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Discussion in 'Swarms, Cut outs, and Trap outs' started by JPthebeeman, Jul 27, 2013.
Beautiful cut comb from this one folks!
Boy oh boy another great catch, and a beautiful queen and lots of bees, thanks JP for another video of you getting the bees.
Hey, glad you liked it Ken! Lots of delicious & beautiful comb from this one.
Your videos are becoming more polished and professional looking with each one. What a great learning tool for new beekeepers and ones that have been kicking hives for many years like myself.
Thanks for posting and sharing JP
Beautiful comb. Totally nice removal. Thanks for posting.
Thanks everyone, about to start on another. They take a bit of time but are fun to put together & I'm glad y'all like them!
Great video JP. I just finished watching the blooper and out-take one after this one. My sides hurt I was laughing so much.
I've often wondered how you have done certain aspects of typical bee removals, thinking some of what you do must be proprietary and 'close hold' knowledge after a lot of experience. I see now that its mainly a lot of common sense. The main thing I take away from your videos is that I am not patient enough with my bees (I move too fast, use too much or too little smoke, and don't plan ahead when I'm carrying tools/food to my hives). Thanks for the didactic approach and visual summary at the end JP!
Are they going to make you a TV star? Don't worry, you are a star among beekeepers.
P.S. In my view, the extra instruction in this video ranks it among your top take out videos, not to mention surpassing all other bee take out videos on youtube. I will be using this video during one of our bee club meetings soon.
Where is that blooper thread Perry?
Dang Lee, you got me all verklempt now! Thank you for the accolades, not really sure what to say (blushing)
I try and do my best to listen and observe what the bees are trying to show me, I am just following their lead really. It really is as simple as that IMO.
JP you looked really tired in that one were you ok? Tom
Ooooooooooo thx for the link Perry that was hilarious.And thx for another great bee removal JP.
If I had a piece of pie, I'd give it to Perry
Thanks for another good video JP. The chunk honey in the stills looked very delicious! I am going to look at some bees tomorrow under at deck at the bottom of a stone house. Maybe I will have a little adventure myself. Thought I was done with cut-outs and such this late in the season.