Kiaora from New Zealand

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Kiwibee
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Kiaora from New Zealand

Postby Kiwibee » Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:23 pm

Hi everyone,

I'm new to bee keeping, have been reading up on bees and ways to keep them for a few years now. I'm in the process of making a bait hive ready for swarm season. I hope to get a couple of hives from a beekeeper that currently uses organic treatments and will go from there. I feel I kind of need to get the hang on keeping needfirst possibly using organic treatments until I learn how to split hives etc and have a way to keep my bees going....as yet I'm undecided, more reading required!! Glad to find a forum that supports treatment free sustainable beekeeping...this is definitely where I want to head ☺

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Nordak
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Re: Kiaora from New Zealand

Postby Nordak » Wed Jun 28, 2017 11:22 pm

Hello Kiaora, welcome to the forum.

Kwalt
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Re: Kiaora from New Zealand

Postby Kwalt » Thu Jun 29, 2017 12:43 am

Welcome Kiaora

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SiWolKe
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Re: Kiaora from New Zealand

Postby SiWolKe » Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:12 am

Hi Kiaora,
nice to meet you here!
:)
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Re: Kiaora from New Zealand

Postby moebees » Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:08 pm

Hi Kiaora, Glad you are here.
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