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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Hauling Bees---Best/Cheapest Way

    [QUOTE=jim lyon;647070]
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    Yeah I'll bet they do. Here I have been worrying about the other 95% all this time.
    Like I said... never tried it... can't vouch for it. But I can tell you this guy is not a small time honey peddler. Well.. mayhe by SD standards he is....

  2. #42
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    Default Re: Hauling Bees---Best/Cheapest Way

    Po folks can find an old tommy lift for a few hundred bucks and jury rig it on the back of a flatbed pretty easy. It is slower than a boom but works.

  3. #43
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    Default Re: Hauling Bees---Best/Cheapest Way

    [QUOTE=GageFamilyBeekeeping;647055

    can you pull a 16ft goosneck with a pickup truck? If so, how large? 1Ton?[/QUOTE]

    Can, but shouldn't. The smaller trucks are the most overloaded trucks on the road.
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  4. #44
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    Default Re: Hauling Bees---Best/Cheapest Way

    boy we're only talking 100 hives here .I'm 54 ,run over 200 hives , pollinate, and still use the armstrong method . keeps you in shape!

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