Kimberly Procell
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Kenneth Lee Henderson left a comment for Kimberly Procell
"Good to hear you are still in the game. Do you farm or just live in the country? Do you maybe raise alfalfa? With the wind today I'm wondering how your discing and planting worked out. If you have been following exploits over here you know…"
Sunday
Kimberly Procell left a comment for Kenneth Lee Henderson
"I am. My for hives made it through our first winter. I should learn to do some splits though. I am planting an extra area for a wildflower mix. I have not got my seed yet because I was not sure when we would water (that happened so can disk…"
Apr 9
Kenneth Lee Henderson left a comment for Kimberly Procell
"Kimberly, Have not read anything from you in a year. Are you still beekeeping? How are conditions east of the mountains this year? Ken"
Apr 9
Kimberly Procell is attending Jessie Brown's event
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September Abq Beeks Meeting at Bernalillo County Extension Office

September 5, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Join us for our FREE monthly meeting of community beekeepers!  September 5th, @ 6:30 pm.  Learn about winterizing hives.See More
Aug 8, 2013
Kimberly Procell is attending Info NM Beekeepers Association's event

BeeSWeek Scientific Community Panel Forums at UNM Science and Math Learning Center Auditorium

June 3, 2013 to June 4, 2013
Dr Valerie Solheim author of the book The Bee Hive Effect, Ancient Rites, Quantum Principles will be delivering the Keynote address from 10:00 to 12:00.  Her focus will be "restore bee colony's frequency field and let the bees manage their health.Keynote speaker on day two will be Mr Paul Wheaton The rest of the two days will be devoted to forums discussing bees and other polinizers. For additional information please google BeeSWeek 2013.Tickets will be available at the door, 18 to 25 dollarsSee More
Jun 2, 2013
Kenneth Lee Henderson replied to Kimberly Procell's discussion Uncapping Honey in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"I have never uncapped honey so I don't know enough to say much except it looks like it works extremely well. I just eat the honey in the comb like gum. For anyone wanting to try this method and not having a heat gun I would suggest…"
May 27, 2013
Rob Shepler replied to Kimberly Procell's discussion Uncapping Honey in the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
"Neat!"
May 26, 2013
Kenneth Lee Henderson left a comment for Kimberly Procell
"As you have probably found out by now, pecan and pistachio trees are wind pollinated. That's a shame as my place is surrounded by both. The heat gun idea looks cool. If I ever get any working hives to have honey again I'll have to try it."
May 26, 2013
Kimberly Procell added a discussion to the group Southern New Mexico Beekeepers
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Uncapping Honey

I do not have honey yet, but want to try this.  Has anyone else had done it this way?- (heat gun)uncapping honeySee More
May 26, 2013
Kimberly Procell joined Rob Shepler's group
May 26, 2013
Rob Shepler commented on Kimberly Procell's status
"http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/blog/brian-devore/corn-planting-sends-tremors-through-bee-country ; Good Morning Kimberly, here is a recent article about corn and neonics. How is your alphalfa doing? Rob"
May 25, 2013
Kimberly Procell is attending Rob Shepler's event
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Beekeeping seminar in Alamogordo at County Extention at the Fairgrounds

May 25, 2013 from 9am to 3pm
Bzzzz BzzzzBee keeping seminar May 25th 2013 Support your local pollinator and attend this honey of a seminar, it will include a classroom session and a hands on hive experience. Featured speaker will be Craig Noorlander, Vice President of the New Mexico Beekeepers Association talking about life cycle of the honey bee, honeybee health, equipment, and his success and failures in the 10 years he has been keeping bees. Location: 9:00-12:00 Otero County Extension Office, 401 Fairgrounds Road,…See More
May 21, 2013
Kimberly Procell is attending Leslie crowder's event

Taos backyard beekeeping at El Prado on the north side of Taos

May 25, 2013 from 12pm to 5pm
Spring Management of beehives.See More
May 21, 2013
Kimberly Procell posted a status
"has anyone noticed problems being close to corn fields?…"
May 21, 2013
Kimberly Procell is attending Jessie Brown's event
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March ABQ BEEKS Meeting at Bernalillo County Extension Office

March 7, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Hello Beekeepers and Happy New Year! Please join us for our first meeting of 2013 on Thursday March 7th @ 6:30 pm.  This FREE meeting will focus on hiving packages, swarm retrieval, and new ideas for the 2013 season.  Top Bar and Langstroth demonstrations. See More
Mar 4, 2013
Kimberly Procell is attending Melanie Margarita Kirby's event
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Western Apicultural Society Annual Conference at La Fonda on the Plaza

October 16, 2013 at 5pm to October 19, 2013 at 4pm
2013 is the year of Enchantment!!!WAS is coming to NM- that's right, WAS has selected Santa Fe, New Mexico to host their 2013 conference. WAS represents the western states of the US along with the western provinces of Canada and Mexico and many Pacific Islands. They are a nonpolitical party that was established in 1978 to better support small scale beekeepers and enthusiasts. This will be a wonderful 3 day event which will include interesting and pertinent presentations, workshops and…See More
Mar 4, 2013

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I do not have any yet. I would like to gather enough information to decide the best kind, how do I decide if my area can support a hive? Do pecan trees provide a food source? ...

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At 7:15pm on April 12, 2014, Kenneth Lee Henderson said…

Good to hear you are still in the game. Do you farm or just live in the country? Do you maybe raise alfalfa? With the wind today I'm wondering how your discing and planting worked out.

If you have been following exploits over here you know I have been busy with swarms and cutouts. A few more "rescues" and I will be "bee poor" and the proud owner of 6 hives. Then I will be out of boxes. Already out of bases and tops and will have to build more next week.

At 4:34pm on April 9, 2014, Kenneth Lee Henderson said…

Kimberly,

Have not read anything from you in a year. Are you still beekeeping? How are conditions east of the mountains this year?

Ken

At 11:13am on May 26, 2013, Kenneth Lee Henderson said…

As you have probably found out by now, pecan and pistachio trees are wind pollinated. That's a shame as my place is surrounded by both.

The heat gun idea looks cool. If I ever get any working hives to have honey again I'll have to try it.

At 4:44pm on January 26, 2013, Paul McCarty said…

Hello - nice to meet you today!

If I can help in anyway let me know.

 
 
 

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