Type: Posts; User: westernbeekeeper
Yes, we are backlogged out a few weeks on woodenware orders as well.
I have found this to be the case as well.
I have found that singles will often overwinter better than doubles in general...at least in my area..
Ditto that, Ross. My propane torch has saved me many hours in the beeyard.
I have this guy who'd like me to build a few 6-way pallets for him, to these specs. However, I'm not sure I am understanding what he's describing. Can anyone here clarify? Or maybe draw up...
Shastina has great prices too: http://www.shastinamillwork.com/
Last time I checked, Browning Cut Stock in Idaho had deeps for $9.50 each. Good boxes.
I use 3 or 4
#3 Packages are going for $110 and 5-frame nucs for $170.
Kelleys are great
Thanks for citing the true source, Barry! :lpf:
Coulda been George... ;-)
"A wise man will not believe everything he sees on the internet." - Abraham Lincoln
Mine on are schedule so far for the 25th of April.
I appreciate the congrats! However, I am sorry to inform everyone that that is unfortunately NOT me...you want to see me, then check out my profile pic!
"A wise man will not beleive everything he sees on the internet." - Abraham Lincoln
What I'd like to know: How do you get such a clean cut hold? I have a very similar tool, a triple-blade molding cutter, but I get a lot of tear-out...
Right on, Mark
Not yet...will soon enough! How many wanna be there? *wink* :lookout: Wedding will be in Wisconsin.
Thank you sir!
IT DOES...see my profile picture! <3
Wow, amazing...thanks for sharing.
I can do 60 an hour pretty easily. And at $0.40 in materials per frame, I can afford to buld my own!