"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...."
"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."
"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…"
"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…"
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.
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