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  1. #1
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    Default Removing Your Honey Soon?




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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon?

    Are these adds allowed?

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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon? You Gotta Try This

    Quote Originally Posted by mrflegel View Post
    Are these adds allowed?
    Yes they are.

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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon? You Gotta Try This

    Save your money.
    Pulling frames of honey is too easy.
    Pull it out, shake the bees off, put it in the truck.
    You're done.
    Once you see the bandwagon, it's too late.
    www.goldfinch-acres.com

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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon? You Gotta Try This

    Quote Originally Posted by Troutsqueezer View Post
    Save your money.
    Pulling frames of honey is too easy.
    Pull it out, shake the bees off, put it in the truck.
    You're done.
    That's fine if you have a few hives. Do that all day for 20 or more and you're wrist and elbows will be killing you.

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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon?

    does the product absorb into the honey?
    Ian Steppler >> Canadian Beekeeper's Blog
    www.stepplerfarms.com

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    Default Re: Removing Your Honey Soon?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    does the product absorb into the honey?
    Used properly it will not absorb into the honey. Thanks for the questions.

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