In my nice warm shop building TBHs and other things. Waiting for Spring.


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Comment by Jessie Brown on December 26, 2012 at 6:20pm

I usually get started on TBH repairs around mid March and start seriously stressing out when I get my first swarm call in the end of March. There is nothing worse then frantically trying to screw together a hive and ripping out top bars so it will be ready when I rush home with a bucket of bees! Like your time frame better.


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