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  1. Sticky: Good information. Thank you for posting, JW.

    Good information. Thank you for posting, JW.
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    Re: Owsley County Kentucky?

    Owsley County is certainly a picturesque part of our fair Commonwealth- and home to the late great Earle Combs. There are certainly worse places to retire, especially in light of your stated...
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    Sticky: Re: Riverderwent Survival Treatment Free 2017

    GREAT advice, David. This is a lesson I have (unfortunately) had to learn more than once already. Somehow I fear I might stumble into this issue a few more times...

    Have a great week.

    Russ
  4. Re: Bait hive pickup and cut-out - same premises

    This is a neat idea, Pat. I imagine with a bit of adaptation, us folks in more Northern climes could make interesting conversation pieces in our homes with the same basic idea. Thanks for posting.
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    AR1:

    I think you hit the nail on the head. As JW mentioned, Mr. Imirie was located in the shadow of the DC metropolitan area, which is in the same USDA Climate Zone that I am located in here in...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    While there were many insightful things I gleaned from the 'Pink Pages', there were four (4) miscellaneous recommendations that George made that I find particularly worthy of implementing, namely:
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  7. Re: Taped seams created moisture buildup- hopefully removed it in time

    Good photos, Frank. They were helpful to understand your set-up.
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    Sticky: Re: Riverderwent Survival Treatment Free 2017

    Funny!
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    Re: Should I clean it out or leave it?

    TA:

    I enjoyed reading your post- those raccoons are certainly resourceful buggers.

    If it were me, I would remove all the dead bees and take any of the salvageable comb and re-attach it to...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    Trish:

    Thank you for your reply. I was glad to see your post. You explained what I was attempting to in a more succinct and much clearer way than I did- so for that I thank you!

    In my...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    JW:

    Thank you for clarifying- I appreciate education.



    I wonder if we could vote this in as the unofficial motto of beekeepers everywhere?
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    Mr. Imirie writes often of the concept of Anthropomorphic thinking- which is defined by Merriam-Webster’s as, "ascribing human characteristics to nonhuman things."

    George’s basic premise is...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    BigBlackBirds:

    Thank you for the reply- your response clarified things nicely. I really do appreciate you taking the time to explain your approach in such detail.

    I will also apologize for...
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    Sticky: Re: Riverderwent Survival Treatment Free 2017

    David:

    Good posts. I always enjoy reading your evaluations of the mechanisms at work in your successful efforts to keep bees without treatments because you are always looking beyond just the...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment Free in Finland

    Neat photos, Juhani. Best of success to you in your overwintering efforts!
  16. Re: Our First Forced Abscond, Battle Plan Did Not Survive First Contact

    Well I'd say 3 out of 4 is not too bad!
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    Re: Cost of package in 1959

    This was a fun thread to read- I am sorry I missed out on the guesses.

    That said, I was curious what this 2# package 'should' cost today if we assume the actual rate of inflation in the US from...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    JW:

    Good update- sorry to hear about the nuc failure. I was surprised to read that you are still feeding 1:1. When do you typically switch over to 2:1 in your locale?
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    Thank you, BigBlackBirds. Your response is great and does give me some more ideas to consider. Succinctly, my thought all along has been in trying to devise a fairly straightforward and fairly...
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    Re: Intro as well as being treatment free

    Happy Home:

    You are a little North of me, but guys around here shoot for 60 - 80 pounds of stores going into winter- so I would expect it would be preferable for you to have at least this much...
  21. Re: Our First Forced Abscond, Battle Plan Did Not Survive First Contact

    Good write-up, DNS. While I am sorry the forced abscond did not turn out as well as you had hoped, it no doubt was a good learning experience and you will be well-prepared for the next opportunity to...
  22. Interesting story, MSL. I imagine this is a...

    Interesting story, MSL. I imagine this is a lesson that your club won't soon forget, and I suppose your recent bout with it positioned you well to help others take appropriate action.
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    GregV:

    I appreciate your feedback, and I do think I know where you are coming from.

    For me, I tend to hold to the idiom of 'chewing on the meat and spitting out the bones'- so while I may...
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    Sticky: Re: Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?

    BigBlackBirds:

    Thank you again for the excellent write-up. I took the opportunity to read your reply, marinate in it for awhile and then come back and re-read it. So if I were to summarize what...
  25. Re: Primitive beekeeping (bee trees, log hives, etc)

    This is an interesting approach, GregV. I imagine you might be able to fetch a premium price for honey harvested from a log hive- it certainly makes for a good story to tell with the product.
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