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NS is right and i am playing with one of those right now. I havent seen them for sale in the US. I would use softer brushes, but thats just me. he is using plastic from what i cna tell
 

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pretty cool, efficient
 

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If I tried that with my bees I could post a real interesting follow up. :ws
 

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Seems a lil' rough on the bees to me, but I'm paranoid about hurting them. However, that trailer set up for the hives is pretty dang sweet.
 

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That bee remover is awesome..... And so is the trailer... I was actually thinking pretty hard about doing something like that.

So that I could have bees ready for almonds, without having to cart them down to warmer weather.
 

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I think that his bee removing brush could be a little softer. Other than that his set up is awesome. I might want to add air conditioning.
I agree completely with every thing he said!!!:D
 

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notice they dont show him getting the heck knocked outta him by the bees? they cut and move the filming...LOL....i know he's prolly use to it, but unless i had softer brushes i wouldnt do that to them for sure!
 
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