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  Honey Harvest 2004  
I started keeping bees the spring of 2003 with 1 hive, 3 pounds of bees and a queen. Last fall I had a total of 4 hives, two were weak and they were combined. We went into the winter with 3 hives. One year later I have 2 of those hives remaining.

I do not use any type of chemicals on my hives to control or check mites. These ladies have not even been treated with terrimyacin. Until I see the need arise, I'd rather the bees become stronger through their own ability instead of weakened by use of mitacides and anti-biotics.

Being just a beginner beekeeper, I can not give you much advice, but I will direct you to some very helpful websites about beekeeping!

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