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  1. Project "Fort Knox" - system of selection and guarantees in TF beekeeping

    Hallo Everyone,
    We have recently made public our selection Project "Fort Knox" webpage.

    "Fort Knox" is the project organized by amateur beekeepers from Poland. For now it's quite a small one i...
  2. Re: Bee Brotherhood - treatment free in Poland

    Thanks,
    I will try to give some information how we are doing from time to time. :-)
  3. Bee Brotherhood - treatment free in Poland

    Hi there,
    I'm just posting here to let You know about a beekeeping group in Poland that tries to be treatment free - "Bee Brotherhood". Here is the link to the webpage in English:...
  4. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    ...Yea... we made some for the gifts too :)
  5. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    to tell the truth we haven't thought about that. They were made for association members....
  6. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    thank You




    it's Charles Darwin. Maybe You can't see that on the film, but he has beard out of comb and bees ;)



    yes, that is true, however that was not that great challange. only about...
  7. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    and there is one more (last of the recorded speaches that we have consent to publish):

    Andre Wermelinger's speach (German): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCh-gIYVnNY
  8. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    hallo to everyone,
    as bonluk linked - we have published the films from Austria.

    Squarepeg, not every speach is in German (if there is anyone that would help is in translating German speaking...
  9. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    I would also add to what Iharder has written, that if You have a mating station with "promissing" genetic material, and if You live close together and You have some potential in one location, then......
  10. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    not yet, but they will be. We have about 70 - 80% of presentations recorded, but still doing some rendering. I will post a link here when we will publish them (couple of days to - I hope - max a...
  11. Re: European treatment free beekeeping conference in Austria infos and results

    Juhani, thank You for that words under my adress and adress of our association Free Bees (http://wolnepszczoly.org/about-us/). As soon as I have some time I will start to write some information about...
  12. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Hi Sibylle (and others)

    I thought the idea of this thread is to follow Your apiary's journal, and in the meanwhile discuss the beekeeping issues that come up while You put some information that...
  13. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Meaning You have no idea about what to do, so making it personal insult? ;)
  14. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Yes, I have no idea. Luckily You could show me what I should do for my bees to live off treatments. I'm all ears waiting for Your enlightened advice ;)
  15. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    In most of my hives I have forrest cover on the bottoms (like the bees would have in natural habitats like tree hollows) - it was the idea of Phil Chandler from UK. So I don't care for wax debris at...
  16. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    ok. so now we pick on language issues on the one that doesn't have English as his mother tongue ;)

    What I meant (if I happen to miss what I wanted to say) was:
    1. my bees are as good or better on...
  17. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    exactly :)
  18. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Very funny Oltimer ;)

    Tell me rather:
    - how many of these thousands of hives have You had (observed?) with top entrances only? (were there any like that?)
    - do You use excluder keeping the bees...
  19. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    In my opinion that is different problem. It is because You give them first deep box, and if necessary You give super when they are already settled in the deep (is it a case like that? I'm just...
  20. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Yes I do ;)




    Are You sure that it would be their choice for 100%?

    My friends always quarreled that "if bees had a choice" they would choose big hives like langstroth or dadant. And once a...
  21. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Thanks for the link Bernhard. I'll watch it.

    What I've heard about insects in Germany is somehow similar to what You say. We don't have perfect conditions, but I think it's better here in Poland....
  22. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Well, I don't see that "symbiosis" in most bees-beekeeper relationships.
    I'm not saying it about what is happening here on this tf forum. I mean general. I follow different forums, I read articles...
  23. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    I don't know how You see animals.
    I don't look at them as "producers" of what we need (honey in case of bees). They have their instincts and the less we manipulate, and the more choice we leave them...
  24. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    ok :)
    I understand more now.

    But still they should know where to cluster. I have upper entrances, and the heat goes out of the hive. They should know where they have empty cells and capped honey,...
  25. Re: Treatment free at all costs - the chronicle of a beekeeper from South Germany

    Yes, our domesticated bees can't handle many things - they can't handle varroa too. What I'm trying to do is to bring back their instincts by natural selection, and minimum management. If that meas...
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