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Old 02-25-2020, 09:44 PM   #151
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We were removing a hive down in the quarters, a brother walked by and said we were some bad motherf...., well you get the point. Bees were flying everywhere, it was our first recovery. I still have that hive today.
I sure enjoy watching JP the bee man and the characters that frequent his videos for commentary
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Old 02-26-2020, 06:53 PM   #152
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:29 PM   #153
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When should I start buying my nucs?
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:46 PM   #154
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Get in touch with your chosen vendor for availability and timing. Lot of variables but don't put it off much longer or you'll be left picking up scraps here and there.
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Old 02-26-2020, 08:45 PM   #155
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Likely your supplier will have already taken deposits for 2020 nucs. The earlier you can get them the better. If I were to be buying them myself Id want them the end of March to the first of April. In a good year a nucs received in that time frame will likely produce a harvestable amount of honey. Later in the year say May to June you'll have to feed them and they will be slow to build up....
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Thanks for the reply
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Old 02-27-2020, 05:57 PM   #157
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I have noticed a lot of bees returning to the hive without pollen. What is up with that? Are they full of nectar? Are they scout bees?
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Old 02-28-2020, 11:55 AM   #158
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Some are out gathering water instead of pollen. My kayak has standing water in it and thought I had a swarm going already, girls are getting Thirsty.
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Some are out gathering water instead of pollen. My kayak has standing water in it and thought I had a swarm going already, girls are getting Thirsty.
I have a water feeder for them. They drink approx. a qt a day. It could be water but I doubt it. About 2/3s of the bees show up without pollen and go straight into the hive. The ones that show up with pollen are carrying a bunch.
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Old 02-28-2020, 02:00 PM   #160
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Beetle blasters work great for me. Ben doing it for yrs. I don't mess with traps I just do Bee removals then re Queen them. That way I get paid with no out put.
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Old 02-28-2020, 09:05 PM   #161
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my supplier took deposits back in Dec. for Spring 2020 pick-up, is typical. They'll be slim to none now.
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Old 02-28-2020, 09:34 PM   #162
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I got my order in now.
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Old 03-02-2020, 09:12 PM   #163
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We checked our hives again today, a little too late. We lost one of them. All of the honey is gone in the lost one and most is gone in the good hive. Hopefully, most of the bees from the lost one went to the good one for feed, not sure if it works that way though ??
Anyway, we had to start feeding immediately so maybe they will be OK till the blooms come out fully. We were planning to split both hives later but now we'll have to re-strengthen this one first, maybe split next month.
Has anyone ever had success in splitting a hive multiple times in one year and they all become strong enough for the winter?
Evidently we've had so many warm days lately that they just were very active and consumed all their honey quickly. I noticed a lot of it crystallized at the hive entries as well, that should've been a sign for me but I didn't know what it was at first. Live and learn.
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February is hard on bees, they will starve, please keep a close eye on them during February if weather permits
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Old 03-03-2020, 06:06 PM   #165
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February is hard on bees, they will starve, please keep a close eye on them during February if weather permits
Yessir, you are right, however that will vary from region/area. We have been having pollen coming in all year long and I wasn't expecting that. Im in the Orange area. Southeast of here in SW La, clover, Dandelions, Wild Onions, Yellow Trumpet have been blooming since Dec, so it is a regional thing. Even at that like you say, we should feed our bees. I started in Oct and haven't stopped.
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Old 03-05-2020, 11:28 AM   #166
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Got bees in my porch soffit. Hoping to set up a trap soon. Looking at buying supplies from Mann Lake in Marshall. Is there a better supplier?

Anybody in the Longview area? IM me.
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Old 03-05-2020, 12:38 PM   #167
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Mann Lake or Dadant are good places, I think, for mail order. I want to say Dadant has free shipping if your order is over $100, but double check that. If you can work a cordless drill and have some wood glue, you can buy unassembled hive boxes and save a lot of money. I used low VOC exterior paint on the exterior only. I would suggest finding a local beekeeper to shadow and learn. I'm in the west Houston area.
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Old 03-05-2020, 07:33 PM   #168
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I took your advice and reached out to Wood county Beekeepers to share my place . . They got back with me and the result is a member moved her hives to my place . . Should be good . . I've got a good pasture of crimson clover . . Christmas will be home grown this year . .

