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  • Aziz Qarni
    Hello every one We are planing to start a project to study the local honeybee race Apis mellifera jemenitica through breeding and selection program, and we ll
    Message 1 of 7 , May 17, 2008
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      Hello every one
      We are planing to start a project to study the local honeybee race Apis mellifera jemenitica through breeding and selection program, and we'll be in need of a specialist in instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. So, if you know someone from any country, with PhD or MSc in Entomology or Biology with excellent ability and experience in inseminating queenbees.
      your help will be highly appreciated. Detailed offer will be available upon c.v. review (salary will not be less thsan $3000).

      Thank you v much
      Aziz qarni
      College of Food and Agricultural siences
      Bee research unit
      King Saud University
      Riyadh Saudi Arabia



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    • eddy pena
      Hello Aziz, I am eduardo, I have been inseminating honeybee queensa in the past 3years now and my batting average is 90-100%, no joke. I have created my own
      Message 2 of 7 , May 18, 2008
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        Hello Aziz,

        I am eduardo, I have been inseminating honeybee queensa in the past 3years now and my batting average is 90-100%, no joke. I have created my own technique that i only loose a queen about 1 in 20. The thing is that i am an engineer not an entomologist. I have crossbred italians to russians and minnessota hygienics to smr and so on. Although i have only a few colonies i have not let my queens fly to mate.

        I f you have other questions about ii a would be happy to help. right now i am in Abu Dhabi working as a. ROV Pilot tech for Fugro (Survey) middle East.

        Thanks,
        Eduardo Pena Jr.
        Aziz Qarni <binfahid@...> wrote:
        Hello every one
        We are planing to start a project to study the local honeybee race Apis mellifera jemenitica through breeding and selection program, and we'll be in need of a specialist in instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. So, if you know someone from any country, with PhD or MSc in Entomology or Biology with excellent ability and experience in inseminating queenbees.
        your help will be highly appreciated. Detailed offer will be available upon c.v. review (salary will not be less thsan $3000).

        Thank you v much
        Aziz qarni
        College of Food and Agricultural siences
        Bee research unit
        King Saud University
        Riyadh Saudi Arabia

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      • Aziz Qarni
        Thank you for your email. Where did you make your ii work? and where did you get your training on ii? How long does it take to trust your self in queen
        Message 3 of 7 , May 18, 2008
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          Thank you for your email. Where did you make your ii work? and where did you get your training on ii? How long does it take to trust your self in queen insemination?

          Thank you

          eddy pena <eddy_pena1@...> wrote:
          Hello Aziz,

          I am eduardo, I have been inseminating honeybee queensa in the past 3years now and my batting average is 90-100%, no joke. I have created my own technique that i only loose a queen about 1 in 20. The thing is that i am an engineer not an entomologist. I have crossbred italians to russians and minnessota hygienics to smr and so on. Although i have only a few colonies i have not let my queens fly to mate.

          I f you have other questions about ii a would be happy to help. right now i am in Abu Dhabi working as a. ROV Pilot tech for Fugro (Survey) middle East.

          Thanks,
          Eduardo Pena Jr.
          Aziz Qarni <binfahid@...> wrote:
          Hello every one
          We are planing to start a project to study the local honeybee race Apis mellifera jemenitica through breeding and selection program, and we'll be in need of a specialist in instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. So, if you know someone from any country, with PhD or MSc in Entomology or Biology with excellent ability and experience in inseminating queenbees.
          your help will be highly appreciated. Detailed offer will be available upon c.v. review (salary will not be less thsan $3000).

          Thank you v much
          Aziz qarni
          College of Food and Agricultural siences
          Bee research unit
          King Saud University
          Riyadh Saudi Arabia

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        • eddy pena
          Hello Aziz, I did not train formally. I got my equipment from Susan Cobey and then she recommended that i visit a guy from a place here in the philippines who
          Message 4 of 7 , May 18, 2008
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            Hello Aziz,

            I did not train formally. I got my equipment from Susan Cobey and then she recommended that i visit a guy from a place here in the philippines who took her course in ii. When i visited the guy he just showed me for about 10 minutes how to ii using water as the semen. After that i went back to to my place and started ii myself with my bees. I am a man with lots of confidence in myself whenever i do things so on my first ii, 6 out of 10 laid, On my 2nd batch 18 out of 20 laid and on my third 3 out of 5 laid, on my 4th and so on i am getting an average of 90-100% laying. I only lost a queen recently because i forgot to place an excluder at the entrace of the nuc. I trust myself good when it comes to ii.

