Chad Schumpert
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Chad Schumpert replied to Paul McCarty's discussion Bee Removal Boot-Camp in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Absolutely! Paul need any help let me know."
Jun 24, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Ouch Paul. How do fix comb collapse?"
Jun 23, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"I know Ed Costanza he is a good guy probably didn't know it would put the blame on to the hobbiest. Ed runs nmhoney.com"
Jun 21, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Sorry Rob that pretty devastating"
Jun 9, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Rob was that occupied at time."
Jun 8, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Thank you for all who came and supported at the meeting tonight. I thought the meeting went great seems the planning board is in favor for a logical beekeeping restrictions. No hive registration/no neighbor consent...."
Jun 6, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"I agree with you Rob. Don't mind pitching in few buck either. This is ridiculous/ if a hive is a nuisance neighbors can call the city. The city would then decide if this is warranted or not."
Jun 4, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"I will b there Any more advise would help Paul. I agree keep it simple cut the garb out."
Jun 3, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Thanks Paul. This is one of the hives I had in HighRolls just moved them up to Moriarty. Going to just give them a frame of brood and hope for the best. I surely learned requeening does not always go as planed."
May 26, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Checked my hives today/ I have one still queen less. I guess I will give a frame of brood with some eggs and larva and pray. They have a few capped queen cells so hopefully one hatches. Is it possible they made the queen cells out of a laying…"
May 25, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Rob you are right. I will have to think on your question. This is such a great resource. Thank you again."
May 25, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Great seminar! Thank you Rob Shepler and Craig Noorlander"
May 25, 2013
Chad Schumpert and Paul McCarty are now friends
May 20, 2013
Chad Schumpert commented on Rob Shepler's group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Hello all. I've been keeping bees for 4/5 years learning by trial and error. I have followed you site since the inception. I split my four hives and put new queens in my existing hives. The old queen went with the new hives. I Used bee weaver…"
May 20, 2013
Chad Schumpert joined Rob Shepler's group
May 20, 2013
Rob Shepler left a comment for Chad Schumpert
"Hi Chad! I see that you are attending our seminar next weekend and I wanted to introduce myself. It should be great fun. I stopped and looked at the bees today and they are in great shape, they are very gentile and very easy to work with. I hope…"
May 19, 2013

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At 7:22pm on May 19, 2013, Rob Shepler said…

Hi Chad!

I see that you are attending our seminar next weekend and I wanted to introduce myself.

It should be great fun. I stopped and looked at the bees today and they are in great shape, they are very gentile and very easy to work with.

I hope that you will think about joining our group "Southern New Mexico Beekeepers", you can find us on the main NMBKA page http://www.nmbeekeepers.org/ under the "Groups" section.

See you Saturday!

Rob

 
 
 

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