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jlaudiofan
Yesterday 11:52 PM
 Arizona
Here is the entire Arizona Department of Agriculture webpage on bees. " If anyone is being stung, call 911. If no one is being stung, but there is a swarm (a ball of bees in a... (2,152 views, 7 replies)
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whiskers
Yesterday 11:51 PM
 Foundation cell size post cutout
I would be curious enough to give them foundationless frames, just to see what they would draw without outside influence. If they continue to draw small cells they may be interesting to those... (113 views, 1 replies)
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beepro
Yesterday 11:26 PM
 Queen introduction question
Once they think they have a LW queen any queen or queen cells you put in they will take them out. A virgin queen they will kill her once she emerged from the cell. The cells they will tore them... (334 views, 15 replies)
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will52100
Yesterday 10:50 PM
 Lost both hives
I'm guessing from what I've read and researched that I set off a case of robbing. The thing is, it looked like they were taking care of the SHBs, and during inspection and fixing the comb everything... (172 views, 7 replies)
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Oldtimer
Yesterday 10:49 PM
 Why did this package die? (Sorry for Long Windedness)
Heard a few bad comments about this video, exactly where is the problem? (502 views, 9 replies)
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kilocharlie
Yesterday 10:43 PM
 A mini queenrite starter-finisher
Queenright is not ideal as you cannot control the exact hours that the bees will build queen cells, making it difficult to know when to cut and plant the cells. Queenless cell builders work better,... (258 views, 2 replies)
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RayMarler
Yesterday 10:39 PM
 Swarm moved in a tractor
Good job! (255 views, 7 replies)
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beepro
Yesterday 10:26 PM
 Non-graft frame in progress
Hi, All! For those of you that have been following along, I have been looking for a way to make my non-graft frame so that I don't have to do a graft anymore. I would like to continue beekeeping... (30 views, 0 replies)
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RayMarler
Yesterday 10:25 PM
 Moving a super of honey to another hive?
Yes you can move a super to a different hive. I've done it without removing the bees from the super and it worked just fine. I did of course make sure the queen was not in the super as it was over a... (89 views, 1 replies)
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Bob_s
Yesterday 10:25 PM
 Hive not looking good
how long has it been QL? and do you still have queen cells capped? (76 views, 1 replies)
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kilocharlie
Yesterday 10:24 PM
 Mating nucs and robbing?
This late, I'd make up strong mating nuc's. 5-framers, loaded with bees. I'd add robbing screens, and place them far from the rest of the yard, out near the DCA. Give them a 1/2 patty in front and... (136 views, 6 replies)
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RayMarler
Yesterday 10:22 PM
 Donate nurses or swap spots?
I myself would donate nurse bees by shaking or brushing bees off frames onto the top of the lid of the weaker hive. The older bees fly back home, the youngest bees that have not oriented yet will... (76 views, 1 replies)
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kilocharlie
Yesterday 10:17 PM
 how many bees
This late in the year, I would start a 5-frame nuc' in a 10-frame box if I were in an area that still had plenty of nectar flow left. I'd be willing to move them to a good late nectar flow. Out here,... (123 views, 5 replies)
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beepro
Yesterday 09:58 PM
 Some bees drowned while cleaning up honey equipment
Mine died too but not that many like yours. The sticky honey will lured them in and they got stuck and died inside the extractor sticking to the honey and the metal drum. Like you I will never do... (66 views, 1 replies)
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Slow Drone
Yesterday 09:54 PM
 Robber screen jam packed
Understood. (232 views, 14 replies)
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beepro
Yesterday 09:48 PM
 My Hubam Clover
Is this the annual white sweet clover you are planting? (740 views, 18 replies)
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Riverderwent
Yesterday 09:36 PM
 How to leave enough honey stores
Where I am, with my frugal mutts, and depending on how risk averse you are, about the equivalent of 17 fully drawn and capped medium frames of honey as of mid-November. (765 views, 33 replies)
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aunt betty
Yesterday 09:30 PM
 Breached brood
Have some suspicious combs like that too. Few drone cells surrounded by capped honey. I harvested the honey around the un-emerged drones and never even thought about uncapping them to see. Already... (89 views, 3 replies)
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Broadheadbees
Yesterday 09:30 PM
 Kiaora from Aotearoa
Lewis, from New Zealand here. Just saying hi to all those busy people out there and hope you are all having a great time with your bees! (33 views, 0 replies)
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Adam Foster Collins
Yesterday 09:29 PM
 Vermont
June 26 Basswood in Burlington. (2,011 views, 22 replies)