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  1. Re: TBH is a learning curve. What disasters have you had?

    Hi Guys

    I've written about about how to manage a top bar hive here:

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com/manage-top-bar-hives/

    Of particular interest might be:
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    Re: Cleaning wax and filtering question

    Use a fryer grease filter. They are a stiff funnel shaped paper filter used for filtering fryer grease. They are cheap, about $5 per pack. And can be bought at any commercial kitchen supply house.
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    Re: Parafin Dipping - Alternative Wood Finishes

    Hi Guys

    My site is now at http://bwrangler.litarium.com.

    I'm not sure what's happen to the parafin dipping link above. It's been lost forever.
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    Re: Starting a foundationless hive

    They are back online at:

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com/behavior/

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com/small-cell/
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    Re: Dennis Murrel's Observation Hive

    Plans for this hive: http://bwrangler.litarium.com/observation-hive/
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    Re: BWrangler says Adios???

    My site is now at http://bwrangler.litarium.com
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    Re: Word from the BeeWrangel himself

    It's now at http://bwrangler.litarium.com
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    Re: Trying to keep tabs on Dennis!

    Hi Guys

    BWrangler's final resting place is at http://bwrangler.litarium.com. I've corrected as many links as I can find.
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    Re: My site has moved

    The BWrangler is now at http://bwrangler.litarium.com
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    Re: Bwrangler Website???

    Hi Guys

    The BWrangler site is now located at:

    http://bwrangler.litariium.com
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    Re: BWrangler Website

    Hi Guys

    I'm now at:

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com
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    Re: Starting a foundationless hive

    Hi Guys

    BWrangler's natural comb observations are now at:

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com/behavior/
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    Re: Long Langstroth hive design questions

    Greeting Coach V

    Here's my take on a horizontal hive. It's designed to accommodate migratory lids and can be supered if needed. It's length is a multiple of a Lang's width. So they can bee 2, 3,...
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    Sticky: Re: Bee Natural Site Archived

    Thanks guys for your encouragement. And RBRamsey for the offer.

    The sites are up. And I'll keep them up as long as anyone is still interested at:

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com and...
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    Sticky: Re: Bee Natural Site Archived

    You're right. My bee site has bounced around and suffered as the result of the love/hate relationship I have with IT/Web Dev.

    When I retired, I planned to reinvent myself and leave the keyboard...
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    Sticky: Re: Bee Natural Site Archived

    Hi Guys

    It's been almost a year after reviving the Bee Feed and BWrangler sites. With only single digit visits/day since then, they are a bust. Real drone laying dinks! LOL

    I could continue to...
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    Lighting a Smoker

    Having trouble with your smoker. This video might help.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FEgM6bAJ2a8

    These principles are sound regardless of the fuel type. It's especially import to bellow...
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    Re: Favorite Grafting Tool?

    Hi Guys

    Sanding a Chinese tool's tip, changing its thickness and shape, alters it's flexibility and function. It's quick, taking only a couple of minutes at most.

    For new comb or some plastic...
  19. Re: Tom Seeley's proposal -- keep bees in small colonies

    Hi Guys

    I've kept bees in 3 deeps up north. Now I'm beeless in South Florida. And wondering about keeping bees in the subtropics with the heat and beetles. I suspect smaller would be better. Would...
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    Top Bar Hive Design

    Interested in designing a top bar hive from scratch? My Build a Top Bar Hive page describes the process.

    But Mogans Jensen has illustrated and detailed the process in his more than 80 page free...
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    Top Bar Hive Beekeeping in Paradise

    This is how it's supposed to bee.

    http://bwrangler.litarium.com/top-bar-beekeeping-in-paradise/
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    Re: Trying to figure out this wax melter

    Hi Aaronm

    What you've got is a typical extracting setup from the 50's. Back then, heated by steam, a second extractor, and with a vertical vibrating knife, such a setup was often used by a family...
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    The Best Youtube Beekeeping Channels

    Hi Guys

    Here's one of my favorites to start with here are a couple:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3mjpM6Av4bxbxps_Gh5YPw/feed

    https://www.youtube.com/user/OutOfaBlueSky/featured

    So,...
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    Re: Bees Teaching Bees

    Here's a link to the article in Erik's Blog:

    http://www.elgon.es/diary/?p=942
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    Re: JZsBZs cell cups

    Oh my gosh! I can't image commercial queen production without them. Yet, it's not the first time a critical, expensive to develop component, has been lost to a niche market like beekeeping. Those...
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