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 on: Today at 02:11:18 PM 
Started by sawdstmakr - Last post by Steel Tiger
 Interesting find. Perhaps not all bees follow the same life cycle. Maybe they develop for a specific job and if enough bees are already doing that job, they just hang around until there's an opening.

 on: Today at 02:02:18 PM 
Started by Steel Tiger - Last post by Steel Tiger
so how do they stop swarms crossing the border? or drones ?
Do they use patriot missiles or F16s?

 If they're illegals, they're amnesty.

 on: Today at 01:01:35 PM 
Started by Hotburn76 - Last post by divemaster1963
It depends on a couple of things if the difference between the. Thickness of the honey and the temps of the honey. Cooled honey will not mix as easy. When I make my verity jars I keep the honeys as cool as possible and layer them with the thickest on the bottom the tinner on top. Try to keep them below 85 degrees. And don't shake them up to much.


 on: Today at 12:48:49 PM 
Started by Steel Tiger - Last post by derekm
      I did look up the laws since this post the way it look to me Queens can only go one way Canada to the USA. Maybe I need to read some more to see if the is right or no and hives of bees either way.

                       BEE HAPPY Jim 134 Smiley
That's strange that a hive of bees can travel in either direction but a queen can only go one way. I guess that's the sort of thing that happens when government gets involved.

                 embarassed  I see I missed a word sorry no hives of bees can travel either way.

                             BEE HAPPY Jim 134 Smiley

so how do they stop swarms crossing the border? or drones ?
Do they use patriot missiles or F16s?

 on: Today at 12:32:24 PM 
Started by wayne - Last post by Hotburn76
That's a bummer!  This is my first year at this and the more I read post like this the more nervous I get for next spring.

 on: Today at 12:25:51 PM 
Started by sawdstmakr - Last post by Hotburn76
Thanks for the post! A good read.

 on: Today at 12:12:48 PM 
Started by sawdstmakr - Last post by OldMech
Excellent read.. TYVM!

 on: Today at 12:09:31 PM 
Started by Robbyb - Last post by OldMech
Lived for 17 years in Southern Maine near Summersworth NH.   It can be a tough climate, but you dont have the WIND we do out here on the plains..  following advice you read for the upper midwest to New England areas will stand you in good stead..  I miss the SNOW we had there compared to here..  seeing a hive COVERED/BURIED in snow was always a good thing because it insulates the hive from wind..   You have a fantastic area there!

 on: Today at 11:44:24 AM 
Started by Willow - Last post by Willow
Thanks for letting me join the forum. I am completely new to beekeeping an will be making two langstroth hives this winter in hopes to lure a swarm or two next spring so that gives me about 7 months to learn what i can. from what I've read so far i don't think i am going to have to go much further than this place.

 on: Today at 11:38:17 AM 
Started by wayne - Last post by sawdstmakr
Sorry to hear that Wayne. I feel your pain. I have lost a lot of hives this spring/summer.

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