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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
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

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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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