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 on: Today at 08:57:33 PM 
Started by snowmix - Last post by snowmix
When is the deadline I should use to decide when to buy a queen.

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 on: Today at 08:47:46 PM 
Started by Dallasbeek - Last post by Grandpa Jim
Here is a student that did a study, getting stung and ranking the pain... sting pain study

Got stung 2 times on the nostril this week.  It was painful and it was like pulling the flush handle on the sinuses for about 10 minutes....but did not swell at all.  Not ready to try ALL the other places......Jim 

 on: Today at 08:05:48 PM 
Started by pugbee - Last post by Joe D
I would agree with Mike and Farmer, feed as long as they take it or start putting it up in the comb.  Down here I have never had to feed pollen, but I am not near you.  Send Kathy a pm she lots closer to you.  Good luck


 on: Today at 07:56:20 PM 
Started by Dallasbeek - Last post by Joe D
Gary, Sunday afternoon one got me on the scalp line right side.  My right eye is back to normal today.  I think it maybe like  Sant Caras said, I have gotten stung three times already this year and all were good ones.  Got one today on the thumb, it is swelling now.  I should have known better anyway.  I was opening their entrance, had on a jacket, no smoke, when the entrance got bigger so did the amount of bees coming out and they didn't seem that happy.


 on: Today at 07:51:08 PM 
Started by rober - Last post by iddee
She will be killed if there are queen cells in the hive. I would either make a nuc with her, or remove the cells.

 on: Today at 07:48:14 PM 
Started by rober - Last post by iddee
I check 7 days after installing a new queen. If not requeening italians with a russian queen, I would release her if they had not done so. When installing a russian queen I wait10 days to release her.

 on: Today at 07:30:08 PM 
Started by rober - Last post by rober
I snuffed the queens 24 hours before installing the new queens. I did not find any queen cells at that time. as I said the queens have been in the hives exactly one week today. the new queen is still caged. should I release her? the hive seems to be fine with her being there.

 on: Today at 07:29:57 PM 
Started by Dallasbeek - Last post by Dallasbeek
Great stuff.  10framer, there may be a lot to that.  The bee that hit me last night came out of nowhere -- hit hard with no buzzing around.

Flyboy, I understand about chi.  My wife and I have practiced t'ai chi for 8 years, the last six months with a master from Taiwan who heads Cheng Ming USA. Before, we had an American teacher.  Now our teacher explains how chi is affected by our doing the form and we are learning much more.

 on: Today at 07:22:33 PM 
Started by rober - Last post by kathyp
were the queen cells started before you put the new queen in?

as for the ones not showing eggs yet, one week may not be enough.  give them a few more days.  are you good at seeing eggs?  if you are not sure, take pictures and then look on your computer.  they are easier to see that way.

edit:  when did you pinch the old queens?  how long did you leave them queenless?

 on: Today at 05:54:51 PM 
Started by rober - Last post by hjon71
As soon as everyone is getting along(no biting/balling), you should be golden.

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