In a recent livestream on my YouTube channel I discussed why I don’t call the death of a colony a “loss” in my operation. Skip to the 3:45 mark to get to the good part. I’d love to hear your feedback as always.
Below, I will link your swarm removal website (as long as you are not too close to me). If you would include my link on your website, that would be great.
Golden Creek Apiary https://gcapiaries.buzz/
Lehigh County and Northampton County Pennsylvania Bee removal:
Bee removal in Oakland CA:
State College PA Swarm Removal:
Matt Gouty 814-360-6784
What I’m sharing here is not what I’ve heard or something I’ve read somewhere. This is what I actually do, and have done for years. I’ve done all the silly, tedious stuff. Don’t waste your time.
This time of year, this question always comes up in every beekeeping forum. The video below shows what honeybees look like when returning from Spotted Jewelweed. No, there isn’t someone out there marking billions of bees.
The invasive Spotted Lanternfly is at it again. Feeding the bees during what would normally be a dearth period.
This is similar to the conversation I’ve had many times with people wanting to get into bees. To see where I’ve been the past 3 months, visit me (PA Swarm King) on YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/rodriguezbruce
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