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  1. Bee Forum
    These are the supersedure cells, not swarm. It just seems like a waste to let all them duke it out to the death. What are your opinions on this?
  2. The Queen & Bee Breeding
    Hi, I want to see if this has happened to someone else and what they recommend doing at this point. Has anyone lost 2 queens in the same hive over a short period? If so, what did you do? Is it possible they are trying to replace her, or would they wait until the new queen is mated? Let me...
  3. The Queen & Bee Breeding
    Does anyone have any tricks for safely cutting out queen cells on foundation? I've tried a few times without success and am getting rid of foundation in all my hives but these were part of a nuc I bought recently. Thanks!
  4. Bee Forum
    Hi everyone. I've got a booming hive that wintered really well, and even after doing a split it's still cast a few swarms. I've captured two of them. The swarm from today had two queens in it - for now the ball is hanging tight and setting up shop in a spare nuc. But now I've got questions...
  5. Bee Forum
    http://todolisthome.com/track-bee-troubles-in-honey-bee-hive-b-supercedure/ I think I got a problem with Honey Bee Hive B but I could not be sure so I had to take a look inside to see if I had a good laying queen. This is the colony that I applied the formic acid strip to in early April to...
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