A lot of comments that could be interpreted as selfish here.
There is a profesional beekeeper and an amature one. The last dose it for the love of the insect and the first for the profit.
I did a cutout last night for only $20 and I would do it again for the right person and location.
The left bees should get a chance to start in a new hive.
Thanks AndreiRN. You do get it.
4th year beek, did a cutout 2 months ago, in a 750k home, brought a flir gun from work, located the hive in a 3rd story bedroom ceiling. Cut out the drywall removed the hive, and the owners gripped because the plastic they layed down leaked honey onto there carpet. Didnt charge a penny, for the love a bees and got a dirty look from the homeowners.
Won't happen again, their probably thinking of sueing me..
A lot of comments that could be interpreted as self righteous here.
How can anyone assume that since a beek is 'Professional' they don't love their 'insects'?
The 'left' bees should get a chance to start in a new hive? What does that mean? Chemically contaminated sick and dieing bees need an new home? You really don't get it either.
Here is a lesson for new beeks; Sick and dieing bees that have been sprayed are a waste of time and resources. And if they are brought into your apiary you risk the health of your bees as well.
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Bullseye Bill in The Scenic Flint Hills , KS
Beavious and you just dont get it.
Last edited by riverrat; 08-28-2008 at 08:50 AM.