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Well today was a first. I knocked a deep box off onto the ground and well it gave me a quick way to do an inspection of the full box :eek: Just hope the queen didn't get smashed in the mess. It had been a month or so since I had been into that box so everything was stuck together nicely.

Bees flew up in the air and i picked everything up and stacked it all back together. Good thing it was right at the end of the inspection on that hive. They weren't to upset with me so that was a good thing. Now I know where NOT to set my boxes while I am working the bottom boxes.
 

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I had almost the same first a couple weeks back. I was trying to get the grass cut down in my bee yard before dark and knocked over one of my stands and an entire hive went tumbling over. A single deep and three supers. I put the hive back together and left it alone for a couple days. Surprisingly they are still going strong and didn't miss a beat.
 
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