- Hi guys
just moved to New Oreans, an i'm looking for a new honey
contaction, i know thats sounds bad, i make mead an my honey stock
is all most gone, any one in the area please e-mail me at
wolflord200069@... an Thanks for all the good info,hoping to
start keeping some bees soon .
AKA :Tommaso (SCA)
- what is the general opinion about feeding pollen in
the early season? I usually start sugar water in early
march, but never fed pollen before.
Matthew Pollard "Racing with the wind and flirting with death
Dept. Of Chemistry So have a cup of coffee and catch your breath"
University of Idaho
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- I usually feed em pollen substitute in Feburary. Sometimes they eat it,
sometimes not. Tried making patties and just dry powder. Noticed that when
they're in the cow feed thoughs eating cowfeed the pollen substitute that I
put in the hives gets gobbled up pretty quick. I think that the Red Maple
buds have a big bearing on how hungry they are this time of year in North
Carolina. Course your results may vary at different latitudes. Spring
feedings like Spring planting, talk all ya want. We're really just making
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew" <mpteleski@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 12:38 PM
Subject: [beekeeping] feeding: pollen, sugar water, etc?
> what is the general opinion about feeding pollen in
> the early season? I usually start sugar water in early
> march, but never fed pollen before.
> Matthew Pollard "Racing with the wind and flirting with death
> Dept. Of Chemistry So have a cup of coffee and catch your breath"
> University of Idaho
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