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  1. Re: Looking for a Wyoming person about antelope

    I do love the .250 savage, but no one around here seems to have it on the shelf anymore. I have to handload it or order it mail order.
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    Re: Global Warming

    >Tell me what impact do you think burning fossil fuels have? You going with none?

    Using up probably our most valuable resource.

    >Acid rain false as well?

    Yea... I'm afraid so. That has...
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    Re: Startup Company Making "Super Bees"

    >"Beekeepers feed the bees the plant-based formula, which contains sugar, water and proprietary ingredients, about once a week."

    My bees gather that every day from the flowers... a plant based...
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    Re: Global Warming

    > When you say global warming is fake, I hear I want to be free to pollute.

    But why do you HEAR that when that is CLEARLY not what is being said. There is a WORLD of difference between CO2 which...
  5. Re: new beehive designed to stop bees from dying over winter, and to have 24/7 monito

    My experience with foam hives was that I had a lot more moisture than with wood. Significant enough that the inside was always wet and the bees did not survive. I'm sure it's working for some...
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    Re: Global Warming

    The coming ice age:
    https://harpers.org/archive/1958/09/the-coming-ice-age/
    https://cei.org/blog/wrong-again-50-years-failed-eco-pocalyptic-predictions...
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    Re: Need electric fence info

    I have a cord running to my electric fence. USUALLY rain has not been an issue. I have had one cord burn completely at the connection and blow the breaker, once in seven years. I have also had a...
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    Re: Global Warming

    "Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our industrial-military posture, has been the technological revolution during recent decades.
    In this revolution, research has become...
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    Re: Queen on top of frame

    I was removing top feeders one day and propped the feeder up against a nearby hive. A little later I say a big clump of bees on the feeder. Turns out the queen was on the miller feeder when I...
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    Sticky: Re: Successful Queen Introduction tips.

    Old queens are too valuable in alcohol to pinch them. Put them in a jar of alcohol... then you can lure swarms out of trees and get cutouts to settle down in the box you are putting them in.
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    Re: What to ask at allergy Dr

    >Michael, I like the way you think! Though I don't think you have priced an ER
    visit recently. Around here it is $1400 just to check in and anything else is extra.

    I have. The odds of you being...
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    Re: Soybean meal in pollen patties

    I used to feed full fat soy flour and the bees didn't seem any worse for it. If I were doing it I would want to mix it 50/50 with pollen if at all possible. But some seem to think soy flour isn't...
  13. Re: new beehive designed to stop bees from dying over winter, and to have 24/7 monito

    > "Ours is over 100x better than what currently exists!"

    4000 x is "over 100x better"... About 3,900 more times better...
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    Re: Queen on top of frame

    At one time or another the queen is in every inch of the colony where she has access. She just spends MOST of her time in the brood nest.
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    Re: oa dribble freqency

    >Based on studies I've read, OA "dribble" is really rough on open brood.

    From what I've seen it's really rough on adult bees. Usually they don't recommend more than one treatment.
  16. Re: Do you clean and reuse plastic foundation or throw them away?

    Just give them back to the bees. Do nothing else...
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    Re: need to get rid of bees....

    9 times out of 10 if I see "bees" getting leftover pop etc. they are yellow jackets... but 1 time out of 10 they are honey bees... I have heard of people using syrup (stronger than the sno cones or...
  18. Re: What Pollen Are They Gathering Now In NE?

    All of Nebraska has had a fairly hard freeze now, so probably they are collecting nothing in NE... ;)
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    Re: What's up with the all the Bircomb?

    Bees love empty space to build comb in... never give it to them...
  20. Re: When do you add fondant/mountain camp sugar?

    I always clump it up by spraying some water on it. Otherwise it gets hauled out for trash.
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    Re: What to ask at allergy Dr

    I suppose I'm cheap and old fashioned. I have never talked to allergist in my life that I know of... If I was concerned, I'd park outside the emergency room with a partner and sting myself a few...
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    Re: First Frost Thread.

    Ours was Friday night, 10/11/2019 68413
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    Re: Wax moth prevention in storing

    >Does anyone have any idea if there's still bioactive material in expired Xentari?

    As I understand it, the powdered Bt contians both dormant bacteria and the Bt toxin. So it may have some effect...
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    Re: Totally Black Honeybee

    Robbers are often wet from honey or wax and often have their hair pulled out so they are often black and shiny. If they didn't have their hair pulled out they would be lighter in color.
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    Re: Strange Comb Honey Wax Color

    Part of it is wet and dry cappings. Part of it is recycled wax.
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