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Valencia County Beeks

This group is for Valencia County Beekeepers and Valencia County residents in need of beekeeper services to share their needs and experiences.

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Latest Activity: Oct 14

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How does one get on the swarm list? 1 Reply

I'm new here and don't know how to get on the swarm list.  My son made a bee hive with the help of his uncle and we need a swarm to fill it.  Long story but we don't want to trash son's bee hive.…Continue

Started by Amy Frank. Last reply by Raymond Espinoza May 17, 2016.

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Comment by Elizabeth Lake on October 14, 2017 at 12:18pm

I will find it and repost!  :)

Comment by Raymond Espinoza on October 11, 2017 at 4:48pm

Elizabeth Lake please repost the picture of the bee in Bosque Farms, I inadvertantly deleted it, opps, anyway I think the picture represents a member of the Colletidae family perhaps; Caupolicana yarrowi, members of this family are collectively referred to by their common name as Plasterer bees, because they "plaster" the inside of their habitat (hole in ground) to waterproof it.

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Comment by Raymond Espinoza on July 17, 2016 at 2:23pm

Welcome to Valencia county beeks Elizabeth.

Comment by Amy Frank on May 17, 2016 at 7:17am

Does anyone know of any one else who makes T.J. Carrs top bar kits.  The man T.J. sent us to doesn't have any kits and doesn't know when he will be having any more.  

Comment by Raymond Espinoza on May 27, 2014 at 9:05pm

We sure needed the moisture, alfalfa is blooming, saw some white clover that really looked healthy by Los Lunas. Darn most all the Alfalfa pastures immediatly around me were rotated into grass this year. 

 

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