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 on: Today at 08:54:14 PM 
Started by buzzbee - Last post by GSF
I'm regretfully afraid the only thing that's gonna cure our country is pain and hunger. Those will make a person rethink a lot of things.

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 on: Today at 08:49:08 PM 
Started by GSF - Last post by GSF
Kathy, I'm pretty sure my biggest problem is Hughes Net broad band satellite. In the evening after 4pm it's comparable to dial up. They told me I could upgrade to a faster version with a two year commitment. I told her that would make me suicidal if I got a two year commitment with them.

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 on: Today at 08:44:16 PM 
Started by GSF - Last post by GSF
I know them ol boys from Louisiana can easily top this story but it's a first for me. I did a cut out yesterday evening. I went over to an electrical plant. When the guy called me he said they had some bees on a cardboard box. Thinking it was a swarm I ask how long had they been there. They said a while and they had a couple inches of comb drawn. I'm still thinking swarm. They had left a card board box laying by the fence. It was probably 4' high, 3' long and 18" wide. It had been rained over a few times so the weight of it being wet made the box bend inwards and create a 45 degree angle on one side. Well some silly honey bees went right under the bend and made a hive. It was pretty much an open air hive on two sides. The comb was white so I'm sure they hadn't been there but a month or so. They had just go another rain so all I had to do was pull the white comb loose from the wet paper. Easy peasy. They were very low on stores. I saw some brood but not much food. They're eating fine now Smiley Back to 18.

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 on: Today at 08:33:08 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by iddee
Robber screens will keep them out of the hive, but they will still likely pick off a half dozen or so in the air. I've never known them to get enough to  damage a colony.

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 on: Today at 08:16:12 PM 
Started by sc-bee - Last post by sc-bee
Heisman Trophy winner and QB of the #1 Ranked team in the nation .... and at what length do you go to show your ignorance and maybe arrogance?

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 on: Today at 07:20:53 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by labradorfarms
Should I go back tonight and put robber screens on?Huh?

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 on: Today at 07:20:00 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by labradorfarms
Ok I was working my hive today and accidently set off some robbing.. I got that under control but before I left I noticed 2 or 3 hornets swooped in and carry away some Bees!!!!!!!!

What can I do?  Will robber screens help?Huh?

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 on: Today at 03:24:11 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by rober
do NOT put it near your hives. you'll likely start them robbing. set the wax on something that you can retrieve from like a piece of plywood at least 200 feet away from your hives.

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 on: Today at 02:43:26 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by rookie2531
I thought they would recycle it also, so after scraping bur comb, I put it on the inner cover. All they did was start attaching it to the cover and draw more off of it. And they did clean it though.

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 on: Today at 02:30:07 PM 
Started by labradorfarms - Last post by labradorfarms
Ok in that case im just gona render it. 20 miles back to my hives. lol
 I thought the left over wax might be eatn and save them making more....

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