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    Re: Global Warming

    I consider myself somewhat right of center on the political spectrum who generally believes the constitution with all of its amendments must be respected as written and not as someone deems they...
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    Re: Global Warming

    One of the more interesting characters of his time for sure.
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    Re: Global Warming

    I wouldn't call the electoral college bogus, as its pretty clearly laid out in the 12th amendment, but I think its fair to say its antiquated and actually predates a woman's right to vote by over 100...
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    Re: Global Warming

    I'm with Frank. Great post Ami.
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    Re: Using Dogs To Detect Bee Diseases?

    Fortunately I haven't experienced any AFB in nigh on two decades but the smell is still something that I will neither forget nor need a dog to diagnose.
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    Re: Dumb Question

    They stay together because they are usually stuck together. However standard four way pallets use a "U" or "W" clip to mate two hives side by side and are handled and hauled "sideways" with...
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.



    Is it really that important? Yikes.[/QUOTE]

    I suppose we could just refer to said people as "Pat". :D
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    Re: Like sending bees to war

    I'm not going to defend this article as I think its basically a rehashing of the same old story we have seen reported for years and referring to glyphosate as a toxic killer of bees is clearly...
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.

    I diligently looked for some confirmation of what you are asserting here out of genuine curiosity and this is the most recent link I could find. ...
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.

    :thumbsup: Well stated. It’s also noteworthy that preliminary results of studies are often reported as facts well ahead of any peer review process.
    Even the esteemed New England Journal of...
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.

    You got me there Bryan but given the fact that the English language lacks a singular unisex pronoun I suppose I should have referred to said scientist as “his/her” or maybe “her/his”. :rolleyes:
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.

    Interesting. One of the problems I have is that these “studies” are usually legit to the degree that the public needs to understand that they are quite often funded by a group looking for a...
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    Sticky: Re: Pollination prices

    I would say "alternate pollination" as described here would have about the same impact on commercial pollination as instrumental insemination of queens does to the commercial mated queen market.
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    Re: Will Politics Drive the Science?

    Well said. I still participate but Barry's exit fundamentally changed Beesource in a lot of intangible ways
  15. Re: Warm spell for the next week, liquid sugar water or candy board?

    Are they light? If yes, I'd say some sort of cake. If not, I'd suggest leaving them alone for a couple of months. Feed demand is low until the queen starts laying in earnest which probably won't...
  16. Re: German Black bees in the Southeastern US actually Apis mellifera iberiensis?

    The vile smell of AFB will be forever etched in my memory. I did, however always feel that AFB was more of a result than a cause of poor bees. Long before there there was any talk about hygienic...
  17. Re: Penn State "COMB" project posts Dec 2019 update

    I made a rare foray into the tf Facebook page recently and tried to digest Mr. “view from a points” statistical argument that there is almost no statistical evidence that treatments reduce losses. It...
  18. Re: Penn State "COMB" project posts Dec 2019 update

    Apivar used according to label does not contaminate beeswax. Oddly enough, that seems to bother some people, probably the same folks that have been impatiently waiting for 2 decades or so for varroa...
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    Re: Basic Queen Rearing

    I’d suggest spending some time reading through some of the stickies here on the bee and queen and bee breeding site first. A real wealth of info there from some of the best.
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    Re: Against Smoking Bees

    You’re fortunate to have received some excellent and well written advice here from some really good and experienced beekeepers, Ryan. Read and learn with an open mind. Best of luck on your assignment.
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    Someone in Montana raised 10,000+ lbs of honey off of spurge? I’ve seen bees “fatten up” a little off of the stuff but never enough to harvest.
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    Re: TIN FOIL HAT or REALITY?

    Having read many articles about bees published even on major news sites that are often full of inaccuracies has made me assume that many other things I read and accept as fact may well be just as...
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    https://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/fvmhoney.pdf
    Not good.
  24. Re: moving queen cells out of cell builder - add 9 to date, not 10!!!

    We pull cells no later than 240 hours after grafting (I personally refer to them as 10 day cells) and 95%+ will hold overnight in incubation. If they hatch sooner than 240 hours, then you’re grafting...
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    Re: Mites zapped by laser frame

    Not posting this to knock the idea that some sort of electronic gadget might be able to control varroa but I’m far from convinced that this is workable. I would question their claim of a 90%...
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