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beesrus 

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Hi,

Can someone reassure me this is normal behaviour? Been doing this for 2 days now.

Thanks
 

kazmcc 

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Have you treated them recently. I've heard they do this sometimes after treatment.

Oh, btw, where in Stockport do you live? We are neighbours lol
 

beesrus 

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Ahhh thanks, penny dropped... Yes treating them with Apiguard now.

Fantastic just up near fiveways near to poynton. Where are u?
 

Poly Hive 

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If your bees are experiencing abnormal conditions then one has to expect abnormal behaviours?

Relax (it smells in here dad...)

PH
 

kazmcc 

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I am very impressed,you are fast learner.
I know, get me answering peoples questions :D I was praying it was the right answer, lol, I sound like an old hand :p
 

kazmcc 

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Ahhh thanks, penny dropped... Yes treating them with Apiguard now.

Fantastic just up near fiveways near to poynton. Where are u?
Down the A6 in Longsight :(

Or is that up the A6?
 

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