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    Smile new queens

    I looked into the nuc and the split and both new queens are laying well, and the old queen i put in a nuc is also laying and they are not trying to replace her so things went well for as early as I tried to do this

    Last edited by Zookeep; Mar 3rd 2012 at 07:50 PM.
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    Cool! Glad its working out.


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    Great! Now be sure to write down which queens are which in what hives, because you will forget! lol!
    It's 'tough love' for the bees here at Wayward Girl Apiary.

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    lol too hard to, they all mutts now, even the 2 marked queens I bought last summer are replaced, all I can do now is just breed more queens from what hives lay more and gather more lol
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