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Well @Philbee, your OA gib staples absolutely work?.

 

Its rather nice to go into hives that were on the brink of collapse , to find healthy bees covering healthy brood and bringing in a little nectar . These are two to three part framers , upwards .

 

It takes a full breed cycle to see the change . Some queens won’t/ can’t lay under the staples , while others do. I didn’t feed any syrup so the turn around is surprising .

 

Even the weakest of hives have started  chewing the staples .

 

One very happy beek here. Thank you very much 

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2 hours ago, M4tt said:

Well @Philbee, your OA gib staples absolutely work?.

 

Its rather nice to go into hives that were on the brink of collapse , to find healthy bees covering healthy brood and bringing in a little nectar . These are two to three part framers , upwards .

 

It takes a full breed cycle to see the change . Some queens won’t/ can’t lay under the staples , while others do. I didn’t feed any syrup so the turn around is surprising .

 

Even the weakest of hives have started  chewing the staples .

 

One very happy beek here. Thank you very much 

Dont thank me just buy 20000 Staples.
I ordered another machine today big fast better

Its a pleasure to be appreciated

Thanks

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