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Any Northern queens available for mid June?

Prefer something that is mostly Russian.
 

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I'm going to continue my search, but so far I haven't found anything.

I think March would have been a good time to look for June queens.
 

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Charles Andros, Linden Apiaries, Walpole NH - 603-756-9056.
clipped and white-marked, hygienic, winter-hardy, gentle, mated New World Carniolan x Italian queen bees
He'll ship.
 

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Just want to point this out,...Charles Andros queens are often from Calif. breeders, although he is expecting to get some from a NY State breeder sometime soon. Best to ask him beforehand just where his queens are from. Charley is a good guy to deal with, though, and always has lots of interesting info to share about the business of beekeeping. ;)
 

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Are you looking for North east queens? or just northern queens?

Northeast would be a big plus, and mostly Russian...

I may move some brood from my Charlie Harper queens into non-Russian splits next month. The farm where I keep some bees may have some feral bees around.



Thanks for the suggestions.
 

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Mike's queens (Bjorn Apiaries) are by far the best I've purchased in years. I've bought from him on two occasions. I requeened with them a couple of years ago and I'm totally satisfied.
 

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Any Northern queens available for mid June?
Prefer something that is mostly Russian.
I should have a batch or two of Russian queens at 21 days in laying by mid June. The queens are pure Russian, but open mated. PM me if interested or need further details.
 
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