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Hello everyone. I am new to this and have a question about moving bees to a new hive. Should I wait until the early spring to remove bees from my house in order to give them a new home? They have been in my house for about a year and I cannot find a person to remove them so, I have decided to get started as a beekeeper. Everyone wants to kill them and I refuse to let that happen! I have been reading up and have spoken to several Bee farms and getting a good education.
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Hello everyone. I am new to this and have a question about moving bees to a new hive. Should I wait until the early spring to remove bees from my house in order to give them a new home? They have been in my house for about a year and I cannot find a person to remove them so, I have decided to get started as a beekeeper. Everyone wants to kill them and I refuse to let that happen! I have been reading up and have spoken to several Bee farms and getting a good education.
Thanks,
KEN
Pending on what part of the country your in, google swarm catchers in your area and make a deal with him/her to go in together to make splits, just buy some young mated queens and place in nucs and they should draw bees them....
 

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Pending on what part of the country your in, google swarm catchers in your area and make a deal with him/her to go in together to make splits, just buy some young mated queens and place in nucs and they should draw bees them....
maybe you should look at the dates of the threads, this one is 10 years old from the last post...:)
 
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