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Stephen Choi
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At 20:10 on January 12, 2015, Andrew Cumberland said…
Welcome Stephen. Enjoy the site. Don't be shy - feel free to comment or ask questions.

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Bee Help

Posted on November 8, 2015 at 17:39 8 Comments

Hi

Would anyone be able to supply me with a couple of topbar brood frames? Alternatively I can cutout a langstroth frame to fit.

My colony is not doing well with the current queen not laying any eggs for months. I am hoping to get a couple of brood frames hopefully with larvae to kickstart the colony.

Queen Bee

Posted on August 16, 2015 at 13:12 3 Comments

My bees keep creating queen cells and replacing the queen although some may have swarmed that I didn't see. The current queen is yet to lay larvae so hopefully she lays soon. It may be I have to get a new queen in as so far the hive keeps replacing the queen.

 
 
 

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