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  1. Marketing Forum
    Hello I was curious if anyone had any information on this. My understanding from reading a recent article on motherjones is that it is possible on a state by state basis? article I am referencing...
  2. Equipment/Hardware
    I`m a carpenter with a love of bee keeping, hope you dont mind me sharing my bee hive http://tidd.ly/43e23e6c which is listed on etsy, am looking at making new other designs so would love to see pics from you guys of hives you own and ones that you like. Also this is a newish venture, so would...
  3. Bee Forum
    With 3 swarms in 4 days and running out of equipment, it all went a bit crazy. Question 1: What is the best thing to do with swarm cells? I read a BBKA (UK) article recently where after an artificial swarm, the writer was OK with leaving all emergency/swarm cells in the hive and not to bother...
  4. For Sale
    5 frame nucs for sale to pick up in southeast Georgia Queens tested and laying in the nuc for 45 days Available for pick up mid-April Spring mated Queens are Italian x Carniolan crosses No equipment exchange; nuc will be in cardboard nuc box ready for pick up Frames are good or new condition...
  5. Photo/Video Gallery
    Ain't that the darnedest thang. They seem to be copacetic and frames loaded with brand new eggs. No drones and no evidence of queen cells. And my girls tend not to tear them down as people always say. #SoFLA Rules apply. Yes we have some drones this time of year.
  6. Top Bar & Horizontal Hive Forum
    Hey guys i'm up in Ontario, noticed the bees bringing in two different types of pollen today. Seems like the queen has a lot of eggs and larvae on the go! When I inspected the hive a week ago I noticed a small cluster of eggs around about 40 capped worker cells on a couple bars, so they have...
  7. Bee Forum
    Ran across this. :digging: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/03/130314110609.htm http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/03/130314085103.htm
  8. Diseases and Pests
    Lots of people ask me how to feed drugs. This is how we do it. Beekeepers know what Im talking about - this is how we keep the bees healthy and prevent against AFB and EFB and other infectious viruses and bacteria from harming the Queen or otherwise damaging brood inside the hive. Mixing up a...
  9. Bee Forum
    It was reported yesterday that AHB were found in Georgia. What will that mean to the Queen and Package industry in Georgia? Johnny
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