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Just a shout out to Washington state Warre'ors  RSS feed

 
Ernie Schmidt
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I am curious as to the size of interest in Warre keeping in Washington state. So just a rough survey type of thing. Washington state- Do you keep Warres and how many do you normally have?
 
tel jetson
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I've got five-ish, I think. not totally sure how many are occupied right now, as I've got quite a few set up as bait hives.
 
Gina Cardoza
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I don't have one yet, but I plan on setting one up within the next year. I live in Washougal.
 
Ernie Schmidt
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I have to admit, Tel, I haven't seen a better swarm "attracter" then an empty used Warre. Nothing better then going to open a dead out hive to clean it and being surprised by a swarm that moved in.
 
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