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Nice video- well done.

I imagine that as cutouts go, you couldn't have asked for a better situation being able to easily get to them from the back-side like that.

Congratulations- I hope they prove to be a really productive colony for you.
 

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Nice video- well done.

I imagine that as cutouts go, you couldn't have asked for a better situation being able to easily get to them from the back-side like that.

Congratulations- I hope they prove to be a really productive colony for you.
Thanks, yeah right, perfect conditions, had a screen to keep them from flying away, fan to stay cool. They were super gentle,. came from the neighbors across the street I think, only got stung once, when I removed the bee vac top.
 

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Certainly sounds like a great one to 'get your feet wet'.

Thanks again for the video post- good work.
 

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Did have any issues with the bees not using the rubber banded comb after the cut-out? Since you rotated it 90 degrees the orientation of the comb would have been different from how they had built it...
 
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