Pollen cells filled with eggs from laying worker bees.

April 8, 2013
by Anita Deeley
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Laying Workers In Package Bees?

Laying Workers in Package Bees? Yes, it happened. But it shouldn’t. Upon inspecting one of my newly installed packages last week to check for eggs,  I came across this lovely sight – not one, not two, but multiple eggs per … Continue reading

August 7, 2012
by Anita Deeley
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Michael Bush At The Treatment Free Beekeeping Conference

Michael Bush At The Treatment Free Beekeeping Conference At the Beginner’s Intensive segment of the Treatment Free Beekeeping Conference Michael Bush gave a talk.  Micheal has a wonderful website where he posts all of his PowerPoint presentations.  If you have … Continue reading

June 14, 2012
by Anita Deeley
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Requeening – When A Queen Stops Laying

Requeening – When A Queen Stops Laying Brian’s hive Squill has been having Queen related issues from the get-go.   After installing the bees from a package, they did not accept their queen immediately.  Then finally caved and set her … Continue reading