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    Re: Making candle molds

    I am in a business that makes all sorts of molds,, and I can make molds for anyone, and can help recomend materials that will make your candle making much easier!

    send me and email and we can...
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    Re: Hi I'm cousan

    H&R Apiaries is in Jessup - our bee club gets our packages from them.

    Rosssman Apiaries is not too far - they have excellent equipment and all their woodware is Cypress.

    I would suggest you...
  3. Re: Radial Extractors - Best bang for the buck?

    I have a Maxant 20frame,, I chose it due to the fact that if the motor gives out, it is a cheap replacement,, not a VFD cost,, their construction is excellent,, customer support is beyond reproach,...
  4. Re: How to prevent wax moth from destroying wax foundations

    Ahhhh the insidious WAX moth...

    Two thoughts on this,, if you dont have enough freezer space to keep the boxes until the wax moth threat is over, you may want to do what Clemson Entomology dept...
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    Re: OAV got them moving

    Is OAV approved in the US yet? if so,, is it approved for use with honey supers on?
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    Re: Brushy Mountain Shipping

    Do you attend your state meetings? If so, check and see if Brushy has a vendor booth there.

    If they do, and you order early enough, they will bring whatever you want to the meeting, and no...
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    Re: Do bag feeders work.....

    anytime you feed INSIDE the hive,, you reduce the possibility of robbing,, the reason the Boardman feeders are associated with robbing is that they are so close to the entrance
  8. Re: Wax Moths, Pollen Filled Frames and BT Azawaii

    I used BT for the first time this year on boxes that I pulled off in June,, those I have treated,, have NO wax moths,,

    Time will tell
  9. Thread: ROBBING

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    Re: ROBBING

    sprinkler has been known to stop robbing
  10. Re: Thinking ahead...Hive setup for winter...

    I have screened boards and solid boards,, all I do is ensure that they have plenty of feed,, IF the prediction is for wx below 25 for a long time,, I will put cardboard under the screen board hive...
  11. Re: Thinking ahead...Hive setup for winter...

    I would recommend that both of you in the Columbia area of SC contact and become members of the Midstate Beekeeping club,,

    scmidstatebeekeepers.org

    talk to the locals,, get their info..
  12. Re: Turnkey topbar hive for selling to my "students"

    compare it to a langstroth 28 top bars,, and I dont know what size they are,, but for simple assumptions I will say they are the same square footage of a langstroth frame,, would be 30...
  13. Thread: Hive Lift?

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    Re: Hive Lift?

    the first one will NEVER work on grass, sand, or any other outside surface,, the one from overseas has much larger wheels for use,, and may work outside, but with difficulty,,

    First question,,...
  14. Re: When and where: locally raised bee packages Raleigh, NC area

    contact the NC beekeepers association, , google it
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    Re: Cappings Basket for a Radial Extractor

    without a drawing ,, I cannot even imagine what you are trying,,

    I would use a paint strainer with 5 gallon buckets,, 2.75 and done,, cheap
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    Re: Frame problems

    it is virtually impossible to analyze the best course of action without being able to see what you actually have,,

    I would suggest you contact the Charleston area beekeepers club, and ask for one...
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    Re: custom cappings spinner

    I would sell it and depending on your operation either get the maxant jr or the larger spinner, with the chain uncapper,,
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    Re: Chain Uncapper Adjustment

    have you contacted Maxant?
  19. Thread: feeding bees

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    Re: feeding bees

    Blake,, I would suggest you look up the SC beekeepers association

    http://www.scstatebeekeepers.org/

    and find the closest local club - either Oconee or Pickens county,, and find a mentor to...
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    Re: Need to make mediums into deeps

    biscuit and glue with screws at an angle on the ends
  21. Re: Is there some chart on line that tells if the"flow" is on for an area (Atlanta)?

    the flow is weather dependent, so a calendar chart is impossible to make. Based on where I am and where you are, you should be starting a good flow!
  22. Thread: Robbing

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    Re: Robbing

    find out what the neighbors are using,, if the bees are going for it, it is not hurting them
  23. Thread: Robbing

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    Re: Robbing

    use pool chemicals in a bit stronger proportion in an open feeding method to try to entice bees to the new source and away from the pools. they like the chemicals in pool water
  24. Thread: Yop!

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    Re: Yop!

    PA,

    How strong do you mix your BT solution?? i.e. how many tablespoons per gallon of water?

    thanks
  25. Re: Catch Swarm in Nuc or 8 Frame Medium, which is best and why?

    NEVER assume it will fit in a nuc,, ALWAYS carry a full box and a nuc and when you get there,, make the decision which to use!! TOO many times I have been told by the person requesting the...
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