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Old 03-05-2020, 09:25 PM   #169
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First swarm of the 2020 season. Found them accompanying an unmarked queen on the side of one of my hives. Moved them, gave them some syrup and pollen sub and will check on them this weekend
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We checked our hives again today, a little too late. We lost one of them. All of the honey is gone in the lost one and most is gone in the good hive. Hopefully, most of the bees from the lost one went to the good one for feed, not sure if it works that way though ??
Anyway, we had to start feeding immediately so maybe they will be OK till the blooms come out fully. We were planning to split both hives later but now we'll have to re-strengthen this one first, maybe split next month.
Has anyone ever had success in splitting a hive multiple times in one year and they all become strong enough for the winter?
Evidently we've had so many warm days lately that they just were very active and consumed all their honey quickly. I noticed a lot of it crystallized at the hive entries as well, that should've been a sign for me but I didn't know what it was at first. Live and learn.
I've had good pollen coming in for several weeks, but very little nectar. Brood pattern expands, A couple of cold days a week when all the foragers have to skip work and stay home and a hive if not supplemented can get dangerously light on food stores in no time. Feb-March I anticipate feeding a ton of sugar and 200 pounds of pollen sub to my small apiary. Its just part of it. Makes my splits fat and healthy when I make them the end of march. I often split the original hive again after the last of the honey is pulled in June, and treat for varroa aggressively for three following weeks as well. Never have a problem wintering them either. I don't "guess" if I need to feed them though. I feed for a purpose when I determine range conditions require it during my weekly inspections.

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Well I think one of my hives came out of winter queenless and I have laying workers :-(.
I’m going to give them another week and if all I see is more drone brood I guess I’ll combine them with my good hive and split them off when queens become available.
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Well I think one of my hives came out of winter queenless and I have laying workers :-(.
Iím going to give them another week and if all I see is more drone brood I guess Iíll combine them with my good hive and split them off when queens become available.
Seeing multiple eggs per each cell? They wont be queenless for too long before they collapse....
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Seeing multiple eggs per each cell? They wont be queenless for too long before they collapse....
Iím going out today to look. With the sun out good I hope to be able to tell. I saw no worker brood the other day all drone. Iíll report back on my findings.
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Iím going out today to look. With the sun out good I hope to be able to tell. I saw no worker brood the other day all drone. Iíll report back on my findings.


I had the same problem with the laying worker last year, and good luck to you, I lost that hive.

MASTERS has always been very knowledgeable and forthcoming with information and extremely helpful answering my questions.
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Did my first cut out of the year today.

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They were inside here, next to the chimney.



Good sized hive, I caught the queen on the next to last piece of comb in the middle.



Going back to pick up the box full of bees after dark.




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Did my first cut out of the year today.

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They were inside here, next to the chimney.



Good sized hive, I caught the queen on the next to last piece of comb in the middle.



Going back to pick up the box full of bees after dark.




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WOW! they look awesome. I have equipment, just have never done removals.
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Seeing multiple eggs per each cell? They wont be queenless for too long before they collapse....
Ok I just did my inspection and it wasnít good. No worker brood and spotty drone brood on 3 frames. About 10 to 15 on each side. A few larvae and I couldnít see any eggs at all. There might be a few there but I canít see them. So my plan is to stack them on top of my good hive with brown paper in between. Give them a top entrance Iím thinking and an obstruction in front of the top entrance so they reorient. What are your thoughts on my plan of attack? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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Did my first cut out of the year today.

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They were inside here, next to the chimney.



Good sized hive, I caught the queen on the next to last piece of comb in the middle.



Going back to pick up the box full of bees after dark.




