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Joe Wesbrook
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  • Albuquerque, NM
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Joe Wesbrook's Friends

  • Raymond Espinoza
  • Jesie
  • Randy Elliott
  • Mark Hamilton
  • Mike Fickling
  • Lorene Pyeatt
  • Christina Allday-Bondy
  • Dave Ellis
  • DJ and Margaret Nickles
  • Carl Ekburg
  • Jessie Brown
  • Rick and Michelle
  • lauri
  • Miguel – Apitherapist 750-1455
  • Randy S.

Joe Wesbrook's Discussions

Something new in beekeeping? Self-Harvesting Honey?

My daughter spotted this on Facebook and passed it on to me.  I was, and am, skeptical, but take a look at the FAQ page for these folks and see what you think.  It doesn't appear to discriminate…Continue

Started Feb 17

Africanized bees reach Colorado
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Tags: Colorado, honeybees, Africanized

Started this discussion. Last reply by ron brooks Jul 21, 2014.

Stolen Tools

Sometime Monday night, April 15, 2013, someone broke into my station wagon and stole my beekeeping toolbox.  Those of you who know me know the kind of toolbox I carry my kit in--an aluminum box…Continue

Tags: tools, stolen

Started Apr 16, 2013

2 large honey processors settle with US Dept. of Justice on illegal importation of honey

2 very large honey processors--Honey Solutions, in Baytown, TX, and Groeb Farms, of Onsted, MI (with offices in Baytown, TX) have agreed to pay millions of dollars in fines to the federal government…Continue

Started Feb 26, 2013

 

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I use the following type of bee hives:
Langstroth
My bee hives are primarily located here (ZIP code):
87110

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At 9:24am on September 2, 2014, Lorene Pyeatt said…

Hi Joe,

Just checking.  I want to get it right this time.  My bees are still using sugar water and storing only a little honey.  To prepare for the winter, I'm thinking about asking George to build some of the sugar feeders.  As I understand it, they are just a 2" space  in the bottom of the hive where I can put granulated sugar, enough to support them over winter. Do you think this is a good idea?  

At 2:27pm on March 26, 2014, valerie roybal said…

Hello Joe,

Thank you so much for presence, assistance, and knowledge with my hive last week! I greatly appreciate it!

Valerie

At 10:21am on January 20, 2012, Jessie Brown said…

Never mind my last comment, looks like it will be a trapout that can be pushed to the spring, but I still would like to hear your opinion on winter removal survival!

Thanks

 
 
 

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