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    Re: Hello from India

    Hello to you. What type of honey bee is in India?
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    Re: Hello from Miami

    Good morning and welcome.
  3. Re: U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    I agree, I don’t need a title at all, but some do, it adds credibility. Well, if you look at the Master beeks who took the course, quite a few are well known. Rusty Burlew of Honey Bee Suite did...
  4. Re: U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    I guess when it comes to bees, you want to do your best for them. Who wants a college level class about an insect if you don’t have them? I guess one could try and cheat, but who wants that on...
  5. Re: U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    It seems the linked course you shared above says “no prior experience necessary”.
  6. Re: U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    Sheesh, doesn’t anyone look at the Course requirements and the syllabus AND the credentials/experience with honey bees/beekeeping of the Professor? I guess you can do what you want. There are...
  7. Re: U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    Well worth the money in my opinion if you are looking for more in-depth learning with the goal of Master Certification. Deb:)
  8. U of Montana Apprentice Level Beekeeping Class

    The Apprentice Beekeeping Level is open now, online course, at University of Montana. Courses are taught by Dr. Jerry Bromenshenk, Scott Debnam & Phillip Welch, widely regarded as one of the...
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    Re: Hello from the Missouri Ozarks

    Hello and welcome.
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    Re: Hello from eastern North Carolina

    Welcome. Nice that your daughter is doing bees with you, lots of good memories you’ll have.
  11. Re: Darwinian black box selection for resistance Varroa destructor

    Thanks for the link! Deb
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    Re: Mid-Missouri Hello

    Welcome.
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    Re: Hello from Nashville, Tennessee

    Welcome.
  14. Re: Methods for dissuading more beekeepers in a particular location?

    This has happened here locally. It’s amazing how many people do this with no knowledge at all about honey bees, or even have the incentive to learn. Wait a year or two and most will be gone.
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    Re: Greetings from the Black Hills, SD

    :) Beatles White Album.
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    Re: Greetings from the Black Hills, SD

    Welcome to the forum, you and Rocky Racoon. ;)
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    Re: Hello from Portland, OR

    Welcome!
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    Re: Cost of package in 1959

    I say 2.00. (no chicken) I can remember getting candy at the local drug store for a nickel, rolls of red licorice, Bonomo turkish taffy, and penny candy. Deb
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    Re: High Tech Beehives

    Hi again, I am very happy to hear you contacted Dr Bromenshenk; maybe your beekeepers there could be part of this Bee Guru project. I have a friend who runs a non-profit 501 c here in New York. It...
  20. Re: Why the heck won't they gain weight (after ALOT of feeding).

    Your location I would think the queen is not laying a lot of brood at this time. The prerequisite for brood rearing is bee bread etc. Looking at all the answers you have received on this, I believe...
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    Re: High Tech Beehives

    Good morning, you asked about a beekeeping app. First, my opinion is have a serious minded person take an online beekeeping course with a goal of Master Beekeeper. As was stated above hands on...
  22. Re: Why the heck won't they gain weight (after ALOT of feeding).

    An excellent recommendation At the Hive Entrance! All beekeepers should have this in their library. Deb
  23. Re: Should I buy an established hive in Oct in Upstate NY

    :rolleyes:
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    Re: Strange Comb Honey Wax Color

    I would not sell any of that “cut comb” honey, it all looks ugly; definitely some drone brood comb, and the wax looks like it might be tough. And, no, you shouldn’t sell cut comb honey with lots of...
  25. Re: Should I buy an established hive in Oct in Upstate NY

    Peter Borst
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