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You get much honey?
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Old 03-07-2020, 07:06 PM   #180
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Very little, less than 10 lbs. pretty common for a hive coming out of the winter though. Feeding them plenty of sugar water now.
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Old 03-08-2020, 06:04 AM   #182
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swarm traps out, its time here in East Texas
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Old 03-08-2020, 06:59 PM   #183
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Old 03-09-2020, 03:28 PM   #185
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I just put mine out.
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Old 03-09-2020, 08:18 PM   #186
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Ok I just did my inspection and it wasn’t good. No worker brood and spotty drone brood on 3 frames. About 10 to 15 on each side. A few larvae and I couldn’t see any eggs at all. There might be a few there but I can’t see them. So my plan is to stack them on top of my good hive with brown paper in between. Give them a top entrance I’m thinking and an obstruction in front of the top entrance so they reorient. What are your thoughts on my plan of attack? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Sorry I'm just seeing this. Newspapering them like you mentioned is a great idea, at a bare minimum you wont lose their drawn comb to moths ad beetles. I've done it with good success combining late season removes going into the winter. I've never given them a top entrance like you mentioned doing though. They chew through the newspaper quick enough to not need it imo, but am interested in hearing how yours do set up in that fashion. I'm still about 3 weeks out from getting my first round of queens to make splits, and am feeding pollen sub and syrup as necessary to ensure ill make fat healthy splits come the end of the month. If anyone in south Texas are looking for a few nucs send me a pm.
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Old 03-12-2020, 06:34 PM   #187
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Building slabs of brood, stacking old comb out with pollen, second deep brood pic as good as it could look for this time of the year and drawing fresh comb....

Queens arrive the 25th of March and splits will be made shortly thereafter!

Hold on itís fixing to get busy in the apiary!
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Well I caught 4 swarms at the house so I put out two more swarm traps. I had no idea I would have this level of success catching swarms all within 300yrds of my house. Super happy :-)
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Inspected my hives. Both hives had lots of brood at every stage. Found the queen in one hive but not the other. Good amount of nectar/honey. They had all frames with a good amount of comb, probably 90%.
On the next to last frame I had a large piece of comb fall over. Im concerned the queen was there as I hadn't found her up to that point, so stopped there, put the hive back together. Im concerned she may have been injured or killed. Looking for advice.
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Inspected my hives. Both hives had lots of brood at every stage. Found the queen in one hive but not the other. Good amount of nectar/honey. They had all frames with a good amount of comb, probably 90%.
On the next to last frame I had a large piece of comb fall over. Im concerned the queen was there as I hadn't found her up to that point, so stopped there, put the hive back together. Im concerned she may have been injured or killed. Looking for advice.
check them in a week to see if they have made emergency queen cells about mid ways down the frames where the 1-3 day old eggs were today. if they have then its likely she was injured or killed. if they haven't and you see 1-3 day old eggs then you should be good to go.
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Well I caught 4 swarms at the house so I put out two more swarm traps. I had no idea I would have this level of success catching swarms all within 300yrds of my house. Super happy :-)
I've never been that lucky. I'd have to run 25 traps to maybe catch 3-4 swarms!
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Making splits this week, some hives are strong enough to make two stout splits and still have a pile of bees left in the hive.
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Few more splits today
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man that is alot of work, looks good
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Good work Masters.

My son and I saved another hive this week, but we aint near as impressive as Masters.
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Each comb was about 6' long.
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Old 03-26-2020, 10:24 PM   #197
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I have 3 hives, and am buying 2 more nuts next month. My neighbor asked me to help him with his bees on Tuesday. The first three hives were just fine, and had no surprises. He then mentioned that the 4th and final hive was kinda bad....
I ended up getting a bee inside my veil, and after walking about 50’ away to open it up to remove her, several more bees popped me on my head. I dropped the jacket, and kept walking. Ended up with around 10 or so stings, and had to move 300 yards away to get away from them. The swelling is going down....haven’t spoken to my neighbor since...
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bee in the veil, kill her right away, mash her with your gloved hand
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