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  1. View Offer Premium Invert Sugar for sale (Depot in Taneatua) HELLO ALL BEEKEEPERS We have now set up a Liquid Invert Sugar depot in Taneatua, Bay of Plenty We supply Msugars Apifeed - a premium liquid invert bee feed made with Non-GMO cane sugars, inverted to high standards with super LOW HMF levels. Commercial, Non Commercial and Hobbyists are all welcomed as we do big and small scale volumes with easy payment options available. For any enquiries or more information please contact: Oliver @ apolloapiaries@gmail.com or 0278589514 Neil @ zealpak@outlook.com or 07 3129114 Cheers and Happy Beekeeping Price 1.20 NZD Submitter ApolloApiaries Submitted 08/30/19 Category Commercial Produce For Sale
  2. HELLO ALL BEEKEEPERS We have now set up a Liquid Invert Sugar depot in Taneatua, Bay of Plenty We supply Msugars Apifeed - a premium liquid invert bee feed made with Non-GMO cane sugars, inverted to high standards with super LOW HMF levels. Commercial, Non Commercial and Hobbyists are all welcomed as we do big and small scale volumes with easy payment options available. For any enquiries or more information please contact: Oliver @ apolloapiaries@gmail.com or 0278589514 Neil @ zealpak@outlook.com or 07 3129114 Cheers and Happy Beekeeping
  3. ApiGold bee feed supplement. ApiGold is a patented. ApiGold is a plant based supplement sourced only from trees in New Zealand and contains a range of health giving vitamins, minerals and bio-active compounds. ApiGold is used by beekeepers, hobbyists and queen bee breeders The benefits: better hive health increased production stronger colony build up bigger colonies bigger yeilds effective pollination resulting in (based on trials through 2016/2017) more honey more brood decreased pathogen and parasite populations Free The first 10 beekeepers who contact us will receive 1 x 185gm sachet of supplement (suitable for 20 hives at a 5L feed) The next 10 beekeepers who contact us are offered 1 x 185gm sachet of supplement (suitable for 20 hives at a 5L feed) for half price at $37.95 (including GST)
  4. View Offer ApiGold Feed Supplement ApiGold bee feed supplement. ApiGold is a patented. ApiGold is a plant based supplement sourced only from trees in New Zealand and contains a range of health giving vitamins, minerals and bio-active compounds. ApiGold is used by beekeepers, hobbyists and queen bee breeders The benefits: better hive health increased production stronger colony build up bigger colonies bigger yeilds effective pollination resulting in (based on trials through 2016/2017) more honey more brood decreased pathogen and parasite populations Free The first 10 beekeepers who contact us will receive 1 x 185gm sachet of supplement (suitable for 20 hives at a 5L feed) The next 10 beekeepers who contact us are offered 1 x 185gm sachet of supplement (suitable for 20 hives at a 5L feed) for half price at $37.95 (including GST) Price $75.90 Submitter apis Submitted 04/12/18 Category Equipment For Sale
  5. So my home hive is my strongest. My robbed hive is doing OK at is new local. Due to work and school holidays I've not been in my home hive since 4th March (6 weeks) But I've been feeding (Upside down jars) 2:1 syrup ever since my harvest. I'm very proud of my feeder, I'll post a pic but it keeps the bees in, but lets you exchange jars without them being covered in bees. The hive has done well, and it's really heavy (I'm going to heft it as soon as I can find the travel scales). I was doing a full check today (17degrees) and they've got essentially ¾ of stores, but only a small brood cluster 2 half frames. All were capped/emerging. I couldn't find the queen but the hive was heaving with bees so the tricky little madam could have easily alluded me. My question; Have I over fed and caused a "honey" jam? Or is this a prewinter brood break? I guess something could have happened to the queen, but not in my last inspection as that was too long ago, and there would be no brood at all. And the hive was very happy, and clearly working hard I'm an urban ChCh keeper (Temps are 9-20degrees still) Sugar shake was 2 mites in 1cup of bees so <1%. No signs of distress. I'm going to stop feeding now, and I put in one frame of foundation in the level next to the brood, hopefully they'll draw it out and give some extra lay space. I've wrapped the spare frame of capped syrup, and will feed it back in spring. Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks.
  6. I have 2 hives, both one broodbox full of bees. Almost no honey stores lots of pollen. A lot is in flower so plenty of food. They all look very healthy. The weather is warm but wet. Should I sugar feed my bees to get them through spring. Or can I count on the fact they will collect from the flowers as they go. Will the feeding promote swarming.
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