Category Archives: Hive Reports

Winter Report

Over the last few weeks, I have inspected my one remaining Warre hive. This was the Minnesota Hygenic package that I installed. The other hive I had with Carnolians, died out. They were from a nuc I had purchased. From … Continue reading

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Beekeeping: One year later

As I mention in my previous post, I have learned a lot over the past year as a newbie beekeeper. As we enter 2011, my interest in this wonderful craft as been renewed. I will try and post more of … Continue reading

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First beekeeping season coming to a close: Things I have learned

I have not updated here in ages. The last you saw, I was installing my second package of bees from a Nuc. Well, a lot has happened since then and now that my first beekeeping season with the Warre Hive … Continue reading

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2nd package arrived – Carnolians

We picked up a our second package of bees today or so we thought. The package actually turned out to be a nuc. The seller said it would be good to keep it as a nuc without transferring the bees … Continue reading

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The Bees Have Arrived!

I have spent months now studying about bees, building Warre hives, attending beekeeping meetings, and everything has culminated into todays events! The You Tube video is not the greatest as I wasn’t able to show you exactly how to install … Continue reading

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