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  1. Commercial Beekeeping
    There are plenty of barriers to entry whether you are talking about the business side of things or the down in the trenches fieldwork. From new diseases, new pesticides, a hostile environment, etc. Beekeeping is not for the faint of heart. whoops url comming soon :P
  2. Welcome Forum
    Hello, New to Bee Source and was hoping to find some answers from seasoned Beekeepers! Lost a hive over winter, did not seem to be a pest problem. We did get hit by the storm Goliath and it was brutal. The hive had several frames of capped honey and some uncapped. I crushed and strained the...
  3. Beekeeping 101
    While attending an educational day at an apiary yesterday, I noticed that most bees seem to offer no more attention to me than they did to my fellow beekeepers. However, there are always three or four bees who seem to attack my face with a serious attitude. I haven't encountered any stings on...
  4. Swarms, Trap-outs, and Cut-outs
    I'm not sure if this belongs in a different category, but since I smell it with my caught hive, I wonder if it has something to do with being caught or moved. So, here it goes: Late afternoon yesterday, I did my first cut-out. I'm very new at all off this and am pretty much flying by the seat...
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