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  1. Work in Progress detail

    © J. Child

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  2. Plenty of pollen coming in.
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  3. Thought I'd share my modified version a friend helped me with. Has an off switch just above handle for your thumb so you can operate it with one hand. Works like a laptop, has a battery that I can switch to for portable use. Or connect it to a wall power socket to use that and also charge the battery. All sits in a sealed plastic container with a top handle
    5 points
  4. Look what I found in my local cafe
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  5. In my last video on frame making the wax embedder was terribly slow. So I've made a new one. Runs at 50VAC from an isolation transformer. There's a push button to start embedding, a timer to shut off automatically and a trim pot to adjust the length of time. Arduino powered of course :)
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  6. Plant and Food Research employees waiting patiently for Dr Mark Goodwin to wrap up some media filming so they can get down to the hard work of beekeeping in the summertime!
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  7. Happy hillbilly beekeeper
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  8. I visited M4tt today, he showed me this dark queen. Isn't she gorgeous?
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  9. Took advantage of the rubbish weather today and got my box clamp jig made
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  10. a photo of a comb being harvested from one our top bar hives.
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  11. Just thought I'd share my lounge hive. Often better than television. It is two frames deep, so 6 frames in all. Between each layer there are slots for metal inserts so the boxes can be separated without filling the lounge with bees and one for an escape to clear a box of bees. Entrance through wall.
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  12. This is what Queens produce when pushed for space in a 7/3 Queen Castle
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  13. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials.
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  14. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials.
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  15. I thought I might share this because it makes me giggle everytime I read it so I'm sure some of you might enjoy it.
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  16. Graft queen cells on a horrible cold day.
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  17. This is a short vid showing the process for making Formic treatments for Bees. Remember that Formic Acid is extremely dangerous to handle and full PPE must b...
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  18. cells out of the starter
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  19. Fruit trees are coming on with Almond & Plums under way
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  20. Hey all, hope you are having a good weekend. We have just released this short clip showing what we got up to last summer in South Taranaki. Unfortunately it was a fairly rough season in the Naki but the next will be upon us soon enough!
    5 points
  21. 3 survivors with Raw sugar feed
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  23. The first part of this video has some beekeeping that I found interesting.
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  24. Pikelets for today's bee group meeting.
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  25. I just got a call for a swarm in a bird house. This is what I found. A good candidate for a YouTube video of the fransfer
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  27. 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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  29. 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.
    5 points
  30. 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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  31. In the bush on Kamahi , Rewa, cabbage tree and goodness knows what else
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  32. Eggs. Now where's the tiny bacon?
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  33. Forgot about a swarm that I'd hived in an empty box. Look at all those drones
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  34. A couple of nice close ups with pollen coming into the hive today
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  35. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  36. 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
  37. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  38. Beekeeping in New Zealand, for hobbyists and light commercials
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  40. Cant afford to much???then this little radio remote crane is a great start. very well priced.
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  41. 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.
    5 points
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