Post by HarryVanderpool on Nov 5, 2004 19:11:06 GMT -7
The Southern Oregon Beekeepers Association has new leadership and their future looks bright. The new president, John Jacob is someone you want to meet. John is a queen breeder and an extremely bright fellow. Please do youself a favor and cross paths with John. Warning! I hear he plays a mean game of chess. (I'll let you all know about that one) ;D Harry
Hi. I lost my hive of bees this winter but have 30 to 40 lbs of honey. Andrew Watson told me i might be able to borrow your honey extractor to salvage my honey. I had only one hive. This was my first attempt at beekeeping. I will try again this season with two hives.
Andrew knows me, I live on Upper Applegate. Sarah, Bee Girl, knows me as well. :)
HarryVanderpool: Great promo by Dave Hackenburg: http://www.weather.com/video/weather-really-matters-to-bees-49164?collid=/news/staff-picks
May 29, 2014 15:40:31 GMT -7
ChadB: Hello,[br] My name is Chad and i'm 30 and live in the santa clara area. I'm new to beekeeping. I have some books and have watched a bunch of you tube. I have come to the conclusion that i am going to make this my profession to take care of my soon to be f
Jul 29, 2014 16:18:08 GMT -7
Lovetta D, : I have six buckets of organic windfall plums which are turning to soup. Would anyone like to feed it to their bees? Here in my yard the honeybees are after it as well as the yellowjackets. I would rather feed bees with it than take it to NW Greenlands.
Oct 1, 2014 8:33:38 GMT -7