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  1. #1
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    Default BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    Smart folks will get their package and queen orders in by Dec. 1, whoever they decide to buy from.
    "If all you have is a hammer, the whole world is a nail." - A.H. Maslow

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    This was in a email flyer I got from beeweaver yesterday.

    "BeeWeaver Queens, Package Bees, Nucs, and Full Strength Italian Colonies delivered to our pick up locations in Navasota, Austin, Dallas, & San Antonio in April 2013."

    Picking up in Dallas with no freight charge will be awesome.
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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    Wow, those are expensive bees! I purchase 3 lbs and a queen for $75 here in Iowa.

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    $135 a package???? Man, I must be getting old!!

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    It is cheaper if you just buy the Mini Bee packs...in bulk

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by LeonardS View Post
    Wow, those are expensive bees! I purchase 3 lbs and a queen for $75 here in Iowa.
    Pricy, yes. But they are 1.5 hr. drive from me and they have been breeding for a long time to be chemical free for varroa and they seem to keep the SHB under good control too. Down here in the South we have extended season issues with these pests. They do have some interesting videos on YouTube talking about their genitics.
    Mike
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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    I agree with MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMooretx. I really believe in their stock, and plan to install two more hives in April with BeeWeavers. Great temperament. They turned out to be a perfect choice for me, a beginner, and I plan to keep them treatment-free. The BeeWeaver hive I presently have is spooky-strong.

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    where is you get your bees i will need some for the next spring

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    Default Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    I've gotten hives with their queens and know 3 other beeks who have gotten queens from them and haven't seen gentle hive yet. Everyone I know has requeened with something else. They make good guard hives though and will keep intruders out
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