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  1. #1
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    Smile Hi from Poland

    Hey,

    I am quite new beekeeper. I use dadant frames and have 20 colonies. Started beekeeping 3 years ago to save my life from spending it all in front of computer

    Also I wrote beekeeper manager http://apiaryfu.com it is free and comments welcome

    Best,
    Marek
    http://apiaryfu.com Beekeeper Manager - enjoy responsible ;-)

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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Cześć Marek!
    I live in a very Polish part of Wisconsin, in the northcentral part of the USA. At my son's school tomorrow they have "Polish days!" celebration! I live in a house built by two old Polish immigrants. So I'm happy to see you :-)

    If you are so new, how do you already have 20 colonies? That's a lot! I am new too, with only 4 colonies.
    Welcome
    Chris

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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Welcome to beesource.com. I just started using this website this year and enjoy reading about all the different ways beekeepers work with their hives. I have learned many new ideas that I will be trying out with my on hives. Best of luck in your beekeeping venture.

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Hi Chris,

    > I live in a very Polish part of Wisconsin, in the northcentral part of the USA. At my son's school tomorrow they
    > have "Polish days!" celebration! I live in a house built by two old Polish immigrants. So I'm happy to see you :-)

    We have immigration in blood I think. Even I spent 6 years in UK, but finally back home

    > If you are so new, how do you already have 20 colonies? That's a lot! I am new too, with only 4 colonies.

    I started from 4, then doubled it and doubled again My father is a joiner so I just need to buy wood for hives, that makes cheap start. Even tried successfully queen breeding last year, next week will do the same again, it is much more easy than you think.

    Bees give so much excitement

    Best,
    Marek
    http://apiaryfu.com Beekeeper Manager - enjoy responsible ;-)

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Do you sell the queens you make, or do you use them to keep your own hives at top performance?

  6. #6
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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    > Do you sell the queens you make, or do you use them to keep your own hives at top performance?

    I don't sell them, used only in my apiary and gave a few spare to my beekeeper friend.
    http://apiaryfu.com Beekeeper Manager - enjoy responsible ;-)

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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Welcome Marek!
    americasbeekeeper.com
    beekeeper@americasbeekeeper.com

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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Welcome to the site!

  9. #9
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    Default Re: Hi from Poland

    Welcome to the Forum!
    Hay, wanted to ask, what do you think about the products form the Polish company: Łysoń? Have you used any of their products or equipment?
    Greetings and welcome!
    http://lyson.com.pl

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