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Dee Lusby's Treatment Free Bee Video

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This is the latest video of Dee Lusby'd bees. It was shot in 2016, but has only just been made public.

 

It's treatment free guru Solomon Parker and friends visiting small cell treatment free guru Dee Lusby to help her with her special breed of treatment free bees.

 

It is these apiaries that started the Small Cell Treatment free movement, Dee and these bees are where it all started.

 

 

 

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Lol well they certainly haven't become more friendly !

Who needs africanised bees when you can have dees treatment free bees!

###### that 

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Wow.  How do I import some of these.  lol

These would stop all those brave souls who think they can beekeep without a bee suit.

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OMG! Not sure what is the worst, the tatty horizontal hives, the furious bees or the equally furious woman in the background yelling orders to her workers!! Who cares if they are treatment free, they aren't going to become popular anytime soon.:S

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I would rather deal with varroa than that lot!

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Yeh , no thanks 

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I have seen carniolan's that were quieter than that.

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lol can you pass the duct tape please.

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I usually wear two Bees suits this wet season as well as yellow rubber gloves
I have one hive that is similar to those and I use it as a finisher
Its called BA for Bad Ally 
Does a good job

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8 minutes ago, Philbee said:

I usually wear two Bees suits this wet season as well as yellow rubber gloves

Does a good job

 

I wear one beesuit , no gloves 

quiet bees as finishers

 

Does a good job :15_yum:

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32 minutes ago, frazzledfozzle said:

 

I wear one beesuit , no gloves 

quiet bees as finishers

 

Does a good job :15_yum:

Yes of course
However its one of those things where its hard to go back to light armor once you have been totally bullet proof

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If I have a snotty finisher I don't use it as much as I could which leaves me a finisher short .

I hate getting a sting up .

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Love the end of that video around 19.00 where it really starts going belly up. Yup, think I'll stay with the mites LOL.

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I had a hive doing a good impersonation of those bees. Had been raining off and on thursday and at 4.30, last hive, smoker on the way out, they went psycho. My little apprentice (wagging school) in the ute thought she'd let a couple of bees out and got nailed. She quit yet again, decided going to school wasn't so bad after all. 

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3 hours ago, nikki watts said:

I had a hive doing a good impersonation of those bees. Had been raining off and on thursday and at 4.30, last hive, smoker on the way out, they went psycho. My little apprentice (wagging school) in the ute thought she'd let a couple of bees out and got nailed. She quit yet again, decided going to school wasn't so bad after all. 

i thought school was optional on Barrier?

 

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6 hours ago, Gavin Smith said:

i thought school was optional on Barrier?

 

My kids certainly think so. Would rather be fishing. 

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On 2/23/2018 at 9:16 AM, Alastair said:

This is the latest video of Dee Lusby'd bees. It was shot in 2016, but has only just been made public.

 

It's treatment free guru Solomon Parker and friends visiting small cell treatment free guru Dee Lusby to help her with her special breed of treatment free bees.

 

It is these apiaries that started the Small Cell Treatment free movement, Dee and these bees are where it all started.

 

 

 

This should be the promotional video for people who want to become beekeepers, send a copy to all schools and jails. 

ps just my take, but I reckon americans are the worst at making you tube videos, they always seem to spend a lot of time filming and describing stuff as a filler to pad out the length of video. Just saying.

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So true Dennis, American youtube videos can be so painful to watch. You have to listen to 2 or 3 minutes of off topic dribble before they get to the subject, and then it takes them 15 minutes to explain a 1 minute idea. 

 

Now I just spend the first 30 seconds or so sussing roughly how much they waffle and if it looks like a lot I close out and look for a more to the point video.

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Do not forget Dee does not bring any stock in so how inbred they who knows.

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Welcome back Roy  is it ??

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Still got your AMM  sheilas ?

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No but trying to get them back.

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