Ive been hearing how good Bee Weavers Queens are. The question I have is what about some AHB genetics in these queens? Im not trying to start a fight here I just want to know if folks know if some of these queens will carry the AHB traits. My bees are not the friendliest around anyway. As of right now there is suppsodely no AHB genetics here in NW Arkansas, but im not too sure about that. Ive caught some swarms and then later them bees turned out to be hotter than I want. But My bees are small cell bees that I havent treated in a few years. I dont even have screened bottom boards. Im not going to treat. These Bee Weaver Bees that Ive read about sound about the same quality as the ones I have already for the most part. There is AHB positive Locations not too far away from me to the west and south. I really think that AHB traits are already here its just not been documented yet. I think their traits are just watered down to the point that they are not too bad. Ive had a couple hives that got so bad that I really should have probably sent samples of them off. When you get in your truck with the window down and your suit still on after stirring them up good. and you are over a 1/4 mile away and they are still at your truck window and still trying to get all over your face Id say they are a little too hot for me. Id like to try some Bee Weaver queens, but I dont want to bring the AHB genetics here if i can keep from it. My bees are more gentle now that I have kept weeding the bad ones out, but you know if the Bee Weavers carry some of the AHB genetics and I cross them into what I have I think I would get some real good bees. I mean real good, but I think some of them could crop out a tad mean in a couple generations. Im not trying to start a fight I just want to know some facts about the possibility of that happening. Im interested in their bees, but when crossed with my bees I might get something i dont want is my concern. Talk to me I want to know facts and oppinions on this.