1. Please check out my blog for more detailed info: http://bees.chrisinch.com/update-on-foundationless-frames/

    This video shows how bees have drawn fresh comb, completely on their own, without the aid of a wax foundation that is typically used in Langstroth beehives.

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  2. For more beekeeping awesomeness, please give my blog a chance: http://bees.chrisinch.com

    This summer I brought my cousin's husband out to the beeyard to give a lesson on beekeeping. Along the way we discovered some comb that was crooked and built between two frames.

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  3. For more information, please visit my blog: http://bees.chrisinch.com

    In this video, I show how I remove bees from my full honey frames by shaking them in the front of the hive and then having a friend brush the remaining bees off with a bee brush.

    I'd love to hear your feedback. Did you find this useful? Do you have questions? Let me know.

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  4. This is a video of a beekeeper capturing a swarm of bees that have landed in a tree. It shows how the bees are put into a box and later given a new home

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  5. During the first full beehive inspection of 2013, this is what I saw.

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