Still Going Strong

Because it managed to get into the 70’s today, I opened the hive. If I had known that they had already gone threw the cup and a half of sugar water I gave them last time I would’ve made more. All of the main frames were heavy with capped brood and honey. The majority of the honey stores in the middle of the box had been expanded outward, so that the frame was an uneven waxy field coated in bees. The new queen is doing very well; laying in a perfect pattern. I noticed how much of a color change there’s been in the overall population since the new queen took over. It’s funny how that works. I like this color of bee a lot better though. They’re much prettier, and have a richer color.

There were a few empty frames, but hopefully tomorrow is nice and by the time I get home I can make some more sugar water and help them out again. They didn’t seem too interested in it last time I put it out for them.

I’m surprised they’re still active at this point in the year. I thought they’d be holed up for the winter by now. *shrugs*

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4 responses to “Still Going Strong”

  1. Andrew says :

    After the infestation discovery, your bees stay strong. Tell them I said good job. 😀

  2. nayyirnensi says :

    Wow, your bees are awesome. I heart Batel’s Bees. I mean I like your bees, ya know, from the beehive, yeah those. Well you get my point. I thought your bees were dead at first when you said about them not being holed up, but then I understood, lol. OOOOOOOH, gimme some honey, I like honey, so sweet! rofl.

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