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I hadn't planned on beekeeping this year and I don't have any gear or hives or anything. I tried beekeeping a few years ago and I enjoyed it, but I got rid of my stuff when we had a new baby. Now the wife and kids want to try it again.

The local fellow whom I bought my stuff from the first time around is sold out, and so are all the other locals he knows.

Can you guys please point me to an online vendor, or perhaps a local North Georgian apiary who hass nucs or bee packages for sale? If you have any good starter kit recommendations, I'd love to hear them as well!
 

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I went to Elrods, they were awesome, thanks! They have whole beginner hive sets with a complete hive, some accessories, and a 5 frame Italian bee nuc for 200.00. The nucs are going to be in mid-April and they have less than 10 left as I write this.
 

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That is called just in time management! Now do some serious reading in the 101 section on old threads on introduction to harvesting. Best of Luck.
 

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Glad they were able to help you. I thought they still had a few nucs left. They are awesome to work with. I went by there today, myself!
I am waiting for 2 nucs to get there to add to what i have. :thumbsup:
 
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