I always wondered how much work and knew it was a workout when I was moving bees, doing inspections, etc. Universe decided to intervene and flip my watch on to track a workout.
All looked good, few were loaded w/ quite a few drones.
Busy 3 hours of inspections! Got a great start shaking out gear to add to the packages and transition to the top feeders.
Based on follow up inspections was about 7-8 days too late, weather sucks! I’ll have to do some kind of a follow up treatment to get all those mites that are unde rtha cappings…leaning towards Formic Acid treatment.
Here’s an example of a drone laying queen!
Will be doing more stuff in front of the camera this year vs always having the go pro.
Last of the inspections for all the packages I installed 04/16/2022. They seem to be growing nicely and will need some more room added soon!
I’m sure it was probably raccoons…they robbed me of 20 gallons of syrup 😦 Lesson learned….
Went through my three hives at home, unfortunately my go pro didn’t catch 2 of the inspections. Breeder had 8/9 frames of brood, Harbo supercedure had 5/6 and my ii had 3/4.