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Is this a deal or should I wait?

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Here is the full list that he emailed me: I have several Bottom board, Top Board, Queen excluders, Top feeders (two styles), Extractor, electric capping knife,
ncushouldknow
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3:26 PM

Extracting honey

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It is hardly folklore. It is fact. Look at where the bees came from, Europe and Africa. The most southern bees are the Africans, which are a yellow bee. As
mdudley
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Aug 30

Package Bees

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That is correct. It is more difficult than one might think, especially working in woods. You can find feral hives by beelining, and as often non feral hives.
mdudley
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Aug 30

Too Shady?

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I am from Knoxville as well. I moved to Loudon 1 1/2 years ago from West Knoxville. This is a great area for beekeeping because almost no one uses any
mdudley
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Aug 20

Timing

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You might check out XenTari. XenTari is a BT strain that organic gardeners use to handle various moths. XenTari is not labeled for use in the USA for wax moths
Jack Berry
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Aug 10

Hive Inspection Question

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Thanks! My husband went in while I watched via facetime from work (gotta love modern technology!) He went in without even smoking them! They are very, very
clbsgirls
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Aug 9

Re: Timing

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For some reason, maybe ‘slumgum, the idea of a ‘solar melter’ in the manner I see so much. being, also a soap maker, I stole a few techniques, including
karon
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Aug 8
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