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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Honey Hive Farms, Winfield Missouri

    Default Honey Hive Farms packages

    Here are packages from 2013. There are 500 packages in here and the first day we got the all shook out it turned cold so we put them in our heated room, then the next 3 days it was very hot and had to have fans on and mist waters on them, crazy Missouri weather.
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    Honey Hive Farms "Saving the world one bee at a time"

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Rader, Greene County, Tennessee, USA

    Default Re: Honey Hive Farms packages

    Interesting photos!

    If I understand your comments above correctly, the bees were in packages in your warehouse for at least 4 days before going on a truck. How many days total did those bees spend in the package boxes before getting into customers' hands?
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    St Louis, Missouri

    Default Re: Honey Hive Farms packages

    Nice pics honey hive. I know it cant be easy to deal with Missouri weather and keep bees as strong as you do.
    Thank you for my packages last year and looking forward to this years packages.


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