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2014/05/03

Small hive changes

I removed my mid level entrances. With the screened bottom boards and the temps getting to 40's at night still, I was worried the cluster would get chilled to badly at night. I'll re-open the top entrances once the weather really warms up.

The bees are doing food. I removed the top feeder and the bees had built up burr comb under it, I

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