Transporting Queen cells
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
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    Lycoming New York
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    Default Transporting Queen cells

    I have had bees for a while. But I have never bought queen cells. Now I have to transport them. I am also picking up some nucs. No problem with nucs. I need help with queen cells. Thanks for your time Tony

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  3. #2
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    Mar 2012
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    Abingdon, VA
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    Default Re: Transporting Queen cells

    Do you know how they'll be packaged from the seller? Normally the are placed in a cell protector and then the cells can be placed in blocks that are made to hold cells. Depending on the distance, time or year, temp, etc you would usually place bees in the carrier to keep them at the correct temp. Of course the bees need air, water, food (depending on how long they'll be in there). If you only transporting them for a very short while most of the above could be skipped.

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