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  1. Bee Forum
    Hello. Appeal to America beekeepers for help to restore my apiary. I have added the record on this issue a few weeks ago, but posts were removed. It is certainly understandable that were removed in order to prevent fraud. My Son talked about it with the moderators of the forum and they promised...
  2. Diseases and Pests
    Here's a couple of shots of some wax moth damaged comb. Will the bees clean the frass and webbing up and out of the tunnels? Thanks, Ed
  3. Bee Forum
    So I left for a new job in Utah and two days later I get a call and my dad sends me a few pictures. Apparently some sort of creature, most likely a bear got into the hive. Luckily it was only one hive. For now we've frozen the comb that is damaged and plan on trying to put that into some...
  4. Diseases and Pests
    Hi folks, My first year keeping bees with one hive. SHB got to our hive and we have had a very difficult time with them. I think we added too many honey supers for the bees and allowed our hive to get too large this spring while the colony was still relatively small. SHB got to the stage of...
  5. Photo/Video Gallery
    Two hives were weakened by mosquito spraying and the small hive beetles, wax moths and ants finished the job. Notice the small crawling larva and oily appearance! This hive had about 5 gallons of honey when destroyed. http://americasbeekeeper.com/Moth%20Damage_04.jpg
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