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Hi,
Beesource has popped up on a couple Google searches for different techniques on queen rearing. I figured it would be worth signing up and having a look around. I noticed it's mainly Northern Hemisphere folk, but bees are bees, they don't even fly upside down here. ;)

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Welcome.
We depend on the other half of the world for summer bee stories all winter long.
 

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Welcome I don't know what level of queen rearing you are doing or contemplating. Consider Michael Palmers material here and you tube videos. Should be true anywhere. How does a beekeeper stay alive with all of the most poisonous snakes in the world undoubtedly in the shade under their hives?
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome and the link.
No snakes sitting under the hives, they love full sun. We do have a few guard spider that like to hang out under the hives.
At least there's no bear knocking over hives and raccoons trying to get into my nucs.
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