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  1. 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)
  2. 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
  3. Gotta love the weather break, and the long weekend. So checked in on the ladies. It's been two weeks. Apricot hive is going great guns. It started with extra frames of food and drawn comb. This hive is now moving up into its next brood box. Quince, not so much. The queen is 1 year older, and there was a bit of varroa pressure (now solved). But despite feeding 2:1 syrup it is completely untouched (I've dumped two lots). The bees do have to cross 1 FD of foundation frames (which are slowly getting drawn out). There's lots of nectar stored elsewhere and a bit of pollen, so I'm not worried about the stores. But is this a recognised behaviour, or a clue to bigger issues? (the books, and google haven't helped) Cheers
  4. Quick newbee question, not answered on here as far as I can find. I've got a new hive that's got a feeder with 2:1 syrup. Put it on 10 days ago, clearly too much food around as the bees have been largely disinterested. Lifted the lifted the lid to check the food store, and got a whiff of fermentation. Should I be throwing this syrup away? There were bees up there, but the level is hardly changed. Cheers
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