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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    I think spending your hard earned money on good Queens, mite treatments too keep the mites low is a good way too start. You guys know what it takes to keep & run good bees, & where to spend your...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    Nope, BTW, watch out for that rattler. :)
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    Re: NYT CCD article featuring R. Adee

    So Harry, you still have one more than Bret? lol
  4. Re: Looking for some New Wood Frame assembly advice?

    Shastina, has a really nice frame out from what I've been told.
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    Re: Defatted vs Expeller Soyflour

    There are a lot out there selling....FLUFF. Look at the bottom boards, I hear this all the time where the sub is getting kick out onto the ground.
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    Re: Defatted vs Expeller Soyflour

    Ian, that's tough to answer, one would have to know the profile of the sub in order the match up with the missing voids. I shoot for a 80-85% value, so most of what I look for is going to be rich in...
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    Re: Defatted vs Expeller Soyflour

    Me thinks so.
  8. Re: Beekeeping Business Planning - Can you make money in this business?

    Jimbo, you left out " where you sent it ". lol
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    Re: Extra pollen sub

    Some put on sub just before going into almonds so that they have at least one healthy round of brood coming out of the almonds.
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    Re: Pollen Stores after almonds

    Harry, I'm a little slow these days, But, your tag line is priceless, lol.
  11. Re: Is California out of compliance with Federal law, Map 21?

    Mike, I've been checking with the Cali farm bureau, and no new news.
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    Sticky: Re: Pollination prices

    NN, you listening? This one made me laugh.
  13. Re: Flooding orchards and fields in CA on purpose

    If the roots are dormant (ah sleep ), it won't hurt, but, you can get your
    self in trouble if you over do it.
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    Re: How to get hives out of muddy beeyards.

    $1000 and up, depends on how much work, that's for a light duty bell 206 or a 500.
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    Re: Amino-B-Booster & Honey B Healthy

    Well said.
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    Re: Pollination Revenues

    lol... That was a big bowl of cherries right there. :)
  17. Re: Thick syrup and pump trouble. What's the problem here?

    I believe it Mike, I like to put sub on the first part of January, then if needed, syrup the in the second part of January, but I rarely feed syrup in January only if there lite.
    BSH, that heater...
  18. Re: Thick syrup and pump trouble. What's the problem here?

    Ok, so first, you shouldn't be feeding syrup at this time of year anyway, get those bees heavy in the fall, syrup stimulates them to fly bad idea right now in this weather, also the shortest day of...
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    Re: New Loader?

    LOL, Yep, it's painful to think about at times, experience is expensive.
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    Re: New Loader?

    Jim, One thing they do have is a ton of attachments. wow must be 40 different kinds.
  21. Re: CO2 levels with Indoor Wintering Honeybees

    Nick, there's a guy just north of me wanting to put up a building( bee storage)
    with this in mind, he mention guys that are having these results.
  22. Re: CO2 levels with Indoor Wintering Honeybees

    CO2 LEVELS @6%, temps @ 40, mite kill rate 90%. :)
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    Re: Cleaning pollen

    wrong post
  24. Re: CO2 levels with Indoor Wintering Honeybees

    Ian, There was a guy trying to kill the mites with CO2 levels in indoor wintering. :)
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    ARB has ag exemptions, most up to I think 2025, an some low mileage indefinitely. :)
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