I will check these links when I can. They seem to change often.
|I ended up replacing the bottom board with a screened bottom board (B30-90). I may replace the slatted rack with one where the bars run parallel to the frames so falling mites have a higher chance of falling all the way down.|
|1||X||Double Screen Divider||B9|
|I use the Imirie shims for queen introduction as well as the extra entrance it is designed to provide. I painted the queen excluder red so that I would not forget that it is installed, but I have not actually used it.|
|I used the suit when I hived the package of bees. I have not used it since then. It gave me the confidence I needed to hive them. I used the gloves when I hived the bees, but stopped using them for the rest of the first year. I started using them again since I work so much faster with them.|
|I used the Fumagilin-B in the first syrup that I fed to the bees after hiving them. I have not seen any evidence that they have needed it so I have not used it since. I used the Mite-A-Thol the first year only. I have a microscope now so I can check and see if they have tracheal mites. I have not seen any so no Mite-A-Thol for them.|
|1||X||Frame Lifter And Scraper||HD-620|
|My Wife bought me a Frame Grip with manipulation tool (M00749) that I really like and use often.|
|1||X||The Hive and the Honey Bee||M00010|
|1||X||The Beekeeper's Handbook||M00094|
|1||X||3 lbs. Bees With Queen|
|I had the queen marked, but not clipped.|
Mann Lake Ltd.
501 1ST ST S
HACKENSACK MN 56452-2526
Rossman Apiaries Inc.
PO BOX 909
MOULTRIE GA 31776-0909
Dadant & Sons Inc.
51 S 2ND ST
HAMILTON IL 62341-1370
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm
610 BETHANY CHURCH RD
MORAVIAN FALLS NC 28654-9755