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  1. Re: Want to replace a queen with one I raise myself

    Thanks Ruth. So you will ideally remove the queen and make the split into a nuc before there is any sign of swarming? I found this elsewhere on Beesource, like it....
  2. Want to replace a queen with one I raise myself

    I have two hives in Minneapolis and am thinking about what I want to do next spring. If the bees overwinter OK, I want to raise a queen to replace the older of the two queens. I think this is what...
  3. Re: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times- wisdom and folly from 2019

    Best of times: I treated a hive with formic acid and forgot to remove the entrance reducer per instructions. Four hours later, it was getting dark and cold, I put my hood on and ran to the hive with...
  4. Re: The making of a frame, with side discussion of frame rests, bee space, and Langst

    Thank you for this information. I have 2 home made hives. I made 20 6 1/8" wood honey super frames with grooved bottom bars and wedge tops. I used wired beeswax foundation and support pins in the...
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