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Kurt Bower
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QUEENS POSSIBLY

Post by Kurt Bower »

I may try to put together an order for some early queens if I can find them.
Is anyone interested in queens within the next week or so?
I plan on ordering Carniolans or Italians.
price will be around $20 each.

Let me know.

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Post by Kurt Bower »

Well, since no one was interested, I have placed my order and will have my queens for next week.
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darn, im way behind the curve here, but where did you order from? I might have 1 hive strong enough to split next month.
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Bruce:

Keep us posted if you were able to find any early queens.

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Post by Kurt Bower »

Well Bruce and I ended up getting some of those good early queens out of Florida. Hopefully the Africanized gene isnt too pronounced.
The queens ended up costing $24.75 each.
It's a good thing beekeeping is so profitable. :shock:
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