Then there were three

Hive two started making several swarm cells so I took the opportunity to make a split.

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I know it’s not painted. Had to trow it together quick. This one will be Nuc 1. I took it to Meyers outyard wich is also a new one for me. He has a fairly sizable produce farm. This location should be interesting.

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