Queen available?

Beekeeping Forum

Help Support Beekeeping Forum:

AMAE 

House Bee
Joined
Apr 13, 2010
Messages
125
Reaction score
0
Location
Berkshire
Hive Type
14x12
Number of Hives
8, +1 new merge(I hope)
I know it's late in the day, but has anyone got a queen available in the Maidenhead, Berks. area (SL6).

Colony has just been test framed and they are Q-, so if anyone can help I'd be delighted to save them......

AMAE
 

oliver90owner 

Queen Bee
Joined
Jul 15, 2009
Messages
15,758
Reaction score
177
Location
Lincolnshire
Hive Type
14x12
6 good colonies? Don't panic.

They have time yet, weather permitting, to requeen themselves and survive!

Obviously better to give them a laying queen, but BTDT.

With so many options (frames of bees, stores, uniting etc) there should be no need to mention the word 'panic'.

I would expect the suppliers have plenty of queens available still.

Regards, RAB
 

AMAE 

House Bee
Joined
Apr 13, 2010
Messages
125
Reaction score
0
Location
Berkshire
Hive Type
14x12
Number of Hives
8, +1 new merge(I hope)
Thanks for the advice Oliver90.

Loath to let them re-queen themselves again...this would be the third try this season for them...they seem incapable of raising a viable queen. Hence the desire for some new blood to give them some direction and purpose.

Here's hoping!!
 

admin 

Queen Bee
Beekeeping Sponsor
Joined
Jul 28, 2008
Messages
6,392
Reaction score
3
Location
Hampshire uk
Hive Type
national
Number of Hives
6
Try a few members on the forum.

Gandolfwhitewizard.
Hivemaker.
Norton.
 

AMAE 

House Bee
Joined
Apr 13, 2010
Messages
125
Reaction score
0
Location
Berkshire
Hive Type
14x12
Number of Hives
8, +1 new merge(I hope)
Many thanks Admin, may well do....
 

Latest posts

Top