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  1. Re: Shout out to southern Ontario beekeepers

    Thx muusu I'll send an email. Never hurts to try after all.
  2. Shout out to southern Ontario beekeepers

    Visiting Kitchener,Ontario,Canada for a couple weeks for my cousins wedding. Are there any bigger beekeepers near there as I'd like to visit them. I'd particularly like to see a commercial honey...
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    Hunting Experience

    OK so here's the deal. I'm looking to gain experience in commercial beekeeping. So I'm looking for a full time job that deals with all aspects of commercial beekeeping,for a year or more. I've kept...
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    Re: Field trips to the apiary

    Its true romania has a lot of wild fields but people do use chemicals last year over 700 hives were killed by pesticides sprayed over sunflowers because they gave no warning to beekeepers beforehand...
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    Re: Field trips to the apiary

    Actually i dont yet but i do plan to get everything in order last thing i need is trouble but beekeeping is really suffering here from bad agriculture practices and peoples fear of bees so id really...
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    Re: Field trips to the apiary

    Sorry havent finished my presentation yet although for younger kids im thinking to just do a brief overview and for older kids take things in deeper details of beekeeping and its effect on us
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    Field trips to the apiary

    Was thinking about asking local schools if they would host field trips to my apiary. Figured it would help to bring beekeeping into the spotlight around here. Just hoping to get a few ideas on...
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    Re: BernhardHeuvel method

    Don't know about you christian but I'm already on winter canola since the 24 of April doesn't really look like there will be any swarms this year on canola
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    Re: introducing young mated queens

    thx guys I was planning on shaking in some extra bees and I have a second yard that I plan to move them to about 14km away so I doubt I'll have any drift and I also have a follower board that I use...
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    introducing young mated queens

    Hey guys been way to long since I've been on here so here is an update to my situation. Got a great new job recently. An Italian guy came and bought about 100 colonies here in romania don't ask why I...
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    Re: Managing swarm season commercially

    I've done that before wglord but I was hoping to find a method that wouldn't involve spliting the hive my main flow is 3 weeks away and some are starting to get crowded no queen cells yet but don't...
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    Re: Managing swarm season commercially

    Checkerboarding sounds interesting might try it when I have more drawn comb how would swarm management differ since I'm more migratory than other folks that keep their hives in one place
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    Re: Managing swarm season commercially

    Forgot to mention I have queen excluders but I'm not really on speaking terms with ‘em lol
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    Re: Managing swarm season commercially

    Well I use ten frame langs. with three deep brood boxes. solid bottom boards
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    Re: Hive cleanup question

    I've done that but always had a good deal of fighting and dead bees afterwards so I just uncap it and insert it behind a follower board to the weaker hives minimize the entrance to discourage robbing...
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    Re: Nurse Bees in Overwintered Hives

    I've wondered the same thing since my queens stop laying in Oct the and only started laying the 17th of Jan that's 3 months no brood so yes I would say the older bees are capable of feeding the brood...
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    Re: Pollen trap

    If I see that they have lots of pollen in the hive I collected it 3 days on and three days off also done it 2days on and 2 off
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    Managing swarm season commercially

    Okay so here's the background I'm STARTING to go commercial have 40 production colonies so far plus 20t hat are my dad's and I hope to have 100 nucs by this fall that a local is making for me like I...
  19. Re: Never, Never, Never and Never again wear.....

    Your complaining and others cry cause they never attract the girls ;) though I'm glad I never got that lucky OUCH. :)
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    Re: Multi-Laying Queens

    Michael you think it might be the queens genetics?
  21. Re: Ideas for Cell starter and finisher hives

    If you think it might work. well have at it and keep us posted on how it goes I'm curious how it might work out good luck :)
  22. Re: When to remove do Spring removal of extra fall honey

    IF I had any left over fall honey I usually take it off the hives before the major honey flow ...never wanted to mix my fall with my spring honey but that's just my opinion
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    Re: Nucs/swarm boxes

    Good job on the boxes buuut the real deal is when you have them full with bees then the fun starts :)
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    Re: Temperatures for inspecting hives

    Like Merl I rely on the bees if only some are flying I wait a bit but if there are tons flying I'm in
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    Re: Multi-Laying Queens

    I've had one this spring but she came back around after about 3weeks still can't figure out how or why she started laying multiple eggs glad she pulled through good luck with your queens
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