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    Yep, they are pretty professional! Thank you...

    Yep, they are pretty professional! Thank you Velbert!
    I have a small problem, I couldn't find any price.
    What's the final price of the basic kit?
    Can you help me finding out? Or they will...
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    Thank you, Michael! It's always a pleasure (for...

    Thank you, Michael!
    It's always a pleasure (for many of us) to read your posts.

    I didn't know that i can find a kit at Swienty's, which are europeans. Denmark is pretty closer of my country,...
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    Artificial Insemination Equipment

    Hello everybody!
    Can anyone mention me some producers of Artificial Insemination Equipment? I'm interrested in getting some, at least a basic kit...
    Gratefully, yours!
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    Carniolan/Italian

    Both are good sort of bees. In fact, today we can meet them almost everywhere, due to their good results. Of course, there are the small differences between them that matters.

    I consider Carniolan...
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    Nobody can say something about this common...

    Nobody can say something about this common situation or haven't you met such situations?
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    Hi everybody! If the front legs are...

    Hi everybody!

    If the front legs are responsable for deciding what the egg will become, why
    queens that miss one of their front legs lay eggs perfectly normal? They won't lay as many eggs, but...
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    Hmmm... approximately. Nicot is the sistem...

    Hmmm... approximately.

    Nicot is the sistem and cupularvae are parts of it (in fact, the little brown plastic cells are called so...)

    Or am i wrong?

    :)
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    for the 3. it was "Thumbs up!"

    for the 3. it was "Thumbs up!"
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    Let's see... 1. Even beginners know that the...

    Let's see...

    1. Even beginners know that the best egg-laying queen are those from swarming, we all know that, but their colonies will swarm again and again. That's why i excluded them from the...
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    Drone, i do remember that on this forum you only...

    Drone, i do remember that on this forum you only had questions, but now you show me unpractical answers. What i meant is that a queen obtained using grafting is generally superior to one that bees...
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    I wasn't sure... but now it make sense! Now i can...

    I wasn't sure... but now it make sense! Now i can tell i'm 70" tall... :)

    Now, Peg, i imagine that you've been extremely impressed about that 4" queen cell, who would not be? I thought it reached...
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    It's not hard to observe that the EQ on the new...

    It's not hard to observe that the EQ on the new combs are bigger than those started on dark combs. I would just never go so far to recommend EQ, but it's your choice and i respect that.

    The...
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    Very big queencells appear most of the time...

    Very big queencells appear most of the time because the beekeeper, when he moves the frames and turn them, etc. the larva from the queen cell slides to the opening of the cell; the bees will not put...
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    Remove the old wax where the virgin queen laid...

    Remove the old wax where the virgin queen laid using the top of a knife and then put hot wax with a stick that has 0,9 mm diameter. The bees will accept the larva more often. I'll make some pictures...
  15. Welcome to the club!

    Welcome to the club!
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    1. Yes, but they have to be cleaned after...

    1. Yes, but they have to be cleaned after finishing the cycle, and then you'll put some hot liquid wax with a stick (a cylinder with 0,9 mm in diameter)
    2. The small broun plastic queen cells are...
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    Few hints: 1. Queen will refuse to lay eggs...

    Few hints:

    1. Queen will refuse to lay eggs and bees also refuse to take care of them if the plastic cells aren't covered with few wax
    2. Grafting in Nicot or Jenter cells (doesn't matter which)...
  18. I introduce the cells with grafted larvae in the...

    I introduce the cells with grafted larvae in the cell builder after 6 hours, considering that this is the natural time for a colony to start emergency cells after being devoid of her queen.

    4...
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    I've bought a Karl Jenter kit in the summer of...

    I've bought a Karl Jenter kit in the summer of 2003 and proved to be functional, but you have to do the breedeing with swiss precision. First prepare the cage in the middle of a frame, then put the...
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    Some gentlemen here have already mentioned things...

    Some gentlemen here have already mentioned things important to know:

    1. A fresh virgin queen (1-4 hours) can be released directly in a hive with no queen, she'll be accepted most of the time; the...
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    Hi! Virgin queen deals with nucs or new...

    Hi!

    Virgin queen deals with nucs or new founded colonies. If you try to change the old queen of a hive with a virgin one... and succeed... you're incredibly lucky!!! And that after such a work!
    ...
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    I intended to order some JZ/BZ queen cages from...

    I intended to order some JZ/BZ queen cages from Dadant, around 400 pieces, 0,14 $/cage. The shipping is expected to be around 30 $ and I finally made the order for a location in San Francisco. I also...
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    Hahaa, that's nice thinking! The more eggs, the...

    Hahaa, that's nice thinking!
    The more eggs, the better the queen?
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    How much honey did you got with those emergency...

    How much honey did you got with those emergency queens that you consider fine? Emergency queens are always smaller than normal queens, according to my eyes.

    Yet, when creating emergency cells,...
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    :) Ok, it comes closer to my home! I have...

    :)

    Ok, it comes closer to my home! I have already made an order from swienty, with their local distributor, so...

    Thanks a lot, Radar!

    :)
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