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John Gagne
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Nucs For Sale

Late spring nucleus colonies for sale.5 frame nucs, standard equipment consisting of bees, brood, food stores and newly mated carniolan queens. Not suitable for top bar application.Santa Fe pick-up. …Continue

Started Jun 25, 2017

Nucleus Colonies

Late spring nucleus colonies for sale.5 frame nucs, standard equipment consisting of bees, brood, food stores and newly mated carniolan queens. Not suitable for top bar application.Santa Fe pick-up. …Continue

Started Jun 25, 2017

Kelley Tank For Sale

For Sale:   Walter Kelley Stainless Steel Multi-Purpose Tank with numerous uses: Heated bottling tankWax melter compartmentUncapping tankWater filled compartment for liquefying buckets of…Continue

Started Feb 4, 2017

5 Frame Standard Nucs

I should have some 5 frame nucs from my bees available again this spring. Last year's pick up was last week of April. Not suitable for top bar application. Santa Fe location. Email if interested.

Started Feb 19, 2015

 

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At 9:30pm on May 12, 2011, S Johnson + J Phillips said…

Hi John--

Thanks for the call! They were a lovely (and very large) bunch and the owners of the property were great.  We'll have them in a new home by tomorrow!

Thankyou!

Seah

At 9:10pm on April 24, 2011, S Johnson + J Phillips said…

Hello!

Thanks for giving that lovely swarm such a great new home the other day! Let us know if you ever have any swarms or cutouts you can't make it to- we're happy to play whenever we can--

 

Thankyou!

Seah

At 10:54pm on June 11, 2010, Andy Wright said…
John, the Bernalillo call on Thu was a newly established and thriving hive about 25 feet up in a huge cottonwood. The bees could be anywhere in the tree so I suggested that the people learn to live with it as it didn't seem very obtrusive. They wanted to cut it down but that seemed pretty impractical. I educated as best I could. Thanks for the call. Andy
 
 
 

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