>Since you mentioned so much on Dee as an example, lets focus on her a bit.
>Can you tell me what she does for a living?
She sells honey. I don't know of anyone who pays a premium because it's "small cell honey" nor is it advertised as such.
>Also....why are you not pushing smallcell 100% in your presentations? You clearly have stated many times that since you went to smallcell, you have never lost a hive due to mites.
I have said since I went to small cell and natural cell. A lot of presentations are what people want to have presented.
>I know there was a few years when smallcell and "natural" cell was stated as being the same in no certain terms, and even today many get it confused. While there is no doubt that many see you as the pusher/promoter/defender of smallcell, why the step back from something you believe so strongly about and seems to be far superior as illustrated by you?
We've had this discussion. Certainly I see nothing wrong with people changing their mind, I've changed my mind on many things over the years, however, as I've stated before, in this case I have not. There was no step back. Small cell and natural cell succeed for the same reason, cell size. I have been a proponent of natural cell from the start. My first article on the subject and my main chapter on the subject talks about small cell only as one way to get smaller cells but focuses on natural cell size:http://www.bushfarms.com/beesnaturalcell.htm