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  1. Work in Progress detail

    © J. Child

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  2. Plenty of pollen coming in.
    6 points
  3. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  4. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  5. A beautiful morning in the Waikato
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  6. My long hive has become a monster. Now has 4 x 3/4 honey supers on, 2 x boxes have fully capped honey and there are 8 capped frames in the base unit. Time to extract. I do not know how standard Top Bar Hive people can manage there hives without supering them
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  8. This is our best hive so far this season depending on how things go it might yet get another box. This hive has also had 2 nucs removed. We run Carni in a single brood box.
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  9. My husband took a quick Xmas pic to send to my sisters. O.M.G. I actually look like a beek! Funny what a bee suit can do...
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  10. My child and Ted helping with beekeeping
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  11. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  12. 12 bottles of homemade ginger beer using 50% honey
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  13. In the bush on Kamahi , Rewa, cabbage tree and goodness knows what else
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  14. Approximately 2m long and 1m wide. Filled up 2 FD boxes, had 2 queens and a third showed up which almost got balled to death.
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  15. Eggs. Now where's the tiny bacon?
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  16. Making bases wipped these up in an hour I rekon cost me $8 each
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  17. Forgot about a swarm that I'd hived in an empty box. Look at all those drones
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  18. Swarm season was nuts this year
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  19. Collecting a swarm from up in a tree with no ladder access using a pole and bucket.
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  20. Mother and Daughter
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  21. A couple of nice close ups with pollen coming into the hive today
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  22. Brood Boxes and Lid of my First Hive
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  23. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  24. Sometimes I get big cells and sometimes smaller cells. With second season queens I no longer use a Cloake board, just an excluder is enough to set the bees to work. I run 4 queen castles and graft on fridays. Some queens go into nucs some into 10 frame splits and some into mating nucs on plastic
    5 points
  25. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  26. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  27. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  28. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  29. Tonight's Aurora Australis from Christchurch was particularly nice. Some great beams during the 30 minutes I watched it for, including some very that were very bright to the naked eye. Thankfully the clouds parted at just the right time.
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  30. Meanwhile somewhere in North Canterbury bees were living a dream...
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  31. Bees doing what comes naturally when their queen is kidnapped!
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  33. This is my bee buggy. It can carry about 500kg on the rear tray and is used for wizzing around a big block when the 4x4 isnt required. Cheap and economical.
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  35. Great option for shifting pellet lots of hives
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  36. Just thought I'd post a picture of some of my work and see what yous think?
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  37. Cant afford to much???then this little radio remote crane is a great start. very well priced.
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  38. Beekeeping in New Zealand
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  39. Here's my new horizontal hive that @Dansar made. It has 40 frames in it which is great for my healthy hive of bees. They settling in really nicely now.
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  40. Quick photo oa a new frame from my hive
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