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Rearing Queens via the DIY Cloake Board Method

Rearing Queens via the DIY Cloake Board Method

Beginner Queen Rearing---great website with lots of information.

Beginner Queen Rearing---great website with lots of information.

Raising Queen Cells Without Grafting – Cut Cell Method

Raising Queen Cells Without Grafting – Cut Cell Method

During the summer months, queen bees can lay up to 2,500 eggs per day. | 11 Things You Should Know Right Now About Honey Bees

11 Things You Should Know Right Now About Honey Bees

During the summer months, queen bees can lay up to 2,500 eggs per day. | 11 Things You Should Know Right Now About Honey Bees

Queen cell: Several queens are laid in the queen cell. The first queen to emerge has to kill the other emerging or unemerged queens.

Queen cell: Several queens are laid in the queen cell. The first queen to emerge has to kill the other emerging or unemerged queens.

This interesting image shows, the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).

This interesting image shows, the hive preparing to swarm. You can see fresh eggs (D) so, there must be a Queen in the colony, there is developing larvae (A) and yet there are 2 Queen cells (B). There are also drone cells (C).

Bee Warm: Wintering Honey Bees | Herbal Academy of New England

Bee Warm: Wintering Honey Bees | Herbal Academy of New England

Making a swarm lure: 1/4 cup olive oil, a wad of beeswax (1/2 of a sheet of foundation), and about 20 drops of lemongrass oil.

Making a swarm lure: 1/4 cup olive oil, a wad of beeswax (1/2 of a sheet of foundation), and about 20 drops of lemongrass oil.

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