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    Re: How to store a Queen

    SunnyR2000 - Thank you for the insight. Yes, the queen was full grown. A few questions so that I get close to getting this right the first time... 1) I assume your 'quiet closet' was around 72...
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    Re: How to store a Queen

    RayMarler - Thanks, good points all around. What temp do you think is OK for the 'Storing the Mature Queen' situation. Creekside recommends 84 deg and SunnyR2000 recommends room temp which I guess...
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    Re: How to store a Queen

    Creekside - Is your incubator around 92.5 deg? How about the humidity? I had a mature queen that died in less than 6 hours. Do you think food (candy) and drops of water would have made the...
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    Re: How to store a Queen

    I was taught that Queen Cells should be in an incubator at 92.5 deg. If that is correct, that has me wondering how long a queen can survive after she emerges. How often will I have to check the...
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    How to store a Queen

    I accomplished my first requeening the other day. My weakest 2013 Nuc wasn't progressing, although I had larvae and sealed brood. The laying pattern was terrible. My 5-frame nuc had expanded to 6...
  6. Thread: Iowa

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    Re: Iowa

    We are interested in providing small scale pollination service in Nebraska and Iowa next year. We are considering Kansas and Northern Missouri.
    Contact: pollination@beehiveguys.com
  7. Thread: Nebraska

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    Re: Nebraska

    We are interested in providing small scale pollination service in Nebraska and Iowa next year. We are considering Kansas and Northern Missouri.
    Contact: pollination@beehiveguys.com
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    Re: Banking queens in Observation hive?

    SharpDog: So what is your final thoughts on the setup that you would do this year? Based on what you first thought, and then what you were advised, how would you do it (in detail)?

    1. 5-Frame...
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    Re: Banking queens in Observation hive?

    Is the purpose of the observation hive to have the hive indoors in a warmer location?
  10. What Stimulates Queen Cells in Ben Harden Method

    I was reviewing the Ben Harden method of queen rearing ( http://www.dave-cushman.net/bee/benhardenmethod.html ).

    If the colony is not made queenless, what stimulates the desire for the nurse bees...
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    Re: Long Drive Home with Grafts

    GMCharlie: I sent a private message to you and I can make an attempt to stop by. I do photography and have started a collection of apiaries, both small and large... and wouldn't mind seeing your...
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    Re: Long Drive Home with Grafts

    @deknow: Fresh eggs. I like that idea. I will have to see what they say.
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    Re: Long Drive Home with Grafts

    The class is Long Lane Honey Bee Farms' Class http://www.honeybeesonline.com/classes.html with David Burns

    It is the class offered from 17-21 June. Grafting is on Thursday. I drive home on...
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    Re: Queen Candy recipe

    A marshmellow?
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    Long Drive Home with Grafts

    I am going to a Queen Rearing class in two months. I will produce grafts on Thursday. I drive home on Saturday (9+ hours). How do I keep the grafts alive? I was thinking of setting up a queenless...
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