            If you have other questions just email me.


            "til next email,
            Eduardo Pena Jr.

            Aziz Qarni <binfahid@...> wrote:
            Thank you for your email. Where did you make your ii work? and where did you get your training on ii? How long does it take to trust your self in queen insemination?

            Thank you

            eddy pena <eddy_pena1@...> wrote:
            Hello Aziz,

            I am eduardo, I have been inseminating honeybee queensa in the past 3years now and my batting average is 90-100%, no joke. I have created my own technique that i only loose a queen about 1 in 20. The thing is that i am an engineer not an entomologist. I have crossbred italians to russians and minnessota hygienics to smr and so on. Although i have only a few colonies i have not let my queens fly to mate.

            I f you have other questions about ii a would be happy to help. right now i am in Abu Dhabi working as a. ROV Pilot tech for Fugro (Survey) middle East.

            Thanks,
            Eduardo Pena Jr.
            Aziz Qarni <binfahid@...> wrote:
            Hello every one
            We are planing to start a project to study the local honeybee race Apis mellifera jemenitica through breeding and selection program, and we'll be in need of a specialist in instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. So, if you know someone from any country, with PhD or MSc in Entomology or Biology with excellent ability and experience in inseminating queenbees.
            your help will be highly appreciated. Detailed offer will be available upon c.v. review (salary will not be less thsan $3000).

            Thank you v much
            Aziz qarni
            College of Food and Agricultural siences
            Bee research unit
            King Saud University
            Riyadh Saudi Arabia

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          • Dave Cushman
            Hi Aziz ... You have severely limited yourself, by specifying an entomologist, the majority of II practitioners are just dedicated beekeepers, who have no
            Message 5 of 7 , May 19, 2008
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              Hi Aziz

              > Thank you for your email. Where did you make your ii work? and where did you get your training on ii? How long does it take to trust your self in queen insemination?

              You have severely limited yourself, by specifying an entomologist, the
              majority of II practitioners are just dedicated beekeepers, who have no
              formal qualifications or formal training, a few attend courses, but the
              majority of us learn from each other in informal gatherings of
              like-minded individuals.

              There is a great deal of skill and knowledge that exists outside of the
              formal academic system.

              You specify a salary of 3,000 USD, but do not specify if that is per
              week, month or what period.


              Regards & Best 73s, Dave Cushman, G8MZY
              http://www.dave-cushman.net (http://website.lineone.net/~dave.cushman)
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            • Aziz Qarni
              I m still recieving cv s for the position and I need more time to evaluate them. More detailes will be posted next week. Thanks for all A. Alqarni [Non-text
              Message 6 of 7 , May 22, 2008
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                I'm still recieving cv's for the position and I need more time to evaluate them. More detailes will be posted next week.

                Thanks for all

                A. Alqarni



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              • Aziz Qarni
                Hello every one,   Regarding the Researcher wanted email I posted previousely,  see the following: PhD degree in Entomology or Biology with research work
                Message 7 of 7 , Jun 1, 2008
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                  Hello every one,

                  Regarding the "Researcher�wanted" email I posted previousely, �see the following:
                  PhD degree in Entomology or Biology with research work in Honeybee Biology and Beekeeping is required. It is highly preferable to have the skill and experience of instrumental insemination of honeybee queens. The work will be under my supervision in the Bee Research Unit at King Saud University , college of food and agricultural sciences, Riyadh , Saudi Arabia .

                  Researcher will be required to design experiments, to conduct field research, and to publish in international journals. Beekeeping in the country is developing and a lot of research is needed in different directions. Other bees (A. florea , pollinator bees, �etc) are still untouched scientifically. The environment is challenging to these organisms and they struggle a lot to survive especially during summer season. However, other parts of the country (south west) are ideal to bees with rich and diverse vegetation.

                  If you or anyone you might know is interested, the offer will be as follows:

                  Monthly salary of SR 6000- 9000 (will be specified after c.v. reviewed)
                  Home Rent Allowance SR 25000 (annual) and SR 12500 (one time) for Furniture ($1.= SR 3.75 )
                  Medical
                  Yearly round trip ticket to home country

                  Please contact me directly at binfahid@...�or send your detailed c.v.

                  Thank you
                  Dr. A. Alqarni
                  Apiculturist
                  http://faculty.ksu.edu.sa/alqarni




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