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Author Topic: Why Your Bees Need a Beekeeping Beehive  (Read 807 times)
deanmontford
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« on: November 22, 2010, 06:29:35 AM »

a beekeeping hive is a man-made structure that serves as a home for the bees. Even though they are man-made, they serve the most natural purpose of protecting your bees from the environment.

The beekeeping hive is composed a bottom board on which the hive is set and settled safely in the ground or on a concrete floor; wooden frames and foundation which support the sheets of beeswax that are also used by the bees as a foundation for their straight combs; the hive body or a “super” is where bees raise brood and honey is collected for the bees own consumption; an inner and outer cover, the former insulates bees from dead air space and the latter serves as protection.

Other parts of the hive also include a smoker that helps calm bees and reduces their stinging impulses; a hive tool that helps separate supers and frames; the veils and gloves that form part of the protective gear against stinging, and lastly, the feeders where the syrup being fed to bees flows from. The Langstroth design, touted to be the easiest to use and maintain, also has a hive stand where the upper hive is set upon to prevent the hive from rotting and damage caused by frequent dampness. It also serves as the landing area for the bees.

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« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2010, 06:39:36 AM »

it sounds like the person that composed these three short paragraphs is not that familar with beekeeping.

I have never heard anyone call a smoker or hive tool a part of a beehive.
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« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2010, 06:49:26 AM »

Who is Lanny Davis?

And who is DeanMontFord?

Is Lanny a beekeeper? Where is he from? There is nothing on the site provided telling me about his qualifications, background, experiences, etc. The whole website sounds like the "Learn computer" guy where he will ship the first lesson free, then you get the others lessons at astronomical prices, and very hard to get out of any agreement.

Is DeanMontford actually Lanny Davis? If not, why are you promoting this?

The site is so basic in information, it just seems the main goal is to have people sign up. If the lessons and tips are free, why are they not just posted as part of an informative website with all the information posted for all to see?

And I love the "get tips most beekeepers will never know" stuff.

Anybody have any information on this site before anyone goes any further?
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« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2010, 07:59:46 AM »


Who is Lanny Davis?
Anybody have any information on this site before anyone goes any further?

I have an email I use too check things so I signed up
This seems to be no More than an advertisement to sell Bee Keeping books
I don't think its allowed here? is it ??
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 So I don't post links for him this is the end of the Letter after you sign up
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« Reply #4 on: November 22, 2010, 08:26:52 AM »

Lanny/Dean is gone.....

We seem to get one of these every few weeks.  I signed up for the FREE course just to see.  I got an email every day with some very basic info,  and of course,  a link to get the e-book.   Pure scam.........
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« Reply #5 on: November 22, 2010, 11:14:55 AM »

 I hear ya, I put the emails in the Spam Folder

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Lanny/Dean is gone.....

We seem to get one of these every few weeks.  I signed up for the FREE course just to see.  I got an email every day with some very basic info,  and of course,  a link to get the e-book.   Pure scam.........
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