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David McCabe
  • Lake Worth, FL
  • United States

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In need of Bees??

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Aug 19, 2017. 4 Replies

I have 2 water meters with unwanted bees in them and can't take them myself.Adoptive parents must have their own empty hives and gear, nucs would probably be best, and be willing to cut these out of…Continue


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David McCabe is attending Sierra Malnove's event

Introduction to Raising Queens at text 949-784-9714 for location

July 21, 2018 from 12pm to 3pm
We are in routine splitting, queen caging, and grafting here on our farm and would like to invite other beekeepers to see what it takes to raise your own queens. We will choose frames to graft from, cage queens, and make splits for this process.  And we will graft! We invite you to come and check it out and participate in the process.  Come hydrated and well nourished with a good protein breakfast, and bring your protective gear. We will provide drinks, and snacks.See More
Jul 18, 2018

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David McCabe might attend Lee Wisnioski's event

Workshop- Beekeeping 201, 101 at Vice President Eric Baxter's Apiary

April 7, 2018 from 9:30am to 1pm
Saturday April 7, 2018 9:30 am12986 Tangerine Blvd, West Palm Beach, 33412  (Loxahatchee)FREE to members who have paid their dues for 2018$10 for non members.201 Class is limited to 25 participants.Topics: How to split a hive, TRANSFERS from nucs, swarm traps, birdhouses to hive box. Beginners (NEWBEES) 101 ClassHow to pack a smoker.  "Which tools, equipment, bees should I buy.""What's a bee?" ;)Please bring your bee protection gear, if you have it!See More
Apr 3, 2018

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David McCabe liked Anton Hahna's discussion No cemical sluten
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