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Ted Wilcox's Discussions

Trap out wanted in Brick Wall in Ventana Ranch West

Trapout wanted in Ventana Ranch West.  Bees have taken up residence in an outside block wall.  Resident has small children and wants to have bees removed rather than exterminating them.  If…Continue

Started May 1, 2014

Bee Colony in a Closet
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I just got a call for a hive in a closet.  The homeowner would like someone to remove them.  The homeowner did not call me, another lady, Vickie did.  She thinks the location is North Valley.  If…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by ron brooks Apr 16, 2014.

Repelling Bees
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Does anyone have a good home remedy for repelling bees from house walls?  I have read about Orange Oil, Tea Oil, Vinegar and other things.  Has anyone tried any of these?  How do they work? Ted Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carolyn Hammack Apr 12, 2014.

Bee Removal in the San Mateo and Commanche area
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I got an email this afternoon about bees in a block wall.  The homeowner wants to get it removed without harming the bees.  I am not interested in this one.  If you would like to take a look, please…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ted Wilcox Apr 9, 2014.

 

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Ted Wilcox replied to Kim's discussion Top Bar Hives with Healthy Colonies For Sale
"It is Dr Schuyler.  He is great.  He doesn't give the shots, a nurse does.  I am the only patient they are currently treating for bees, so the people in the clinic don't know that much about it.  Every once in a while I…"
yesterday
Ted Wilcox replied to Kim's discussion Top Bar Hives with Healthy Colonies For Sale
"Kim, there are several other beekeepers in this organization who have had the treatments.  I started mine about 3 years ago.  My allergist gave me a test of about 100 different allergens and about 5 different stinging insects.  Bees…"
Sunday
Ted Wilcox replied to Kim's discussion Top Bar Hives with Healthy Colonies For Sale
"Kim, I have enough hives, but I wanted to say that I developed the same allergy a few years back.  I have been getting allergy treatments since then, and I am up to the equivalent of two bee stings per month.  I am a lot more confident…"
Sunday
Ted Wilcox posted a discussion

Trap out wanted in Brick Wall in Ventana Ranch West

Trapout wanted in Ventana Ranch West.  Bees have taken up residence in an outside block wall.  Resident has small children and wants to have bees removed rather than exterminating them.  If interested contact John-Michael at 505-550-1173 or email at jmvaisa@gmail.com.See More
May 1, 2014
ron brooks replied to Ted Wilcox's discussion Bee Colony in a Closet
"need some bees cut out call me, ron at 505 804 6794"
Apr 16, 2014
Ted Wilcox posted a discussion

Bee Colony in a Closet

I just got a call for a hive in a closet.  The homeowner would like someone to remove them.  The homeowner did not call me, another lady, Vickie did.  She thinks the location is North Valley.  If interested, please give Vickie a call ASAP at 639-0138.See More
Apr 15, 2014
Carolyn Hammack replied to Ted Wilcox's discussion Repelling Bees
"I know insects in general do not like citrus. We save all of our citrus peels to repel insects around the house. We toss them in our chicken coop. Chickens do not eat citrus, but I figure the peels help keep the insects at bay. We also make a…"
Apr 12, 2014
Ted Wilcox posted a discussion

Repelling Bees

Does anyone have a good home remedy for repelling bees from house walls?  I have read about Orange Oil, Tea Oil, Vinegar and other things.  Has anyone tried any of these?  How do they work? Ted See More
Apr 11, 2014
Ted Wilcox replied to Ted Wilcox's discussion Bee Removal in the San Mateo and Commanche area
"Ron,  I sent your number to Edna.  We are doing great, thanks.  Hope you are doing well too.  Lots of swarms out there!   Ted"
Apr 9, 2014
ron brooks replied to Ted Wilcox's discussion Bee Removal in the San Mateo and Commanche area
"Hey Ted can you give her my number? how are you doing?"
Apr 9, 2014
Ted Wilcox posted discussions
Apr 8, 2014
Ted Wilcox replied to Christina Parlapiano's discussion Swarm Question
"Multiple swarms are not uncommon as Raymond said.  They are to be avoided in your own hives, though, if possible.  They can leave the original hive without enough resourses to survive.  At times the afterswarms are so small, they…"
Apr 8, 2014
William B. McCoy left a comment for Ted Wilcox
"Hello Ted Wilcox My name is William B. McCoy and I am trying to get started in Beekeeping in West Virginia.    I have contacted my state Agriculture Department, and they inform me that they have a program called Veterans &…"
Mar 25, 2014
ron brooks left a comment for Ted Wilcox
"Hey Ted,hows it going ..just wondering if you did that cut out or if you wouldn't mind sending me the info ?"
Mar 15, 2014
Ted Wilcox replied to tom nims's discussion bee or wasp
"There is a local wasp.  I believe it is called a Pollen Wasp.  It is a nectar and pollen gatherer.  It looks very similar to a bee, but has bright colors and no hair.  I asked about this a year or so back.  These are the…"
Dec 12, 2013
Ted Wilcox replied to Frank R Smith's discussion Africanize bees in New Mexico
"I have been told that Africanized bees do not survive the winter here.  Apparently some still get up this far north occasionally because they swarm so vigorously.  Some of the native bees here are quite aggressive, but I don't know…"
Sep 30, 2013

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About me:
I tried beekeeping about 9 years ago. I made an elaborate TBH, but was never successful in getting a colony started. For health reasons I had to give up the hobby. I am thinking about getting started again and would love to have a mentor I can help and learn from.
I use the following type of bee hives:
Top bar
How best to reach me (Public email or phone)
tw@wilcoxent.com

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At 6:34pm on March 25, 2014, William B. McCoy said…

Hello Ted Wilcox

My name is William B. McCoy and I am trying to get started in Beekeeping in West Virginia.    I have contacted my state Agriculture Department, and they inform me that they have a program called Veterans & Warriors to Agriculture Project in my state for Vet.   I would like to go with the Top Bar Type of hive instead of the Langstroth hive I feel the Top Bar would be better.   But back here all they ever seen or work with is the Langstroth.   So, I now have to convince them back here the Top Bar is worth a try, and can make money.   I was told you done research in this area and you could help me.  I can be reached at  mccoybill47@yahoo.com or call me at 304 641 2216 

Thank you

William B McCoy

At 6:49pm on March 15, 2014, ron brooks said…

Hey Ted,hows it going ..just wondering if you did that cut out or if you wouldn't

mind sending me the info ?

At 4:17pm on July 16, 2012, Ron Brooks said…

hey ted

At 10:00pm on June 27, 2012, Craig Noorlander said…

I have ordered 25 queens and it works out with shipping to be $32.00.  They will be coming in Thursday sometime and I will take some to Ken’s Friday at around 5:00 p.m. and I can meet people at the K-Mart on I-40 and Carlisle around 6:00 p.m….  If you can’t make it either of those places or times please let me know and I will work out something with you.  Thanks.

At 5:05am on November 9, 2011, Ed Costanza said…

Hi Ted,

Welcome to Albuquerque Beekeepers.  If you have any questions just ask. You said you are looking for a mentor.  What area do you live in?

 

Ed Costanza

ed@nmhoney.com

www.nmhoney.com

 
 
 

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