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  1. For Sale
    I have a lot of ponderosa pine lumber stockpiled. A good amount (3,000BF) is finished on both sides to 3/4" thickness, but needs to be edged on both sides. All are wide enough to make deep boxes. Also have some rough lumber (1" nominal), about 2,000BF that needs to be planed and edged...
  2. Wanting to Buy
    I am looking for standard-size deep honey suppers with drawn comb Located in California Truck load quantities ; or less considered, if located reasonably close to Central California [email protected]
  3. Beekeeping 101
    New to beekeeping and deciding on equipment lots of choices and valued opinions. I live in upstate NY zone 5b. I have on order 3 overwintered nucs from Vermont which are deeps. My main question, is it smarter to add them all to there hive bodies or to keep one a nuc and use it to help build...
  4. Bee Forum
    Hello, I am new to bee keeping and I have a question. I started out with a 8 frame foundationless deep brood box which the bees pulled very nicely. When they pulled about 6.5 frames, I added a 8 frame foundation medium brood box. The medium box has been on the hive for about 10 days and the...
  5. Beekeeping 101
    Hello from south central Indiana. I've read posts about this topic, but am looking for some experiences others have had trying this method. I have enough drawn comb to fill two deep hive bodies. I installed a package of bees and gave them three frames of honey/pollen to start them off. Since...
  6. Beekeeping 101
    I wintered over two hives each with a deep and a super on top. At the beginning of the winter, the super was full of honey with the deep below containing the brood. When in began checking on them this spring, both had already started using the comb in the supers mostly cleared of honey for...
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