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high rate of speed
Today 10:11 PM
 Forklft experiances 1 K
Gas sounds way better than desial and adding uriea to meet Cali specks. That's the way we are going. Small trucks and all. (75 views, 1 replies)
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jwcarlson
Today 10:06 PM
 German Bees? Help!
They look sick to me. (84 views, 5 replies)
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cerezha
Today 10:03 PM
 Buckwheat
You may find useful this link: http://www.honeybeesuite.co m/bees-in-the-buckwheat/ In particular: " Curt September 22, 2014 at 5:53 pm • Reply The variety of buckwheat you need is called... (809 views, 12 replies)
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Tenbears
Today 09:58 PM
 Removing Bees from Wall Cavity??
Being a playhouse it is probably 2X4 construction. Which means you are going to find a 18 to 24 inch space 3 1/2" deep the comb will probably be overlaid at an angle. When I work this type of cut... (42 views, 3 replies)
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high rate of speed
Today 09:50 PM
 Anybody Using the vmvaporizer to treat for mites?
Don't mean to sound like an owl.but for who? What commercial outfits? (601 views, 10 replies)
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jwcarlson
Today 09:45 PM
 I CAUGHT A SWARM!!!
Yes, well worth the investment. But since they decided to move in on their own, chances are they'll stay unless you bother them too much early on. Popping it open and adding brood is not too much... (158 views, 11 replies)
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Scpossum
Today 09:43 PM
 Queenless splits - what is best way to reintroduce to original hives?
I have combined back with newspaper. I do know a large beekeeper that just puts them on a strong hive. (35 views, 1 replies)
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Lburou
Today 09:40 PM
 My medium frame Ulster Observation Hive
Great job! :applause: Tuned in for the pictures..... :-) (3,021 views, 16 replies)
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rwurster
Today 09:40 PM
 Help!
Didn't you just start a thead where YOU didn't know the difference between a honeybee and a yellow jacket? :lpf: (282 views, 11 replies)
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Harley Craig
Today 09:24 PM
 Extraction during flow
Following I did the same thing stuck an empty on my strongest hive that was working on drawing out a super hoping to get it filled again so I can divy some up to some nucs late winter early spring. (25 views, 1 replies)
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snapper1d
Today 09:18 PM
 Can anyone identify what this is?
Its not going to harm your bees at all.I have used the BT you get at the feed stores and garden shops.It is Bt Kurstaki.Xentari is BT Awaizi.They both will take care of the same type larvae.The Bt... (487 views, 11 replies)
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Harley Craig
Today 09:17 PM
 Honey Dew From Oak Trees?
Mine are working something like crazy and it's not clover, haven't seen a bee one on my clover. Heck my extractor sat out for 2 days and the bees still never cleaned it up so I finally hosed it put... (461 views, 13 replies)
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DirtyLittleSecret
Today 09:16 PM
 Recommendations for extractor?
You sure won't regret going w Maxant. I struggled w the same decision a month or so ago. Went with the 1400. Figure I never need to go through that experience ever again. Max ant is awesome to work... (800 views, 22 replies)
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chickenbee
Today 09:14 PM
 Small Swarm
Thanks for the reply. This is only my second year. Lots to learn. I was not prepared for how fast these girls can build up! Hive was overcrowded. Shame on me for not paying better attention. Last... (107 views, 2 replies)
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Nabber86
Today 09:13 PM
 I AM LOOKING FOR AN EMPLOYER. I AM FROM PHILIPPINES. AND AN EXPERIENCED BEEKEEPER
pleez sends me some 20 million in a cashiers check to my Nigerian banquet account and I would luz to get you position in the imperial emassay Sincelyv ours, the president and... (59 views, 1 replies)
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Faith Apiaries
Today 09:10 PM
 Educate me on foundationless
Don't get too confident, they'll slow down on that soon enough. At least mine did. They draw brood comb really nicely because brood comb is only so deep...things will really get out of hand when... (1,172 views, 32 replies)
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tech.35058
Today 09:02 PM
 bee forage for dearth
Greetings to all. I am here to post the annual "help, its the dearth!" post. I am in North Alabama, plant hardiness zone 7a, ( avg winter lows 0-5 deg F), but the next couple of months I expect... (24 views, 0 replies)
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odfrank
Today 09:02 PM
 CO2 and putting bees to sleep (ahb)
Ammonium nitrate fertilizer - Get a few table spoons from a local wholesale nursery or farmer. Have a new caged queen, division screen and drone guard (entrance queen excluder) ready. Light the... (199 views, 5 replies)
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Chemguy
Today 09:00 PM
 How small might newly hatched queens be?
That's good to hear! The queens are new to me this year, came in nucs. I'm planning on growing them up this year, then doing some serious buildup, likely next year. (don't tell my wife) In the... (148 views, 10 replies)
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Harley Craig
Today 08:57 PM
 Getting stung from something.
Did posts get removed today? (737 views, 22 replies)