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Old September 22nd, 2018, 09:34 AM
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Well my Maple brothers and sisters, I'm take up bee keeping, been reading the posts here, researching online and have been attending the local bee club meetings, there is a lot to it, more then I thought. I have no bees yet, started building a top bar hive and a bee trap, looking forward catching a swarm this spring, and start our new adventure. I see it's been awhile, the last post was Dec 2016. I'm in need of bee keeping education and knowledge, so lets get a posting folks
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Old January 31st, 2019, 10:07 PM
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I am a noob, started with two nucs in August of '18. I can only state one thing with confidence: beekeepers can disagree on pretty much anything.

If you can find a mentor, great. If you can take a class, great. If you can take an online course, great. If there is a club nearby, I'd recommend that.

Have fun!
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