Wallace Family Apiary

Beekeeping in the South West by Wallace Family Apiary

Now for a peak at how our two new colonies are doing

Since our last post our division feeders came in, and we filled them with 1:1 sugary syrup. Saturday we went into the colonies to check out their progress, access the colonies and see what their needs maybe. We where pleasantly surprised that both colonies where taking down the syrup down well; although one of the colonies had taken a substantial bit more. We have a video for you and I know you will enjoy. Enjoy the video and Happy Beekeeping…..oh Yea and happy Labor day. Tomorrow we are going to re-fill the division feeders and continue to do so as needed at least every Saturday. Again enjoy our video and Happy Beekeeping from Kitty and Bee!

 

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  1. [...] Now for a peak at how our two new colonies are doing (wallacefamilyapiary.wordpress.com) [...]

    Pingback by The CANDY BOARD can…by Kitty-N-Bee Wallace Family Apiary « Wallace Family Apiary | September 24, 2012 | Reply

  2. Hi! I’m here in Los Alamos myself. I’m a nurse and keep bees on the side. I’d love to meet you! My boyfriend is the general manager at the Los Alamos Co-op Market, so I’m often there. That might be a nice place to meet up. Let me know, Sharon

    Comment by Sharon Barefoot | September 6, 2012 | Reply

    • Sharon I”m here in Los Alamos as well & I am an RN. I work at Los Alamos Medical Center. Do you work at the hospital, here in LA? Yes I would love to meet you and your boyfriend. One of these Saturdays I could bring my soon to be bride and we could all meet. Very cool and Happy Beekeeping!!!
      http://Www.wallacefamilyapiary.yolasite.com
      I’ve also got a bunch of videos on youtube. Just type in the search place Wallace Family Apiary
      Nice to meet you Sharon.

      Comment by Wallace Family Apiary- Kitty and Bee | September 6, 2012 | Reply

  3. Fun making this video with Elizabeth

    Comment by Wallace Family Apiary- Kitty and Bee | September 6, 2012 | Reply


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