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New Bee
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Location: South West coast of Florida

« on: February 10, 2010, 11:30:26 AM »

Just a note to say hello to everyone, as a new member I want to say thanks for the web site and all the great information. I started about a year ago with a bee removal from a bird house that had a nice hive & about five pounds of honey. Now I have several friends getting into backyard beekeeping. Yesterday while working on a trap out in a block wall a tree service called me with a cut down tree problem.

 I grabbed my ROBO Bee vacuum and went to work. This is my third version of a bee vacuum and it sure works great. This was a large hive in a six foot section of tree. Robo’s design did better than any other vacuum with losses of about fifty to sixty bees .  Lots of honey for the tree trimmers, nice big hive for me with only multiple stings to sore middle finger. Thanks again ROBO.
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Location: Bloomfield, Essex County, New Jersey

« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2010, 01:41:47 PM »

Great job! keep it up...!
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