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    Re: OTS Queen Rearing

    Thanks Jeffro and tommyt, this method looks interesting.
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    Re: carni heat

    Thanks, BeeTax!
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    Re: OTS Queen Rearing

    How can one find out more about the OTS Queen Rearing method - what it is and how it works?
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    Re: carni heat

    >VSH Carni's,
    BeeTax, where did you find those?
    I thought they had gone away when the Glens closed their doors.
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    Bill, I like the unpublished version best, it...

    Bill, I like the unpublished version best, it goes into more background and detail... Simon's philosophy on "bee culture" is interesting too. Thanks for posting the site.
  6. My apology for the duplicate, the 1st post didn't...

    My apology for the duplicate, the 1st post didn't seem to go through.
  7. Hi everyone, Ellen, you can use the method used...

    Hi everyone, Ellen, you can use the method used and promoted by Langstroth.... First spray (mist) your nuc with dilute sugar water - this way they should be more docile to begin this simple...
  8. Hi everyone, Ellen, you can use the method used...

    Hi everyone, Ellen, you can use the method used and promoted by Langstroth.... First spray (mist) your nuc with dilute sugar water - this way they should be more docile to begin this simple...
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    Hi everyone,...... MB, even though you've already...

    Hi everyone,...... MB, even though you've already posted many of your thoughts, it would be great having a ready referance - with pictures of course... Then again a video might even be better.
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    I see, Michael, you prefer the sexier queenies!!...

    I see, Michael, you prefer the sexier queenies!! Thanks for the informative thread.
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    Hi Everyone, Great Thread. ...

    Hi Everyone, Great Thread. >Michael reponds: Home grown. I haven't bought production queens in years. I have to say, they perform exceptionally well. Believe it..." ...
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    WG, What is a BD feeder, is it a particuler type...

    WG, What is a BD feeder, is it a particuler type of feeder or are you refering to any type of open feeder in the hive?
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    MB, one more question, how well did your bees...

    MB, one more question, how well did your bees accept it?
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    >> dipped it in wax and shook it off

    >> dipped it in wax and shook it off << MB, did you hang the frames upside down while they cooled so as to let the excess wax run out of the cells?
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    drobbins, nice work, great pics... I also enjoyed...

    drobbins, nice work, great pics... I also enjoyed the artical by Simons - thanks, Dave, for sharing. Am interested in seeing your finished product.
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    I mailed a letter to BC Mailbox today asking J...

    I mailed a letter to BC Mailbox today asking J Hoffman to elaborate on his design and on his recommendation for minimal ground clearance. This could be wrong, but I don't think Vertical flight, for a...
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    Hello All, In a previous thread MB shared his...

    Hello All, In a previous thread MB shared his experiance heating PC in an oven then coating it by brushing on ( if memory serves correctly ) melted bees wax. His objective was to produce Small Cells...
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