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simoncav 

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Hi,
I'm trying to post a request for a supplier to provide nucs next spring for our 30 odd trainees starting in Feb 2010, however I can't post in any relevant forums.

Can you please let me know why this is?

Thanks

Simon Cavill
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Sorry about that Simon,It's because the buy/sell section is moderated to stop commercial people from placing adverts.
It also stops sellers taking the p*** by just posting for sale ads on a regular basis and never posting in any other sections of the forum.


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Mike a 

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Welcome to the forums Simon

Hope you don't mind me asking, buying your new members nucs, is that part of the cost of their training or a one off from Fleet to help get them up and running?
If its paid for by the an association thats a very generous welcome present.
Wondering if you could explain how its run please, and how you get round the problem of different hive types if the new members have already bought hives.



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Why don't you put a request in the general section Simon.
 

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