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gasman 

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I have a 5 frame nuc for sale with a 2013 marked queen on National standard frames £100. Can be transferred to your own box or I can put them in a travel if you pay £30 deposit. Please pm me if interested.
 

gasman 

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As it is late in the season I will take a reasonsble offer as this was only for emergencies and I have not needed it. In fact I will be selling off a few colonies to make things more managable if anyone is interested.
 

countryman 

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hi am interested what is your best on the nuc and the colonys
 

loadedtone 

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hi any nucs or colonies still left I was interested in 2 nucs or one full colony
 

stevo 

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Hi have you still got these for sale ?
 

Cb50 

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Hi

Any still for sale?

Thanks
 

BeeJayBee 

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Hi, any left?
You say you're in Tyrone. In all honesty I think you'd be better sourcing your bees locally, rather than shipping them from Suffolk and across the Irish Sea.
 

nubie 

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Cheers, but i travel weekly from England to Tyrone.
 

BeeJayBee 

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Even so, I still think you'd be best sourcing bees for Ireland from another beekeeper or a supplier in Ireland rather than from Suffolk - and you'd presumably be taking them by ferry?
 

itma 

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hi do you have any left
I have looked at thousands of videos read loads after article bout them I know bit bout them and I am very serious to get in i even went to the honey show couple weeks ago. I will register on the course in January or Feb or closer when they are ready to open a hive.
Zee - this is not the time of year for newbees to be buying bees!

Join your local association and go to the meetings - Network!
And do that course.

Think about getting bees after the winter - April/May/June ... by then you should understand why this is good advice!
 

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