Bee Hive On The Ground

Discussion in 'Swarms, Cut outs, and Trap outs' started by JPthebeeman, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. JPthebeeman

    JPthebeeman New Member

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    Wow JB you do get a lot of different swarms of bees, and I sure would have enjoy getting one that is close to the ground but not that close. Another great video thanks a lot, I do enjoy them.

    Ken
     

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    :thumbsup: :mrgreen: :thumbsup:
     
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    Very good, thanks for yet another good video. I removed an open air colony a few weeks ago but they were still in the tree. I was able to save enough brood comb to fill two frames. You made that honey look real tasty!
     
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    :thumbsup::grin::thumbsup: What Perry and Blue said.Thx for choosing to post here.Hope Shawee's doing better.
     
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    Another great video, JP. Thanks for posting.
     
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    "Oh what a lucky man he was"---no doubt about it. Of course, more than luck there's skill, but the music was well chosen.
    JP, it was a beautiful lesson for everyone. Thanks for the great (as usual) post.
     
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    JP's Bee Clinic & Honey Tasting

    Noticed the additional instruction JP, thanks! One benefit of working without a veil is that you can lick your fingers :thumbsup: I saw the bucket of water for the first time, is that a new staple, or did you need that because of the destruction of comb?
     
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    Thanks for the feedback y'all!

    Lee, I often tell people the most important tool besides the smoker is a bucket of water for a cut out. I don't care to work feeling like I'm tarred and feathered! :lol:


    ​...JP