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    Re: Bottom Board Mite Counts

    Extremely new bee keeping so forgive an odd question not so much about mite drops, but treating in Mid December which is normally in the middle of what is commonly the coldest/colder weather here in...
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    Re: Winter Feeding question

    Similar question in Olympia WA with relatively mild winters. TBH with a few thin spacers between three top bars all with either brood or honey combs. Have been fondant feeding using follower board...
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    Re: Moving hives

    Thanks. We'll get over the paranoia's someday I suspect. Gotta start somewhere eh?
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    Re: Moving hives

    Back to moving hive. Also VERY new to the world of bees. 3 feet 3 miles rule presents something of a problem for us. We need to move our TBH about 30 feet and are thinking one move in the winter...
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    Re: How to insulate long hives?

    "Has anyone had experience using natural materials as insulation in a hive? like straw or wool? " Our world in addition to just starting out with bees is very much tied into raw fiber, mostly llama...
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    [QUOTE=Loudo;1741133]They said good judgment results from bad judgment, so I'm fulfilling the traditional beek noob role by making a few mistakes. I could not find for the life of me screen material...
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    Re: Pollen Color Chart?

    [QUOTE=Kuro;1750391]I have not found a color chart specific for Western Washington. I think this Wikipedia site is still the best (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pollen_sources).

    Thank...
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    Pollen Color Chart?

    We live in a rather rural area of Western Washington State. Our nearest neighbors are invisible from a human line of site with most land owned in blocks of 5-100 acres. Lots of time surrounds us. And...
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