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    Re: SPAM by Rsderrrick.

    Make that one addtional place :D
  2. Re: What can I do about varroa mites?

    My advice, do nothing, do what you want to be;). Do you think their "seemingly lack of productivity" is correlated to mites? Whats the population of the hives?
  3. Re: Bearding or Swarm activity???

    So, the other day, how about the days following? The best way to tell is see what's going on in the inside. Based upon temperature, I doubt bearding, my vote is an over crowded hive checking out...
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    Re: Cut out of two hives

    Good lessons learned! Bees can survive without treatments :p
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    Re: Splitting Questions

    If you are splitting into eight frames and only pulling 4 frames & have no drawn frames, that gives you plenty of time to not worry about it exploding. Just stay out of the split hive for at least...
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    Re: Splitting Questions

    It might matter, because if you put her in the nuc with drawn frames and bees, it will explode quickly and might begin swarm preparations. Other than that, I dont think it matters.
  7. Re: new to Bee Source 1st year at it have three hives

    Good Luck! It's in your blood ;)
  8. Re: Jar feeder hole in inner cover for ventilation?

    If there is no jar in mine, that are always open. How do you close yours up? I too have a notch in the cover for ventilation/entance/exit.
  9. Re: Africanized honey bees reach and over winter in Palisades, Colorado

    :thumbsup: Agreed
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    Re: does pollen = nectar?

    Not necessarily, as pointed out. One of my favorite ways to tell a nectar flow is to stand next to the hive and smell. One also might see a lot of "fanners" on the porch circulating the air/smell to...
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    Re: Selling Beeswax

    I was referring to varroa mite treatments/chemical residue. Variations of color happens depending on the color of the wax melted. For instance, brood comb wax is a lot darker then freshly drawn...
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    Re: Selling Beeswax

    Does your wax come from treated hives?
    Can I buy a larger block than 1lb?
    Do you have color variations?
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    Re: Comedy of errors

    Loved the story :applause:, live and learn!
  14. Re: Bees left hive, grouped on ground

    I have experienced this with a swarm (one in the tree branch, and one on the ground 5 feet away), and agree with becky that what you have is a swarm on the ground. Was your queen's wings clipped? If...
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    Re: cutout questions

    Temperaments change all the time; even honey bees, maybe two pairs of jeans :D. I am not a big fan of smoking cutouts because it makes the queen run and hide, which other bees follow. It also makes...
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    Re: Robbing

    What is causing the robbing? Whatever you do, I would not close them up for a couple of days. Consider reducing the entrance?
  17. Re: Greetings from snowy Colorado!!

    Welcome, hopefully my window view doesn't look like that again until November;)
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    Re: replacing the vicious queen

    Perhaps jmgi is refering to the attendants in the cage with queen?
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    Re: Pyramiding up question

    Leave it, LeAve It, LEAVe It,,Step away from the box!!! :D The damage or advantage has been done.
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    Re: Still need Pollen Patties?

    What type of feeder is it? With no inner cover will you be able to get the lid off, if they build under it?
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    Re: Still need Pollen Patties?

    My thoughts is Spring has Sprung and there is a lot of natural pollen for the taking, I would not put more in. However, do be ready to scrap off more burr comb:D Why not just leave it?
  22. Re: Howdy from Denver and Hartsel Colorado

    Happy Beekeeping, from your neck of the woods!
  23. Re: How to get a hive out of a wall without dismantling it

    Depending on the size of the hive, you and the home owner will have to have your patience pants/dress on for this. Never? :D and the rodents & wax moths? What if it gets hot enough (ex. Hive...
  24. Re: How to get a hive out of a wall without dismantling it

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    Beetle, if you want to get into it, hang out/help someone who knows how to do cutouts while they work. Quickest way to learn, & it's hands on.
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    Re: Advice desperately needed

    Great story,,,:lpf: Just because you think you are the only beekeeper in the area, you may not be. Also, what makes you so sure that 0 are not from your hives? If you want to keep them I would start...
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