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  1. General Beekeeping
    It's 108 Fahrenheit here. But after having a couple of hives go laying worker, I went to the apiary instead of staying indoors. I lost my biggest hive to their queenlessness, and the queen I bought them. So the big italian hive took out the bee tree I think. The big hive was about to rob my...
  2. General Beekeeping
    so if a queen dies, or a hatched queen fails to mate, or a removal doesn't come with a queen and you don't know it, and you go to work and etc for 6 weeks then you open your hive and you have a bunch of drone brood. In one of my hives, the big one, the queen ran out of sperm. I say this because...
  3. Beekeeping 101
    First, I don't think I started with a laying worker. I had a pair of nucs side by side, one was the remains after a swarm and they had a lot of queen cells. The other was the remains after another swarm and I gave them a mated queen. The entrances to these nucs were a nuc body apart. so if one...
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