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Monthly Archives: February 2017
Ok, Google $5 nuc boxes and you will see plenty of links to plans to build these bad boys. I decided last week to go ahead and have a go at these. I got them started last week, then ran … Continue reading
It was such a nice morning, I couldn’t help but share. This is why we live in the country.
My daughter has the flu. We felt puny last night, and the doctor suggested we all take a day and ensure we are good to go before going back to school. I fared better than Cyndi or my daughter. They … Continue reading
My wife likes to be able to sit on our land. Not just any one place, but pretty much wherever the mood strikes her. If I am working the bees, she wants to be able to sit and watch … Continue reading
I went through the hives today, and I must say, I am horrible at spotting my queens. I did spot one of them briefly, but she ran for it and I lost her in the shuffle. One thing I can … Continue reading
We went to town today to pick up a few things for some projects. I grabbed some plywood to make some nuc boxes. I will probably put those together tomorrow. We happened into Fred’s and Tractor Supply, partially in search … Continue reading
I thought I had posted this before, but apparently not. I was watching Blake Kirby’s YouTube channel LINK HERE He has a video about feeding his bees. It’s that time of year, and I was happy to watch him feeding his … Continue reading
So, recently I ran across a post somewhere by 628DirtRooster on YouTube about getting some seeds. He was all excited to order seeds from www.migardener.com. I did some shopping around and some research and found that their prices seemed VERY … Continue reading
I got the opportunity to check on the bees today. It has been warm enough, I am feeding pretty steadily to ensure my colonies don’t starve. I opened the hives and filled my frame feeders with a gallon each of … Continue reading
Well, I say winter. Technically. It has been a very mild winter. In fact, as you can see above and below, we have buds and blooms coming out. It’s early February.