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    Re: Lets talk labels

    He has more hair than I and looks like he might have a nicer smile. ;)
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    Re: Lets talk labels

    You are welcome Ma'am.
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    Re: Lets talk labels

    Who is Charlie Harper.
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    Re: Lets talk labels

    You are too modest sometimes Lauri. :) You may not be great on the computer, but you have good taste and know what you want and how what you want should look.
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    Re: Lets talk labels

    How many jars of honey are you planning on selling each year? I buy labels in rolls of 500 to 1,000 per roll. My labels are generic. When I started out I went to a friend of mine who was a book...
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    Re: Lets talk labels

    What do you all consider a good per label price? Say for Panel Bears, 8oz jars, 1lb jars, 1lb No Drip, 2lb jars, and 5lb jars?
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    Re: Pollen in hives : how long?

    You have been Posting some interesting and thought provoking Threads since joining beesource. I just wanted to tell you that I have seen that.
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    Re: Pollen in hives : how long?

    I'm sorry. You've been keeping bees how long? What do the bees tell you? Do they ignore it? No? Then let them have it. I don't know why you think they are not of good quality. How old is the pollen...
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    Re: How do you get outyard area?

    I hope that helps.
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    Re: Viability of swarms?

    And a swarm too high isn't worth a broken leg. Free verse doesn't have to rhyme. :0
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    Re: Greetings from central MD

    Welcome. If you are from near Baltimore, why does your location read Denver, Colorado?
  12. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    It could have something to do with when applications were made and the beekeepers themselves.
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    Re: Need answers tonight 4 hives to move

    If you are lifting them onto your trailer by hand you will find out then whether they are heavy enough or not. :)
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    Re: Need answers tonight 4 hives to move

    They will be fine until Spring.
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    Re: Need answers tonight 4 hives to move

    If you can get all of that on your trailer don't worry about the temperature. Bees travel on trucks at lower temps than that. They will be fine. If you can't get everything on your trailer get the...
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    Re: Mann Lake

    If anyone in this Thread knows the whole story, maybe they should tell the rest of us. Otherwise you all may be talking about things you don't know the details of. Why would any company air its dirty...
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    Re: Checking hive during winter.

    How about a rubber hose w/a funnel stuck in it?
  18. Re: what to spray on a cutout to make bees go away after removal?

    Go away where to? You could either suck them up with a bee vacuum or spray them with sugar syrup so they are too wet to fly and then scoop them up by hand or with a scoop of some sort or spray them...
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    Re: Against all odds, nuc is alive

    Is this a TBH?
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    Re: Against all odds, nuc is alive

    Your temperature sensors must not be in the cluster if they are that cold. I would think.
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    Re: Should I start a 'Farm'?

    Well then, the answer is yes and other folks know what's available in MI. I'm sure they will be able to answer your question. Best wishes. Even though, if you aren't already a beekeeper, this seems...
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    Re: Should I start a 'Farm'?

    If you are getting into beekeeping for economic benefits from Federal or State Programs, maybe you should check your motivations. You could just go to your local Department of Social Services and see...
  23. Re: State apiarist says oxalic is about to be approved.

    This is what happened to formic acid and Amitraz. Other branches of agriculture are allowed to mix and use their own pesticide applications, but not beekeepers.
  24. Re: State apiarist says oxalic is about to be approved.

    As we have here too. OA is available for use already. You can find it at almost every lumber or hardware store you shop. It isn't regulated as a pesticide and you don't want it regulated as a...
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    For products developed and tested for use as a pesticide. Who has done this for OA?
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