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  1. #121
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Quote Originally Posted by sqkcrk View Post
    Did anybody's in the Northeast this year, Michael?
    I had a few yards that filled a super. Overall, not great.

  2. #122
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    Stafford, Virginia
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

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    Bee yards in Florida and Virginia. Very little honey this year. If it were just one location that was lacking, I could understand, but two? That is concerning.

    Jerry

  3. #123
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    From the Institute of Northern Ireland Beekeepers




  4. #124
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    Strafford, NH, USA
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Palmer View Post
    From the Institute of Northern Ireland Beekeepers



    That is a lot of green predicted to come in the future of February 2014 in Northern VT! After spending the morning moving yet another 12" of snow in negative temps I sure wish it was going to look like that by next month!!!

  5. #125
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    Northern Virginia
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Palmer View Post
    From the Institute of Northern Ireland Beekeepers
    :-)
    karla

  6. #126
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    High Springs, FL
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.


  7. #127
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    Bloomfield,KY
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

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    The first is part of my home yard, the second is the start in my out yard,
    "Of all God's creatures, only the honeybee improves its environment and preys on no other species."--Haydon Brown

  8. #128
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    Prague, Czech Republic
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    My rooftop hive:
    http://www.vcelynastrese.cz/

  9. #129
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mlha View Post
    Very nice Mlha!
    President, San Francisco Beekeepers Association
    www.habitatforhoneybees.org

  10. #130
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    Campbell River, BC, CA
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Our setup in our new home, we moved here in late August. I took this shot right after we got the fence set up.

    So far, so good. 10 colonies were doing cleansing flights last week, and we have had reports of a sow and 2 cubs sniffing around a month after this was put in place, the fence did it's job.


  11. #131
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    Black Forest, Colorado, USA
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

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    Here are our hives. We are at just under 7700' elevation in the forest. The electric fence is for bears. The small solar lights give just enough backlighting to the hives at night so we can see if any bears are out there misbehaving! Hives 1 and 3 are new colonies this year.
    Last edited by BlackForestBees; 07-23-2014 at 12:14 PM.

  12. #132
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    Lander, WY
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    This first picture is from April our set-up with 2 hives, then we ended up with 1 great hive and loads of bees and honey!Heys Hives 015.jpgHeys Hives stacking 001.jpgHeys Hives 008.jpgqueen bee yard ortm 002.jpg
    DeBEE

  13. #133
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    I am going to try something new: conveyor belt for ground cover. This is obviously just move in day, Cut the black berries down, mowed and laid out the belt. I want to do them so one does not shade the other. Any problems with letting them stay on the belt?
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    “Why do we fall, sir? So that we might learn to pick ourselves up” Alfred Pennyworth Batman Begins (2005)

  14. #134
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    El Sobrante, California, USA
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    Default Re: Bee Yards, post a picture of your bee yards.

    Casa Verde Apiary:

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    Here is a recent shot of our apiary, some recent demo work in the background on the garage which houses the 'Bee Room' where all bee related things take place.

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    One of the 11 fruit trees on the property, a pomegranate in full bloom. Since bringing the colonies into our backyard; we experienced a two fold increase in harvest from the trees, not to mention the surplus honey we get from the 3 colonies!!

    grrrrr.....borked the upload and got an attachment as well?
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