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Started this discussion. Last reply by jay jacobs Jun 5, 2015. 10 Replies

Does anyone know where I can buy some #8 hardwear cloth?


Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Douglas Nov 3, 2015. 4 Replies

Anyone selling queens at this time? I have 2 queen-less swarms that are in need of a queen.Thank You!!Continue

Bees needed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Easton Apr 20, 2013. 2 Replies

I am in need of some bees. I got 3 queens in a mix up order and I have no bees for them. I will trade the 2 queens for some bees PLEASE!!  Thank You!!!Continue


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Spencer Palmer is attending Lee Wisnioski's event

3rd Annual Fun Family Picnic at John Prince Park

May 20, 2018 from 12pm to 4pm
Bring your family and join the Palm Beach County Beekeepers at John Prince Park for our Annual Fun Family Picnic.Sunday May 20th from noon to 4pm!Honey Tasting contest!  Ribbons will be awarded for the top three.Custom Top Bar hive door prize!  One ticket per family!  ( must be a paid member of PBCBA to win.)                 Please, place in comments your covered food dish or dessert item that you are bringing. See More
May 19

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Spencer Palmer is attending Palm Beach County Beekeepers's event

Holiday Pot Luck Dinner at President Kevin Easton's and Carol's Residence

December 1, 2017 from 6pm to 10pm
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Nov 30, 2017

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At 5:12am on October 11, 2013,
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I would like to put them in areas that we have lots of Bee issues and throughout the county. Mostly in Parks, nature centers, and playground areas where they seem to go often.
At 10:44pm on October 10, 2013,
Al (561) 346-1739

What is your goal for the swarm boxes? 

Prevention of infestation, accumulation of bees,research....?

there are different boxes for different situations.

ball park you are looking at $19- $ 25 each 


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