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Beekeepers Turn to Anti-Theft Technology

Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise Daisy Nguyen, Associated Press Beekeeper Helio Medina displays a beehive frame outfitted with a GPS locater that will be installed in one of the beehives he rents. Rich Pedroncelli/AP For a few frenzied weeks, beekeepers from around the United States truck billions of honeybees to California to…
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Having issues rendering wax

Hey y'all, I was gifted some old hive boxes I'm restoring but the brood wax is incredibly dark and I'd prefer to not reuse. My question really is, how long do I need to boil this stuff to render the wax out? I've tried a few times, usually doing 6 frames of the dark honeycomb…
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Looking for a training platform that lets you evaluate the contents of individual cells

I was doing some research last Spring and came across a website that trains you on how to individually evaluate a cell. These were close up pictures of honeycomb with open and closed brood, resources, diseased larvae – really anything that might exist in a cell. I believe it was an attempt at crowd sourcing…
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Found Honeycomb

Hey guys! So I just found a dried out honeycomb hanging on a tree and I took it home. Was wondering what I could do with it. Any suggestions? (Edible?, make candles, etc.) https://preview.redd.it/1r9isi52u5681.jpg?width=1536&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ca5c96c3580ca868e12a4cb3186d70bd2b42855e submitted by /u/LeadingNotice3 [link] [comments]

So beautiful the way they setup their honeycomb

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Don’t change the honeycomb!

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Why Are Honeycomb Cells Hexagonal?

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