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    Re: any reason NOT to use black comb?

    Wonder if ABK could summarize all those articles.
  2. Re: Inspecting a double-deep hive yesterday, a complete mess

    A frame of eggs won't hurt and it might help.
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    Re: Angry landowners

    I think I would visit when he could walk the area and get some sense of what his expectations are.
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    Re: Assassin Queens

    And now we know why.
  5. Re: How to repel or eradicate nuisance Honeybees?

    Still, I am sorry for your difficulty.
  6. Re: How to repel or eradicate nuisance Honeybees?

    Nuisance and honeybee should not be used in the same sentence!
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    Walk away split

    I started a split at the beginning of May. The next week there were queen cells. At the beginning of June I was concerned not to see evidence of a queen. I added a frame of fresh eggs from the...
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    Re: Royal Bee Supply beware

    Did you contact the seller?
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    Re: Miller Bee Supply Apollo Half Suit???

    I bought a half suit from miller a few years back and was disappointed. Poor workmanship. I now use a simple veil from Kelly with a long sleeve shirt.
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    Re: How accurate is "bee math?"

    My first split of the year split was more than a week late. It's fine now. I think the new queen was just holding out for a better benefits package.
  11. Re: what to charge for pulling bees for tree. and advice on doing it

    I think I'd do the first one for the experience of it and then decide how much I'd want to be paid to do it again.
  12. Re: Has anyone actually caught a swarm with a bait hive?

    Caught three last summer. Actually, three swarms found three of my empty hives and moved in. No effort at all.
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    Re: Beekeeper creates coat of living bees

    And it's good for the bees too.
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    Re: Beekeeper creates coat of living bees

    He may yet win that coveted Darwin Award.
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    Re: Making a skep

    There's a jail somewhere with a block reserved just for miscreant bee keepers. :rolleyes:
  16. Thread: Elementary

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    Re: Elementary

    Congratulations also to Mr Holmes. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Requeening an Unestablished Hive?

    It might be best to build a relationship with an experienced beekeeper in your area. Maybe join a beekeeping club.
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    Beekeeper saves the day!

    http://www.wxii12.com/news/local-news/north-carolina/bees-delay-charlotte-flight-for-2-hours/-/10622650/21149038/-/t0ijatz/-/index.html
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    Re: How to tell if robbing is going on?

    Is there a distance within the foraging range of the colony beyond which robbing does not occur?
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    Never knew it was so easy ...

    I lost 3/4 of my bees last winter. Frustrating, but I am still learning! The neat thing is I left empty hives from these losses in three locations thinking I'd get them in and cleaned up before the...
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    Re: BetterBee queen shipping

    You can save shipping by having the queens emailed.
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    Re: bees in a whiskey barrel

    I bet the beekeeper already had that insight.
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    Re: Any one else read about the bees seized??

    I understood the article to say that the owner had some 45 hives in the city. Too many by far! That is unless he had a really BIG back yard. I live in a small town and work hard at educating my...
  24. Re: You may be wondering why I'm posting so much lately...

    Amen.
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    Re: craigslist post

    Someone needs to lighten up. Maybe free removals are how neophytes get to be pros. Oh, and puppy breeders do occasionally need to buy new stock. I like my bees wherever I can get them.
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