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    Re: Back ground noise....

    Get 22 guage for better EMP protection and marauder fire, paint camo, plant tons of covering trees next to home for future drone camouflage.
  2. Re: How to handle Interstate Bee Truck Overturns

    Yes, very much so. Made me realize some things. Thank you.
  3. Re: How to handle Interstate Bee Truck Overturns

    Thanks, one of my friends that picks up grocery store pallets (its in his contract to do so), has a zillion of them and even joked to me that he would pay me to take them off his hands to keep the...
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    Re: Back ground noise....

    test :D
  5. How to handle Interstate Bee Truck Overturns

    I'm wanting to put together a protocol list for "how to handle" an overturned semi with bees coming through our city since I'm sure the club would be called upon to help remove the bees. I would...
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    Re: Can you use Polyester in smokers?

    :lpf:
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    Re: New beekeeper preparing for spring

    If your like me, buy 10 more hive tools and in a year from now you'll have only 1 left. :D

    You mentioned feeding, sugar water? Pollen patties? How many hive kits did you purchase?

    I've had...
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    Re: Can you use Polyester in smokers?

    That's my plan next year, made the mistake of not being ready enough.

    I use pine needles and it does gum up the top part of the smoker, as well as dryer lint does the same (melts in the bottom)....
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    Re: Guess the Disease/Pest

    Winner! That was fast and yes, wax moths. The chain reaction to this was robbing while open feeding a day after feeding. Hive became week. Looked like a swarm around hive day after feeding (but...
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    Re: Newbee from Central Kentucky

    Welcome to the forum! 70 miles south of ya. Come to our farm anytime to visit.

    ~Adam
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    Can you use Polyester in smokers?

    Without hurting the bees......?

    I have tons of bed sheets that are cotton/polyester mix that I was going to use in my smoker since its been raining 40 days/nights and didn't have pine needles at...
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    Re: Back ground noise....

    :scratch:

    Foulbrood
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    Guess the Disease/Pest

    Fun thread, my loss/experience, your fun/learning....

    History: Made a split back in July and a laying queen was reared, mated and laying beautiful patterns. One of my fathers hives that didn't...
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    Re: Long term pollination for remote areas

    Pollination of black locust trees.

    and I do agree with you, a donation check would be right up their alley.

    JW, that's the first I've heard of Liebigs law, thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Long term pollination for remote areas

    There is a non profit agency that is doing tree planting on mined lands in Appalachia and I wanted to contribute to the project.

    ~Adam
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    Re: Protein patty supplementation

    Good question, I'd like to know as well since I'd be supporting local farmers in my area instead of purchasing dried eggs.
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    Re: Non Bee Keeper Question

    Empty 2 liter bottle
    1 cup water
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup vinegar like apple cider
    1 banana peel cut up small quarter size


    Mix all ingredients and put it in the 2 liter bottle. Place the cap...
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    Re: Long term pollination for remote areas

    Good point on feral honeybees.

    About the varroa, clarification: Meaning that I would treat once a year and leave honey supers on while treating so it would go back to the bees. Varroa chemicals...
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    Long term pollination for remote areas

    Has anyone done long term pollination (example 6 months at one single location), without checking/maintaining the hives? I'm in a situation where I could be donating hives/bees/time to a project...
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    Re: Prices and Plans for spring 2015

    I purchased some equipment online a few days into January this year and the price was higher in the cart regardless of what the online price was for the actual product page. I called the company and...
  21. Cleaning Plastic foundation gunked up by wax moths

    So a week hive that had plastic foundation came down with wax moths. I was cleaning the plastic foundation with my hive tool and realized that its very gunked up for the bees to clean. Is there a...
  22. Thread: Please Stop...

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    Re: Please Stop...

    Some forums have ratings for the user or thread if someone is asking a question and the "best" answer gets a rating. Just saying...
  23. Would honey support a diabetic in a Post Apocalyptic Event?

    Given the rise of disasters and depending on medical centers to distribute medicine to patients.... as well as depending on FEMA, would honey support diabetic patients if the needs arose?

    I know...
  24. Re: One Dead, another Critical, Arizona Bee Swarm

    I wish the report would have mentioned it was a colony and not "hive" in attic.... sounded to me like a beekeeper kept his bees in the attic. Unless it was really a "hive" that was kept there by...
  25. Thread: extractor plans

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    Re: extractor plans

    Laketrout, do you mind if you post where you can buy the plans from since the first link is only a photo link? I'd like to consider making one of these for at least a capping's spinner or to donate...
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