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    Re: Laying worker question

    These are a pain. If you only have a couple hives it is a hard choice, Dawn dish soap works well, then start with new bees
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    Re: Black Foundation For Honey Supers

    Well said
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    Re: Hive Entrance Side?

    I should clarify. I dot think it matters what direction or where they come and go from. What we tried was a version where the entire side opened up,.
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    Re: Hive Entrance Side?

    Have played around with both the last couple of years. That side entrances that we got in N.E. Ohio have been a tremendous pain. We are burning about 50 of then real soon. Was told that they work...
  5. Re: Shelf life of ultra-bee pollen substitutue?

    Do you feed dry or make a wet mixture in the spring? How has your weather been? Here in Ohio we have had the most rain that we have seen in years ( N.E.). Dramatic changes in feed, queens being...
  6. Thread: Luck is....

    by edzkoda
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    Re: Luck is....

    ROTFLMAO...….. Now that'sfunny
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    Re: How late can I requeen?

    I like the advice given, bank her in case uou need her. maybe do this the 1rst of July so you can still get honey, eggs, and a brood break.
  8. Thread: Giving up....

    by edzkoda
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    Re: Giving up....

    Very sorry this came your way. But,It is not giving up, it is doing the right thing. Hope you find peace with your decision and move on to another day of the sun rising.
  9. Re: U.S. Distributor for Carricell Incubators?

    Been looking. May try to make one
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    Re: Johno's Easy Vap - Vaporizer

    Hey Johno. Received notice that my package is in, we will pick it up tomorrow. The speed of you sending it out was amazingly fast. Thank you
  11. Re: "Darwinian black box selection for resistance to settled invasive Varroa..."

    Just wondering, there doesn't seem to be a discussion or results at most scientific papers have. Wonder about the funding and the sites listed as well. Not a scientist, so just wondering.
  12. Re: Nearly Half of Honey Tested Contains Mostly Rice Syrup, Wheat Syrup or Sugar Beet

    Definitly a word that needs to be spread. Thank you for posting this
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    Re: Ready for a chuckle

    Now that's funny!!!
  14. Re: Proximity to school and other safety perimeter question

    If your referring to the school I was not suggesting that, simply stating that schools have them so he should be able to
  15. Re: Proximity to school and other safety perimeter question

    I was just thinking of slats or slated fence to go with code
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    Re: Got my bees today!

    Whole pollen patty may not be needed on packages this time of year?
  17. Re: Proximity to school and other safety perimeter question

    Would a 10 x 10 chain link fence with slated fence boards work? There are many schools incorporating bee hives on their property
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    Re: I accidentally killed a queen!!

    Not sure if he would have the necessary drones in that area?
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    Re: Airless Titan Sprayer

    Must be a Titan guy. Agree, brush or roll , at least the primer.
  20. Thread: NUC QUESTION

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    Re: NUC QUESTION

    In the car suggests controlled temps.
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    Re: Moving bees a short distance

    Split hives we don't move far. Thinking more rumor than true. After hive is moved some will go back to the same spot. Heard that a branch few sticks something over the entrance will make them notice...
  22. Re: My first visit to the almond orchards... wow!

    Thanks, this was a fun post to look at.
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    Re: UltraBee vs. AP23 vs. Homemade

    One reason may be the difference between feeding dry or wet. Depending on the time of year it seems to work better when mixed with oil and few other things, depending on what works in your area
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    Re: UltraBee vs. AP23 vs. Homemade

    Is it true that Megbee changed their formula last year? Heard it is a little more like Ultrabee now, except as you said, slightly finer ground.
  25. Re: news article about the adees losing bees again

    Absolutely, and that's the tip of the iceberg
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