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    Re: Where can I purchase bee pollen?

    I produce Mesquite Pollen, Tumble weed, desert wild flower -mostly sunflower, and Gila National Forest pollen -none close to commercial agriculture.
    All in small quantities at $16.00 per pound.
  2. Thread: $1.75 Honey

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    Re: $1.75 Honey

    Im part of a large Facebook beekeeping forum where I have several friends that are mayor exporters in Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina and Uruguay. They all are reporting bottom prices and excess...
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    Re: Chilean Queens

    In Mexico, the Chilean Queens did real good for a few years, and then, a couple of the big brokers got to buy "bulk" queens from just anyone and Dump them into the Mexican Market. It has made a lot...
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    Re: Propolis Traps?

    For trapping Propolis, you could also use two or three shims on between your brood boxes and your suppers. They are 1/4 inch thick, and you install them on only two or three sides, the bees will not...
  5. Re: How to handle Interstate Bee Truck Overturns

    There was a truck turned over in New Mexico last year. I called and offered help. We had a two ton truck ready, with lots of equipment too, just in case. The gentleman called me back and thank me for...
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    Re: Stingless Bees

    We have formed a non profit organization in Mexico, to help sell honey, bring proper training, beekeeping education, and technics for it was becoming a lost art. At the Federation of Mexican...
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    Re: 2 videos I recently made

    Bradley!, glad you are doing just fine. Nice video by the way....
  8. Re: Jungles in Mexico; Randy Oliver is our main speaker.

    This is the jungle, people do hunt a lot and protect themselves from big cats and gators.
    The gagsters doing all the harm, are on the other side of Veracruz, close to the harbors. This jungle does...
  9. Re: Jungles in Mexico; Randy Oliver is our main speaker.

    http://www.federacionapicola.org/
  10. Re: Jungles in Mexico; Randy Oliver is our main speaker.

    Here is another video of beekeeping in Mexico, these guys will be at our meeting too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt2P7bn2nO0
  11. Re: Jungles in Mexico; Randy Oliver is our main speaker.

    November 14,15 and final apiaries visits on 16th of November 2014.
    Michael if you are planning to go, please tell me so we get you on the podium to speak. Also, if you do plan to go, try to be there...
  12. Jungles in Mexico; Randy Oliver is our main speaker.

    A few years back, I attended a beekeepers meeting deep down in Oaxaca Mexico.
    The meeting was excellent, and the place and people was just fantastic, but, one scene has remind on the back of my...
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    Re: Adkins Bee Removal

    Same offer for me.
    They want $15.00 dollars per call; if you do the job or not, they still get their money no matter what.
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    Re: Inspiration to keep going

    Painful but truthful highly inspired advice; just priceless!
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    Flees, Dogs, Bees and Rock & Roll!!!

    Ok, my dogs are dancing like James Brown and scratching their fur like Dustin Beaver because we have been invaded by flees. Our peacocks are also suffering a lot.
    I need to treat my home yard as...
  16. Re: Killing bees at George M. Steinbrenner Field

    Just this weekend, we re-queened 28 Africanized colonies at one of the orphanages we run at the Copper Canyon in Chihuahua Mexico.
    The bees are terrible to work with, but they thrive without any...
  17. Re: What is the closest you have bees to your house?

    4 right next to the front entry door.
    18 or so about 35 to 75 feet away; they make excellent guards, just place a bucket of sugar-water by the door before you go away for the weekend, and no one...
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    Re: almond bees stolen

    So, what is the future of pollination if this continues to happen?
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    Re: almond bees stolen

    You got some pictures?
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    Re: Stingless bees in the Yucatan

    There are a lot of different kinds of stingless bees that the Mayans worked with -and some still do. Yucatan is not the only place in Mexico with stingless bees, they are actually in different states.
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    Re: Washing Gloves

    Crisco is just fine for this purpose.
    Wash your hands with your gloves on, then let them dry a bit, Crisco them until they are saturated, let them dry up a bit more and take the excess off with a...
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    Re: Stingless bees in the Yucatan

    I am glad you were able to connect with him. Tell him I am the administrator for the beekeeping Mexican forum; he is part of it.
    Have fun!

    Aurelio (Leo) Paez -DBA Michas Honey House
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    Re: Stingless bees in the Yucatan

    Try this guy...

    https://www.facebook.com/stephane.palmieri.1
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    Re: Stingless bees in the Yucatan

    There is a big "push" to bring the stingless bees back into the Mayan Culture of Yucatan.
    I am a part of such community that is trying to bring them back.

    I will find you some contacts but,...
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    Re: What is the obsession with WHITE???

    I have an Africanized bee yard at an orphanage we run in Mexico. We teach kids about bees and other agricultural trades.
    One day, I decided that I was working my hives just on a hooded jacket, had...
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