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"That is why I have so many foundationless frames, and so many long hives. also, WC,…"

Paul McCarty replied 6 hours ago to Swarm

7 6 hours ago
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"Should not need a reducer unless the hive is small and you have others who want to r…"

Paul McCarty replied Apr 10 to New Hive

1 Apr 10
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"This is the traditional non-commercial arrangement - a small share of the honey for…"

Paul McCarty replied Apr 7 to Is tipping necessary?

2 Apr 7
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"I give my land-share people some of the honey out of the hives on their land. Normal…"

Paul McCarty replied Apr 7 to Is tipping necessary?

2 Apr 7
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"Still just two. Now I am up 3 from twenty though because of splits - makes 23 total.…"

Paul McCarty replied Mar 22 to Southern NM Hive Count

25 Mar 22
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"That looks easy enough. I can't get to it for several weeks if I try."

Paul McCarty replied Mar 11 to Anyone interested in a trap-out?

1 Mar 11
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"OK now that I am feeding and the blooms have started in some of the Alamogordo regio…"

Paul McCarty replied Feb 22 to Southern NM Hive Count

25 Mar 22
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"If you plan on doing it it might be worth taking a look at. Then you can plan it out."

Paul McCarty replied Feb 16 to Established Colony by the Three Rivers Store

6 Feb 17
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"The big thing to worry about would be if you killed the queen. I think I would wait…"

Paul McCarty replied Feb 16 to Established Colony by the Three Rivers Store

6 Feb 17
Reply by Kenneth Lee Henderson

"Cool - Thanks Skyler. Maybe someone looking for bees might want a crack at them - wi…"

Paul McCarty replied Feb 16 to Established Colony by the Three Rivers Store

6 Feb 17
Reply by Kenneth Lee Henderson

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