6 thoughts on “Massive bee colony removed from Piedmont home

  1. TOO COOL ??? MY DAUGHTER LOVES BEEZ ?Wants to Keep Some In the Future ( IF POSSIBLE ) City Dweller ? At Present Time Has Bee Tattoos . NOW She’s Gonna Want a CONE HIVE TATTOO TOO?

  2. I wish I could set up a hive in my suburban yard. I keep spanish needle growing and bees are all around it .But I am 86 and have a bad back so I will be satisfied raising six hens who lay eggs regularly and a mango and avocado tree. Glad to hear that the bees and hives will be moved.

  3. As a bee keeper in Middle Tennessee I can say that not removing cone and not washing it down with ammonia will cause problems in future . I have 21 removals in 9 years and only one did I have a problem with i didnt wash it down with ammonia.

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