COUPON CODE

    I'm in:)
    Do you carry Bottom boards for your Nucs?
    I didn't see one one your site
  19. Thread: Swarm Trap

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    Re: Swarm Trap

    You can use a Nuc if that's what you have.
    I would think at this time of year there should be thousands of hives (with the potential to swarm) with in a short drive. Brazilian pepper is a popular...
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    Re: little black beetles

    We could send you some:lookout:
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    Re: Future bee'er in South East Florida :)

    http://anarchyapiaries.org/hivetools/

    I forgot the link
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    Re: Future bee'er in South East Florida :)

    Welcome!
    I think there is a very good chance you have lots of beekeepers/hives near you. You may consider trying to catch a swarm.

    This guy has lots of info on top bars, he may even know someone...
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    Re: scientificbeekeeping.com

    Google

    privately funded research

    What did you learn?

    Can you find a way to fund your priorities without someone sticking their hands in other peoples pockets on your behalf?

    Just Curious.
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    Re: Postage to Europe

    Fly into Orlando, go to Disney for a couple days, drive an hour north we have a Dadant and Mann-lake branch. In that general area we also have a honey brokerage firm it's not the worlds largest but...
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    Re: scientificbeekeeping.com

    No, its the only reasonable expectation.
    Money serves it's users priorities.
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