Hello fellow Mainers...
I know you are out there. I am in Brunswick and am still experiencing incredibly warm temperatures. Today we are once again about 65 degrees. While all this is lovely this is my first treatment free winter and I have not feed syrup as the stores seemed very good. I pulled my last supers about 2 weeks ago except for one hive that seemed a tad light. I left them with about five full frames of honey in a super as I thought they would moved it down to the cluster as needed. I winter my hives over in two deeps.
I am curious if anyone is adjusting their fall methods to allow for this warm weather and if so what are you doing?
PS How was the MSBA annual meeting? I am afraid I missed this as I was on Lake Nicatous this weekend. Crazy warm up there too!!