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At 3:35pm on December 15, 2015, Melodie D'Amour said…

Thank you Ed! I will be in touch this season! 

At 9:34am on January 12, 2015, Ivy Bullard said…
This is not a problem. Thank you .
At 8:41pm on March 31, 2012, robert fraley said…

Hi Ed, My name is Robert I live in Sandia Park. I've been looking for bees for sale. I was told that you might have some bees, if you do I am interested in purchasing them from you.  I can be reached at 508-8828.

At 11:04am on November 24, 2011, henry n monica said…

Hi Ed. Happy Thanksgiving! My wife and i are interested in the dvd from the tax class you put on if its not too late.

At 11:15am on November 19, 2011, Robert Stewart-Rogers said…

Not yet, I still lack the space and funds.  I'm currently just a bee fan, but would be interested in visiting a hive or volunteering my time for a local beekeeper.

At 5:48pm on November 12, 2011, Jean Keller said…

Hello to you and Louella, thanks for the warm welcome. How long have you guys been bee keeping? I'm new to it all but enjoying learning about these bees :-) They sure are neat!

Jean

At 10:15am on November 9, 2011, Jay Barnes said…

Thank you for the welcome.  I have lots of questions, but I'll do some reading before I make inquiries to keep them at a manageable level. I hope to set a hive up in the spring and I have a lot to learn.

At 11:15am on May 30, 2011, Buckner Creel said…
Ed,
     I got a swarm this year from TJ Carr, thank you.  Sorry for the late response, I didn't see your comment/friend request until now.
At 1:09pm on March 30, 2011, Jessie Brown said…
Ed, I never got a chance to thank you for sending contact info for Monica Rudd. I've been making a lot of beauty products and have quite a few questions to pass on to her. Thanks again!
At 6:03pm on March 14, 2011, Jean E foster said…

Hi Ed,

Got your question about chickens eating their own eggs. Once they get a taste they don't stop...I did try putting in an alabaster egg shaped stone in the laying box and that stopped them for a while but a bull snake discovered my coop, swallowed the stone (duh) and then they went after the eggs again if I didn't collect them out of the laying box pronto. If you can figure out which one is doing it then I would say get rid of that hen. You could try an egg shaped stone, it really worked for a while. Poor snake......good luck!, Jeane F.

 

At 10:27am on March 14, 2011, Dana Leach said…

Hi Ed,  

You asked if I've found bees for my top bar hives.  Not yet.  I need to buy a couple of swarms and some of the bee keeping equipment.  I might also need more beekeeping classes to get started.  Is spring the best time of the year to get started?

At 8:45pm on February 14, 2011, Craig Noorlander said…
 I never did get anything stating that I was accepted to the association.  I started getting emails though so I decided to check it out.  It seems that I have been accepted.  Please check out my website (papabearshoney.com) and let me know what you think.  I finally got it up and running (for the most part).  I will continue to tweak it from time to time.  I ordered 105 - 4 pound packages from Lehi Utah and will pick them up on the 30th of April.  I am doing another seminar on the 26th of March at the LDS Chapel.  I know that is a Saturday and you probably won’t go, however if you have any inputs please let me know and I will add them if I can.
At 1:02pm on February 10, 2011, chantal said…

Hello Ed, great suggestion! I'll look into it. That back room doesn't have a projector but I'll ask NMSU if they can change this.

 

In the meantime, are there other facilities you'd like to suggest?

At 8:35am on January 24, 2011, Carl Soderberg said…
Thank you for the contact.  I look forward to meeting with the group.

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