Type: Posts; User: MtnMama
I would get rid of all but one Q.cell, otherwise each new queen will most likely take off with part of your bees.
Sounds like the hive is still pretty strong, I would leave it where it is - but...
I agree with Bill, use the Q.cells that you've got (assuming they're not just empty cups?)
Laying workers are aggravating - good luck to ya
Did you mean to say that you thought hive#1 had a laying worker?
Tracheal mites, maybe
I wonder if he disturbed their nest?
They went another 80 or so feet to get his dog too? Sheesh, what kind of bees were these?
It's a beautiful spring day here! lol, Cloudy, 35 degrees, and snowing!
Howdy, from another Sand Mtn neighbor!
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