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    where does someone get royal jelly for bee breeding....in a bottle from a supplier....thanks greg

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    My bees make it.

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    mr palmer...i understand that bees make it...especially yours...lol...but i am wanting the jelly to do some experiments....
    and i do know how to graft...lol....thanks greg

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    You may want to contact Draper's and confirm that the royal jelly they offer is suitable for your purpose:
    http://www.draperbee.com/

    Unfortunately, their website is using frames, and I can't link directly to the royal jelly page. You will need to click on "Honeybee Products" then "Royal Jelly" to get to the right page.
    Graham
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg zechman View Post
    mr palmer...i understand that bees make it...especially yours...lol...but i am wanting the jelly to do some experiments....
    and i do know how to graft...lol....thanks greg
    Sorry, couldn't resist...

    Start a batch of queen cells, and before they are sealed scoop out the jelly. Don't buy jelly from someone else's operation.

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    thank you rader...that is exactly what i am looking for...thank you....greg

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    Greg, I've had good luck with Stakich royal jelly

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    Michael P - any storage advise? I've been using a Chinese grafting tool to collect and scraping it off into the syringe for priming (it gets less messy the more I do it). I refrigerate it, just on the hunch that this is somehow good to do. Any suggestions are appreciated.

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