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  1. #1
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    Default Ohio Queen Breeders Link???

    I have been searching jenter-nicot links. I found an old link on Ohio queen breeders that now takes you to a dog breeding link. I have tried to google and can not find the appropriate link for the Ohio Queen Breeders. Looking for the link with the queen breeding instructions (how too) not the one with a list of breeders. Does anyone have the correct link or address.

    Also tried to find the post on cleaning and reusing the parts of the system. Any info or advice on cleaning and re-use: How, which parts etc.

    Thanks once again
    Steve
    Last edited by sc-bee; 08-16-2007 at 01:50 PM.
    sc-bee

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    The Ohio Queen Breeders site was no longer up last time I checked.

    I have some info on jenter here:
    http://www.bushfarms.com/beesqueenrearing.htm

    I usually just reuse the parts without cleaning them at all unless there is royal jelly dried up in them. Even then I sometimes leave it. You can soak in water to wash out the royal jelly. You can peal off the old cells that the queens have emerged (or not) from. You can, if you like, make a basket out of #8 hardware cloth and swish the parts through boiling water. Don't leave them in boiling water or they will deform.
    Michael Bush bushfarms.com/bees.htm "Everything works if you let it." ThePracticalBeekeeper.com 40y 200h 37yTF

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    Thanks MB...
    sc-bee

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    Default Searching Nicot--Jenter Links

    Joe Latshaw was the driving force behind Ohio Queen Breeders, in which the partnership is now dissolved. He studied with Sue Cobey at Ohio State and is doing some great work.

    You can find much of the same and more on Joe's Queen-Rearing info at: http://www.latshawapiaries.com
    Quality Beekeeping Supplies & More! http://www.lazybeestudio.com
    Toll Free: (866) LAZY-BEE

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    Default Latshaw Link

    Thanks LZ

    Steve
    sc-bee

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