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  1. Bee Forum
    I have a few supers with good amounts of honey, but bees are just not capping it. I have queen excluders on all hives at this point. Should I take the excluders off so the rest of the bees will work up and add to the capping force?
  2. Beekeeping 101
    A week ago I checked the hive and my honey frames are about 40-50% capped. Checked again today and not much more progress, but more frames filling up with uncapped honey. When should I expect to harvest? Seems to be getting late in the season, but honestly, I wouldn't know as this is my first...
  3. Everything Honey
    My last inspection showed my super is almost ready to extract (1st time I'll get honey!) My worry is that the frames are not completely capped (maybe 80%) of I keep waiting til they're 100% or is it ok to extract now? (Need to rent equipment so need a bit of lead time to prepare)...
  4. Top Bar & Horizontal Hive Forum
    Hi all, I have a few videos of my TBH if your interested in taking a look please visit or take a look at Thanks Have a great day!! Luke
  5. Beekeeping 101
    My main question I suppose is: HOW DO I DO IT WITHOUT A CENTRIFUGE? I should add that I am a rising beek with knowledge, but not the budget. All I will have are the basic tools of the hive, and some household items. If possible, what methods are there? (Lots of input and explanation is...
  6. Bee Forum
    I pulled my honey supers back in August and put them in the basement, in their boxes, just stacked, open on top. I pulled them out last night and found that 90% of the frames (of capped honey) had a dusting of what must be mold on them. It's not fuzzy looking, more like a calcification. Anyways...
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