Well said Ian.
Type: Posts; User: Keith Jarrett
Well said Ian.
And now Jimbo, my guess is you wish you hadn't. :) lol
And, Harry's post sums it up. lol
p.s. better than the Sunday funnies.
Did somebody yell fire! This was yesterday.
Now that was funny.:)
Well said. :)
Yea Yea....lol still doing that, thanks for reminding me.:) It would be nice to say, drive out in a 550 load bees let the "semi's" haul them,
then drive back with out any D.O.T. BS. HHmmm seems...
Me thinks I better get under the 26k, so I can join RAK. :)
I believe Map 21 has a radius of 150 miles from farm.
$100 a barrel and most commercial honey houses do around 25-30 barrels a day on avg ..... HHmm me thinks I'm getting into the rental business
Folks, metal chop saw blade & you will never look back.:)
Metal chop saw blade works great.
Ben, a "metal" chop saw blade works slick, can can either put it on a chop or table saw.
Here I am minding my P'ss & Q'sss underneath the bus here. lol
One would think bigger, brakes, bearing, front sway bar, kink pin front axle on the 550.
180. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :) :) :)
You left out one...... 1, Low mites, 2, good young Queens & 3, well fed hives. The 1,2,3 of beekeeping.
Sweet! Hope that continues to work well for you Ian.
So true Jeff..... I put that in there just for Ian. :) :)
Well Duh....... It's the Nutra Bee sub that he feeds that's what make those hives look like that..... :) :) :)
TB, now that was funny.
I do, I dip any wooden ware that that goes outside.
Larry, the cost is around $40,000 & the weight is around 5,000lb. There will be show specials at csba.
Larry, I had the Super Bee 1K gas out here for a month or so for testing. By far the best machine , the most powerfull machine & the quietest machine on the market today.There will be some available...
Welcome back Ernie.... where have you been?