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no lack of bees around here

Posted by tonybeeguy (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 20:43

We have no lack of bees around here in western Mass. There are countless different types pollinating the flowers in our yard. On monday we got a call to remove some honeybees that had taken up residence in a soffit, and today someone called me about a willow tree that crashed through one or their pasture fences. They were going to remove it but it was full of honeybees. All I had handy was a medium super of drawn comb so I scooped up some bees from the biggest cluster and placed them on a frame and the others proceeded to follow. If Y'all want to see bees you're welcome to come to Massachusetts


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RE: no lack of bees around here

Well, ship a few to me in Maine - I want to start a hive or 3 anyway!


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RE: no lack of bees around here

Would you like them in one container or individually packaged?


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