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I have hives at.my.house now but they are a friends. I can ask him questions if you want


I've hunted almost everyday of my life.. the rest have been wasted!

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I think Growie had bees .....

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Just now, Paula said:

I don't have questions, i want to give some away :)

Well , OKAY ! 



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If you find a local person they usually come and take them no charge.  Theres someone in my area who has a huge buisness usually call and they come and get them but its been 10yrs since i had to they might not now.  Dont no where your out of but Kutics Honey Farm in oxford might take care of it for you.  

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you could call the local police or firestation,they sometimes have contact info for people that would catch your bees.

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If it’s a ball of honey bees that just showed up they will leave in a day or so


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9 hours ago, Hunter007 said:

Some bee keepers they rent them out to farms  for pollination of plants . Pretty interesting business. 

I think bee keepers are scarce in NY . Friends of ours have a huge Apple Farm . They have paid a bee keeper from Florida to come to their orchards . The bee keeper does other farms in Wayne County also . 

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1 hour ago, fasteddie said:

I think bee keepers are scarce in NY . Friends of ours have a huge Apple Farm . They have paid a bee keeper from Florida to come to their orchards . The bee keeper does other farms in Wayne County also . 

There was some bee virus a  few years back I remember hearing about killed off a lot of them  not sure if that effected the bee keepers  in new york . that could be the reason there scares now .

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I think some of the things that kills bees is the stuff that Monsanto puts out .



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2 hours ago, Hunter007 said:

There was some bee virus a  few years back I remember hearing about killed off a lot of them  not sure if that effected the bee keepers  in new york . that could be the reason there scares now .

Colony collapse disorder

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Piffard

1 hour ago, TreeGuy said:

What area ?

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They have been there for a while. The beekeeper i spoke to today said i should keep them til spring, less chance of them surviving if moved now. Its also not free to give them away. :-/

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Its also not free to give them away. :-/

May be the line of the day!!!!


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What's the cost, just wondering

They have been there for a while. The beekeeper i spoke to today said i should keep them til spring, less chance of them surviving if moved now. Its also not free to give them away. :-/


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21 minutes ago, TACC said:

What's the cost, just wondering

 


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Up to $500, I think it depends on size. The way he explained depending on where it is also, they make the area almost better so no other bees move in.

I know nothing about bees except how to kill them. I also have a hornet's nest in my tree 

 

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Up to $500, I think it depends on size. The way he explained depending on where it is also, they make the area almost better so no other bees move in.
I know nothing about bees except how to kill them. I also have a hornet's nest in my tree 
 
Kill the hornets those bastards suck!

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I had honey bees in a tree that the county cut down. Didn’t know until the tree was down and they left me the logs for firewood.

I put an add on Craigslist for free honey bees. I had about 4 people contact me wanting to pick them up.

Give that I try.


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