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    Re: 100,000+ Cutout

    a video of you running down the street swatting bees would have been priceless
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    Re: Foundationless between drawn frames?

    SiD, you'll see his site gets referenced here quite a bit...and it is full of great info...I wish HE lived closer to ME...lol
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    Re: Foundationless between drawn frames?

    lol....yes, that's a good site:thumbsup:
  4. Thread: Nice story!

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    Re: Nice story!

    wish I could make $1500 removing bees...

    though I'm sure that the vast majority of that was for the tree removal, not the bees!
  5. Thread: flight path

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    Re: flight path

    nasalsponge, looks like you have John Deere bee hives....
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    Re: Combining a hive

    I use 1 sheet of newspaper. I cut slits with the hive tool, maybe an inch or 2 long, in 5 or 6 places. It was hot when I combined mine, so I put a stick under the top cover so both sides could get...
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    Re: Observation Hives in school classrooms?

    I also plan on taking an observation hive to my kids school next year...I've already talked to several teachers who said they'd love for their kids to see it...guess I better do a little homework and...
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    Re: Crape Mrytle as forage.

    yes I'm deep south and mine are a little bigger than yours...on each side of the house...
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/setterman/bees/img_1330.jpg
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    Re: Crape Mrytle as forage.

    I have 2 large crape myrtles that have already bloomed...when I walked outside I could hear the loud BUZZZZZZ coming from them, but they were always loaded with bumble bees and sweat bees....I never...
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    Re: Building a honey extractor need answers.

    not sure about your steel questions, but I've wondered about the rpms too..I was thinking about using a dimmer switch on an electric motor to slow down the rpms, but I need to talk to an electrician...
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    Re: Combine Question!

    1 sheet of paper with some holes punched in it....won't take long. In Mississippi I cracked the top because it's hot...
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    Re: What Got You Into Bees?

    saw a tv special about 15 year ago that peaked my intetrest in bees. Since I lived in the country, I decided to look further into it..read several books from the library...had just enough knowledge...
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    Re: Beekeeping is Fun!!!

    man....reading this I realize just how 'cheap' I am...maybe my wife has been right all along..anyway....I have very little invested in my hive so far...I built all my supers from scraps...frames...
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    Re: Telephone Pole Cutout

    this is like waiting for a movie to come out...I'm surely looking forward to it!
    don't make us wait long! a short movie trailer would be nice too. good luck
  15. Thread: Walnut

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    Re: Walnut

    wow..that would be a nice box!
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    Re: a few new pics

    good idea jb.

    back to the scrap pile!
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    a few new pics

    a stand I made out of some scrap metal

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/setterman/img_1331-1.jpg

    SBB with tray

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/setterman/img_1332.jpg
    ...
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    Poll: Re: Best wood for hive boxes

    most of the warping and shape changing comes from using wet/green wood. My father and I build a hunting club a few years back for some people. They insisted on using this cypress that wasn't fully...
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    Re: Observation hive

    pete, when you take an OH to an event, are the bees trapped inside the whole time? and if so, what type of ventelation would be needed?
    I'm guessing indoors wouldn't be too much of a problem, but...
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    Poll: Re: Best wood for hive boxes

    I make my own right now. there are several people in my area who cut cedar and I have a planer so I can get it to the 3/4 inch thickness..
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    Re: ok..I've decided to SBB

    tyvm........just called 100ft roll is $108!!!
    well, gotta start somewhere

    that'll be 50 bottomboards!
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    ok..I've decided to SBB

    what size screen do I need to allow SHB to fall through into the oil bath?

    1/8 1/4 ?
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    Re: I have BROOD!

    thanks pete...well considering the amount I saw, I guess there were probably alot I didn't see, so I'm going to say is time to intervene somehow. I may try to make some oil traps..the bees seemed to...
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    Re: My New Observation Hive!

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/setterman/315662jqhqpf35yf.gif

    very nice.....I've wondered how far a bee would travel thru pvc or some type of tube to get to the hive......that's a pretty...
  25. Thread: Free Bees

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    Re: Free Bees

    lol stung...wish I could help
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