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    Re: America tackles AFB

    How are you containing AFB, in the USA

    Do you have a National policy on the elimination of

    Who pays for the control, inspection, and science

    Many questions, perhaps I can be directed to...
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    America tackles AFB

    How are you containing AFB, in the USA

    Do you have a National policy on the elimination of

    Who pays for the control, inspection, and science

    Many questions, perhaps I can be directed to...
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    Re: Making your own vials of swarm lure?

    " that may be similar to SC. " what is SC ?
  4. Thread: hive condition

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    Re: hive condition

    Ta for that Clyderoad
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    Re: Frames and Foundatio

    Ta V G ... Yes we have a lot of the comms using total plastic here. ... although they seem to be prone to breaking the lugs

    the other thing is disease, If you have AFB, the whole hive must be...
  6. Thread: hive condition

    by ladaok
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    hive condition

    How important is hive strength / brood, bee numbers per box. Is it acceptable to have say 2 smaller hives to equal a strong one ?

    I viewed an interesting article on beeks who travel your country....
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    Frames and Foundation

    I did pose this question in the commercial section, but no reply's ?

    I'm a small commercial, I use wood frames and a thin plastic foundation from an Eastern block country. The cells are formed...
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    Frames and Foundation

    I'm a small commercial, I use wood frames and a thin plastic foundation from an Eastern block country. The cells are formed and deeper than other plastic / wax I've seen. once waxed, the bees take to...
  9. Re: I'm in New Zealand, but wanting some American motor parts

    tmwilson / oldtimer / rader sidetrack, thank you chaps, ..... yes I have investigated u shop previously
  10. Re: I'm in New Zealand, but wanting some American motor parts

    thanks tmwilson, I will do .....robbie
  11. Re: I'm in New Zealand, but wanting some American motor parts

    Thanks, .... i'll have a look through, all of their product is at the high end, ... right at the moment, i'm just looking for OEM stuff, some thing from a auto wrecker or similar
  12. I'm in New Zealand, but wanting some American motor parts

    Title says it all. I've been a car nut for as long as I can remember. I have another project on the boil. It revolves around a Russian Lada car. it's much modified. The engine needs further mods to...
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    Re: 9 frames vs. 8 frames for honey

    your using the wrong style of frame I use 8 MANLEY frames in a 3/4 10 frame box ,,,... brood boxes are 10 HOFFMAN F/D
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    find this hard to believe, Australia as with us kiwis, have a very strict policy of absolutely NO honey imports.

    there is the possibility that these people are importing some form of a concoction...
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    Re: transporting hives over a long distance

    mmmmm, ... some keepers here do the same, " no netting is needed " I presume this is a fine mesh net over the whole load, to keep flyers in

    What about real long haul ?
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    Re: Farmer swung too wide with disc

    You mean WAS a good friend .....
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    Re: NC wildfire...too close for comfort

    you need some native americans, to do a .......
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    transporting hives over a long distance

    how are you chaps preparing hives, at least for 5 hr trips ... refrigerated, screened floors, mesh entrances, ? whats the most common way
  19. Re: More Bad News for Honey as U.S. Seeks to Get Handle on Glyphosate Residues in Foo

    here in New Zealand, I have to get my honey tested for a poison derived from a native plant via the bee known as TUTIN

    Have a read through this doco ..........
  20. Thread: Piping Queen

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    Piping Queen

    1st time i've heard a strange, singing or I suppose you could call it piping sound / call.
    From a hive that has swarmed about 8 +/- days ago. Still looked really active last couple of days, I was a...
  21. Re: An update of my struggling hive. I feel like this is all I can do? Any thoughts?

    This spring I had a hive come out of winter, in not to good a shape. The blasted thing keep on going down hill. was q / right and laying but not enough ommph and lack of summer workers. Brood was...
  22. Re: Got robbed. Nearby beekeeper said he detected AFB in his robbed hive. What next?

    I'm sure you'll be fine, ... it's the WEAK hive with AFB that get's robbed .... the robbers take the infection back to THEIR hive, so if your being robbed, no worry about disease. ..... unless you...
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    Re: Is over-feeding in Fall possible?

    yeah go on, blame us KIWI's for your mistake ..... lol,, down here you seem to find the tree hugging hobbyists ( greenies ) leave honey on for winter, us commercials try and take every last drop of...
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    Re: points of the compass

    no hive beetles down here, ... yes full sun esp till 2pm in summer seems to be the go. winter sun makes a big difference
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    points of the compass

    which way do you orientate your hives, do you have a reason why ?

    I myself run the frames longitudinally Nth to Sth , with the landing board to the Nth , ..our winds are prevailing westerly. I...
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