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Beekeepers are sometimes called to capture swarms that are cast by feral honey bees or from the hives of domestic beekeepers.

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Jun 2, 2017 ... Sure, to the uninitiated a clinging, pulsing, writhing clot of 10,000 segmented bodies and barbed stingers can be a little intimidating.

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Swarm Lure give you the edge when setting up swarm traps to catch honeybee colonies. Swarm Commander Premium Swarm Lure will give you this edge.

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Beekeepers who catch swarms, usually see large local honey sales. Swarms produce large amounts of honey!

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Feb 26, 2010 ... When you see a swarm of bees like this, over 12 feet in a tree, what to do? I've lost several very large swarms of Honey Bees, only because ...

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Nov 3, 2015 ... To catch swarm of bees and install in beehive can save your money but you have to be ensure the species of bees you're going to catch.

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May 13, 2010 ... If you've ever wondered how to catch a swarm or wanted to learn more, here's a quick photo essay documenting the process. Step 1: Prepare ...

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What do you do when you have an unwanted bee swarm in your home? You call a crazy beekeeper like me! Find out how we safely catch swarms for our apiary!

www.beverlybees.com/duct-tape-a-rock-and-a-string-saved-my-swarm-part-2-of-3

Jun 16, 2011 ... Duct tape used to remove a bee swarm 80 feet high in a tree. Bee Swarm removal from a high tree branch using duct tape, a rock, and a string.