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Hi, my name is Eric and I'm from close to Hot Springs Arkansas. I joined beesource a little over a year ago and thought I was going to start a hive then, but I think it was too late in the year and could not get a response from companies to buy bees from. Just installed our first nuc yesterday, Russians from Coy's.
 

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We ordered them back in January and pickup was Yesterday in Jonesboro. Coy's had some bad weather so their order's above 1 nuc had to be cut in half so we only got one. I was very pleased with the way they conduct business and the bees are doing great.
 

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you should join the greater hot springs beekeepers club. also. be on the lookout for another hive. you really need 2 in case you go queen less. don't overfeed, don't get robbed and try to get your bee to move up into your supers. good luck!
 

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you should join the greater hot springs beekeepers club. also. be on the lookout for another hive. you really need 2 in case you go queen less. don't overfeed, don't get robbed and try to get your bee to move up into your supers. good luck!
My wife and I are members, but Thursdays became impossible for the meetings.
 
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