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New Bee
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« on: July 21, 2007, 01:32:10 AM »

Hello, my name is Bob, I have just started keeping bees this year, I have set up three hives from packaged bees I lost two of them due to a cold snap the day after I hived them, but was able to get more bees a few weeks later, all three are doing good, the original hive that made it through the cold is doing the best, it has been alot of fun so far, and I hope to learn alot from this website, I have been feeding all three hives continuously with 1:1 sugar water and they have kept building combs, one has 2 deep and 1 med filled and the other two have two deep and will receive 1 med each this weekend.
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« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2007, 07:50:57 AM »

Welcome to the board, there is a wealth of backgrounds and experiece on here. One of the first things you will hear is to stop feeding them. most are of the opinion that they do better on there own.

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« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2007, 04:05:13 PM »

Sure sounds to me you are speeding along nicely!!!!! Good Job and Welcome Aboard the forums Smiley

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« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2007, 01:14:33 PM »

I've taken the feeders off all three hives and it seems like they are not building as fast as before I took them off I will wait a couple weeks and see what happens. I also propped up the outer cover for ventilation and as a top entrance/exit.
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« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2007, 07:12:39 PM »

Just wanted to say hello and give you a list of fellow beekeepers in your state.
OH Ohio  (38)
   BlueEggFarmer: Columbia Station, Ohio
   kilowatts: cincinnati, Ohio
   riley0853: central ohio
   scootercox_2000: eastliverpool ohio
   dsj21: Urbana Ohio
   Stinger: Northwest Ohio
   Bupalos: NE Ohio
   janni: Ohio
   shu9265: Cleaveland, Ohio
   Beandoggle: Ohio
   beandoggle66: Zanesville, Ohio
   dr_wag: Meigs County, Ohio
   SignQueen: Cincinnati, Ohio
   JoshK: Lorain County, OH
   incaaztec: New Philadelphia, Ohio
   MAG: Canton, OHIO
   ScottT: Bowling Green, Ohio
   FrogPond: Hocking County, Ohio
   Daddy-T: Eastern Ohio
   spoggy: Ohio
   budhanes: Westerville, Ohio
   MikeG_Ohio: Canton, Ohio; USA
   atthelake22: Chesapeake, Ohio
   wahoofan: NE Ohio
   Bees: Ohio
   rayb: cincinnati, oh
   nepenthes: Ohio USA
   shado_knight: N. Olmsted, Ohio Cortland, Ohio 44410
   Anne Onimous: NE Ohio
   pgwilms: westerville ohio
   beekeeperookie: Newark, Ohio
   MarkZ: Ohio USA
   shawnwri: southern Ohio
   organicgrl37: East side of Cleveland, Ohio
   tamsoycandles: Dayton, OH -ish
   Radioactive: Circleville, Ohio
   BAStallard: South Hopewell, Ohio


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