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Hi BCBA members, I have been contacted by tree cutting service in Longmont that has tree trunk in their yard that has an established (feral) honey bee colony in it. They would like to have the bees taken and placed into a proper hive box before they cut the tree trunk. The bees are free but you will...
<t>I have the following for sale;<br/> 1. One Nuc that has a walk away split colony that has a queen currently producing brood; larvae and eggs. The split was derived the first weekend of May from a 2 year old colony that has been treated for mites over that time span with Apiguard and MAQS. $190 fo...
I have information for an apiary site located in the Longmont area on Oxford Road. The location is on a grass hay and alfalfa farm with many herbs planted. Owners are asking for a jar of honey in return for hosting a few hives. Contact me at 303-746-4464 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
4 Langstroth hives + bee colony in each hive ; two painted 8 frame deeps, screen bottom boards, inner cover, telescoping cover, metal queen excluder; two painted 8 frame medium supers. Health reports and treatment history available. Current colony assessment = 6 frames of bees in each hive and bein...
- Thu Aug 27, 2015 9:37 am
- Forum: Beekeeping
- Topic: Pullilng Honey frames from supers, when?
- Replies: 2
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5 of my hives have supers that have frames that are partially capped or filled with nectar. It's is time to pull frames off but with everything being late this I'm thinking of leaving for another week. The conundrum is that I need to treat the hives for mites soon. Any one else dealing with this tim...
- Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:54 am
- Forum: Beekeeping
- Topic: Placement of hive on property with a feral colony
- Replies: 1
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BCBA, I stopped by a farm yesterday to ask permission to place one to two hives on the property. The farm advertises itself as an organic farm and is located north of Longmont. The owner said yes with one caveat; there is a feral colony present which has relocated twice in the last two years. Two ye...