I would pinch her in a heart beat if they are hot durning your next few inspections. Bees like that give beekeepers a bad name if neighbors get a taste of them and like you say in the video, those genetics are not needed in the local pool. I had a colony like that was like that in 2010 and would follow me about a hundred yards sometimes. I will never tolerate one like that again. I like to work with only a veil and no gloves if I can help it. I like to blow on the bees too when I want to see the comb they cover without my face being swarmed.
Where was that video taken, louisiana? What state do you frequent with the bees?
Thanks for the video!
The bees are at Emil's place, wayyy in the back. I've asked him to monitor them closely. He says so far they have not been aggressive but of course they are still going through their rebuild period.
We decided to give them a chance before pinching the queen as mentioned in the video they had very little stores. The hive didn't grow truly evil until I started fooling with them. We shall see folks.
I know y'all are chomping at the bit to 86 the queen but be patient, we'll have an answer soon enough!