Springy

For the past year I have been keeping bees for a local farm to table restaurant/ event center called “Walhill Farms”. Yesterday I made it out there to look into their bees, and 3 of the four colonies were busting at the seams. I managed to make two splits, and add a hive body to the other hive. If the weather report changes today I’m planning to go over to my hives and make a few splits also. Spring is finally showing up.

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