"Yes, Rob, lets keep in touch about the seminar; I would love to go.
Also, thanks to everyone who recommended Ralph for the topbar hives. I have asked him to make a couple for me--and then I will need more bees. lol"
"Does anyone here know where to get another topbar hive? Seems that someone on this group thought they would be making them. Alternately, Les Crowder has one for me but is anyone going to be seeing him?
I want to get some more bees. I am…"
"Hi, Ron and everyone,
My Honeybee Genetic bees are doing well. They have found a way to access the neighbor's hummingbird feeders. I thank them everytime I see them for feeding my bees! There will be about 20 bees on each "bloom" of…"
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