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  1. #1
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    Default Wheast can be used

    I don't know if wheasr is available and torula is hard to find. I know that I do not any torula from China!

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    Ernie Lucas Apiaries
    Last edited by BEES4U; 09-21-2008 at 10:42 AM. Reason: spelling
    Ernie
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    Yes, it is a good protein for humans. But Whey is a dairy product, it comes from Milk. I'm not sure that bees can eat it.

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    Default Dried skimmed milk

    The most commonly used protein sources are soyabean meal, skimmed milk powder and brewers’ yeast. The person most closely associated with this work is Haydak, who in 1967 recommended the following pollen substitute:

    3 parts soyabean flour : 1 part dried brewers’ yeast : 1 part dried skimmed
    milk.

    Ernie
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