Beekeeping,Beekeepers Open feeding Honey bees sugar,corn syrup in drums to honey bee hives,Georgia

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georgiabees.blogspot.com Beekeeping, Beekeeper open feeding semi load,double deeps 440 beehives corn syrup, sugar blend from 24 - 55 gallon drums, in Georgia. These doubles will be split into 880 beehive singles if not sent to California for almond pollination in January. This bee yard is not mine but I wanted to show another honeybee feeding system on large scale when time is short.

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  1. jwalk1014
    4:08 am on March 31st, 2010

    holy crap! Iv got some catching up to do.

  2. prometheusjohnson
    4:29 am on March 31st, 2010

    @spangledude i think most of it is grown with growth hormones and pestisides because monsanto has corn pretty much locked down.

  3. orcuttnyc
    5:23 am on March 31st, 2010

    How do you treat for varoa on such a scale?

  4. gstonegraphix
    5:58 am on March 31st, 2010

    Is this the regular beeyard or did you have to stop somewhere,unload your semi and feed the bees? I love your videos but we are getting no sound on this one.maybe you can type some text over it to explain. thanks

  5. spangledude
    6:45 am on March 31st, 2010

    Hello,
    Do you know whether your corn syrup comes from corn grown without systemic pesticides?

  6. poprocz
    7:11 am on March 31st, 2010

    And to think they all find their way back to their box.
    Btw, I am getting no sound, is that supposed to happen.

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