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  1. Re: No Brood Leaving the Winter Shed This Year

    Good to hear that is what we find also. Thanks
  2. Re: No Brood Leaving the Winter Shed This Year

    Ian are you doing any comparison with nutra bee to ultrabee, or any other patty form?
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    Re: C02 and wintering bees indoors

    That could be Brian, this was my first year in my new shed and it was only filled to 40 cft per hive. Next winter it will be 20 cft per hive. But even filled to half capacity the room never got cold...
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    Re: C02 and wintering bees indoors

    I will be curious also. when my fans idle for over a week I get to around 1500-1800ppm
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    Re: C02 and wintering bees indoors

    I have heard it is better to keep it under 2000 ppm. This morning I checked mine, the fans have been idling in my shed for the past week and a half it is sitting at 950-1050ppm. When it is warm and...
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    Re: Canadian wnter losses

    Glad I'm not the only one!
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    Re: Hot room design

    Did you put anything in between the steel and the fiberglass batt? Some one told me that it will mold if placed on steel? I was looking at foam insulation but I could save 6000$ by going with Batt in...
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    Re: Hot room design

    David Do you have rebar in that Picture? The people I am working with all say to put down Wire and ziptie it to that. Also what did you do for insulation in your walls?
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    Re: Hot room design

    Ian do you have one long Run of Pex in your hot room or is a few smaller runs of Pex?
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    Re: Hot room design

    Jean-marc right now doing the same thing, we are putting up a 50x90 barn I am planning on doing 20x50 of that as a hot room/wintering room. I have talked with a few guys and since my ceilings will be...
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    Re: Moving out of sheds

    will do. As of today both groups are at 3% dead outs, But The indoor hives are at least 3-4 frames bigger and more consistent. Also the amount of feed the indoor hives have is amazing they are very...
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    Re: Moving out of sheds

    Also interesting, this fall I took one yard of bees left half outside and half went inside. Saturday I put them back in the same yard. The indoor wintered ones have 1-2 frames of brood, the outdoor...
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    Re: Moving out of sheds

    Can It be the warmth? In my shed with the last few weeks it has gotten into the 50's a few times even hit 60f one day.
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    Re: Moving out of sheds

    Pulled mine out Saturday and went through them today. Out of 200 I pulled out 4, Very happy with that! The doubles came out huge the singles look pretty good a few were late splits I might loose a...
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    Re: Moving out of sheds

    This is my first year messing with it so i'm very new on the shed wintering (aka dont listen to me).
    I am going to take mine out Saturday, it looks like our temps are close to the same, I might be...
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    Re: Canadian wnter losses

    Do you do anything to your temps or Humidity in the sheds B&E to get them to Brood? I just looked at a hive indoors yesterday and not a cell of Brood.
  17. Re: Oxalic, Glycerin, Shop Towels - a promising stopgap flyswatter

    thanks Old timer keep us posted on the mite rolls!
  18. Re: CO2 levels with Indoor Wintering Honeybees

    I just bought this one for my small room I am experimenting with; I have 200 hives in and with the Fans only idling the last two weeks, the levels are sitting at 1200PPM...
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    Re: Show & Tell Time

    Mine is a 2011 6.7, it's been a great truck till two weeks ago when I had to replace the Particulate Filter 4000$ later, we are rolling again.
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    Re: Open feeding?

    do you worry about having wet syrup sitting in the brood chamber for the winter, feeding this late Ian?
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    Re: Let's talk about lega vaporizer unit

    Jim they responded to my emails in hours also, last week. They told me I could get one in two weeks but an updated model will be out the end of November.
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    Re: Let's talk about lega vaporizer unit

    I have tried both the Lega and the VM, and for mite kills there was no comparison the VM was close to 100% phoretic kill.

    With the Lega I could not get a good kill, rolls three days later were...
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    Re: Syrup Pump and IBC Tote

    lol Nice Harry
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    Re: Syrup Pump and IBC Tote

    Harry do you know how fast it will pump the sucrose? thanks
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    Re: Syrup Pump and IBC Tote

    Harry How fast is that pump with 60degree HFCS (type 55)?
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