2of3 Beehive building removal,Beekeeping Swarm move into Beekeepers Honey Bee hive


Part 2 of 3,Beekeeping Honeybees beehive removal from building into bee hive. More BEEKEEPING at georgiabees.blogspot.com A honey bee swarm is moved to the safety of Georgia Beekeeper,John Pluta beehive before home owners kill them. A lesson for hobby beekeepers on one way to move a stray honeybee hive. Done in 27 minutes in Milledgeville Georgia by commercial beekeeper John Pluta.Watch other 2 parts.

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  1. heloshark
    9:32 am on February 8th, 2010

    John – when you bring the comb back to your bee yard, what do you do with the comb? Do you place the brood comb in new frames? Do you harvest the honey?

  2. homelease
    10:00 am on February 8th, 2010

    You are either very GOOD or crazy.
    No veil or bee suit!!
    NOT me.

  3. johnpluta
    10:02 am on February 8th, 2010

    Are we having fun yet???

  4. poprocz
    10:50 am on February 8th, 2010

    Lol, just some of the many pleasures of bee keeping I guess.

  5. johnpluta
    11:06 am on February 8th, 2010

    Thanks,I just use my $99 digital camera on video mode.While doing it I had no idea how much honey would be seen dripping down by the camera.Also the bees all over my hat and neck.

  6. poprocz
    11:47 am on February 8th, 2010

    Btw, excellent camera view.

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