21 min

On Splits, Part two: THE CUT DOWN! (61) Beekeeping at Five Apple Farm Podcast

    • Home & Garden

The ultimate split imo for big overwintered hives: The Cut Down! Requires intermediate skills. To print the diagram go to: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35851139 (free to everyone though I'd welcome you to join as a Friend of Five Apple if you are able!) 
 
 
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Please become a "Friend of Five Apple" on Patreon today and join the folks who make the podcasts possible with a pledge of $4 or more. In addition to huge gratitude, you get:
•  Access to exclusive weekly blog posts including "Tip of the Week" 
•  Special Q&A posts to ask questions about YOUR bees
•  BONUS podcast or early access episode every month! 
•  Input on podcast topics
•  Shout-outs on the show because I appreciate you! 
 Sign up today: https://www.patreon.com/fiveapple
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About Beekeeping at Five Apple Farm: Leigh keeps bees at 3000' in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with around a dozen-plus stands. Hives are managed for bee health with active selection for vigor, genetic diversity and disease resistance. The apiary is self-sustaining (not needing to buy/catch replacement bees since 2010) and produces honey and nucs most every year. 

The ultimate split imo for big overwintered hives: The Cut Down! Requires intermediate skills. To print the diagram go to: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35851139 (free to everyone though I'd welcome you to join as a Friend of Five Apple if you are able!) 
 
 
--
Please become a "Friend of Five Apple" on Patreon today and join the folks who make the podcasts possible with a pledge of $4 or more. In addition to huge gratitude, you get:
•  Access to exclusive weekly blog posts including "Tip of the Week" 
•  Special Q&A posts to ask questions about YOUR bees
•  BONUS podcast or early access episode every month! 
•  Input on podcast topics
•  Shout-outs on the show because I appreciate you! 
 Sign up today: https://www.patreon.com/fiveapple
--
About Beekeeping at Five Apple Farm: Leigh keeps bees at 3000' in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with around a dozen-plus stands. Hives are managed for bee health with active selection for vigor, genetic diversity and disease resistance. The apiary is self-sustaining (not needing to buy/catch replacement bees since 2010) and produces honey and nucs most every year. 

21 min

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