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 on: April 24, 2014, 06:32:47 PM 
Started by sc-bee - Last post by sc-bee
he's an idiot.

Yeas I knew you loved him kathy grin I feel the same way. And Victor I guess they will stuff him and stand him in the corner if he ever dies. That will be after they have his ghost re-appear for ten years Wink

 32 
 on: April 24, 2014, 05:50:21 PM 
Started by sc-bee - Last post by kathyp
he's an idiot.

the Y&R is still on??  i used to watch that when i worked nights and got up around 11 for breakfast, or what ever it was.  that was...30 years ago!  would have thought victor was dead  grin

 33 
 on: April 24, 2014, 05:48:15 PM 
Started by beemaster - Last post by jayj200
can you say adjenda 21?

 34 
 on: April 24, 2014, 05:39:45 PM 
Started by beemaster - Last post by jayj200
they are afraid of the dark!

 35 
 on: April 24, 2014, 04:24:27 PM 
Started by sc-bee - Last post by flyboy
sc-bee,

Any link?

 36 
 on: April 24, 2014, 04:12:05 PM 
Started by Spear - Last post by sc-bee
Looks like the queen was not quite ready ... but they are. If not already gone. I have seen a return with a clipped queen but not a return with a normal queen. Just my experience I am sure others have seen it.

 37 
 on: April 24, 2014, 03:53:13 PM 
Started by Intheswamp - Last post by Redbug
Yup...sneak in and grab them by the tail and you got him! They don't bite and can only scratch just a little bit. Carry them around upside down by the tail or just cradle him in your arms like a baby. They are helpless really.

Hey Sawdust...I used to live near you...Waycross. Loved it.

 38 
 on: April 24, 2014, 03:23:27 PM 
Started by ugcheleuce - Last post by danno
swarms will more often then not pick a trap or nest site in the shade

 39 
 on: April 24, 2014, 03:16:31 PM 
Started by Joe Burns - Last post by drlonzo
Bigger chance is at this point the queens have been released.  Hope they haven't though, makes it easier in a way.  If they have been released, the bees that have bonded with the queen should be able to defend her as well.  If they have not then just follow instruction, smallest entrance possible, and dump half the bees back in.  Just make sure that if the queen that isn't lonely has been released that you DON'T put her into the hive with the lonely queen, that would be bad.  Next if she has been released you will need to find her in the hive to make sure she doesn't get dumped and put her frame aside while you are doing this.

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 on: April 24, 2014, 03:11:13 PM 
Started by Spear - Last post by Spear
Now this (for me) really strange: Took a peek a the suspected laying worker hive to see if the new queen I gave them was ok. Didn't find her but did find some capped brood - worker - and a few queen cells. There was also a fare amount of drone brood still and what looked like more than 1 lava in a few cells. I'm hoping that this a sign that the problem is a drone laying queen and the girls have taken matters into their claws and will have it fixed before to long.

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