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  1. #1
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    Default BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    The fire department called me as these moved in a few weeks ago.


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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    Cool. How are you planning to get them out? Trap out?
    Ninja, is not in the dictionary. Well played Ninja's, well played...

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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by D Coates View Post
    Cool. How are you planning to get them out? Trap out?
    I bet they get cooked in the first heat wave. If not, I will leave them to enhance the neighborhood. Trap outs are a waste of time and effort.

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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    odfrank, I beg to differ, but I have lots of feral colonies close by , I like free bee's, course it is a lot easier to split.

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    Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    Your photo looks artistic and yummy.
    How long do you think that they have been established
    If that's their only entrance using a wire screen cone and a nuc should help to get them transfered out of their present habitat.
    Just be careful on the ladder.
    Ernie
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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    They had only been established a few hours when the picture was taken.

    When I can buy a new queen for less than $25., and divide a hive in an hour, why would I spend hours and hours and visits and visits and up and down and up and down a ladder numerous times, placing a box with eggs, fastening a screen, fastening the box etc. etc., risking vandalism - to save a few worker bees that will only live for a few more weeks anyway? I consider trapouts and cutouts a waste of time and especially effort and resources, unless I am earning much more than the hourly wage I make on my day job.
    I caught 40 bait hives this spring by just dividing my dead outs into nuc boxes, sprinkling on a few drops of lemongrass oil, placing them out as I drive around on my daily chores, and picking them up at my convenience. Now I have bought some queens, and dividing them into two or three nucs. That I consider a value effort.

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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    Od: are the chicken ribs and BBQ fish any good?

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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    I have never gone there. I will have to try, carefully however. I recently had a gallstone attack and have to be more careful with my diet. I have a gout diet, a kidney stone diet, and now a gallstone diet. I think I am down to whole grains and spring water.

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    Default Re: BBQ Honey Chicken and Ribs

    Oops sorry! Ever notice how when they deny you something you just want it more? Try ordering whole wheat & spring water there!

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