Comment: I don't know where you live

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I don't know where you live

but if you can get a small beekeeper that owns just a few, most chances he will be glad to come and get them. If you can wait a week or two place an ad in the local shopper.

The thing with large commercial beekeepers they are manipulating hundreds of bee hives every day and just don't have the time. BTW the feral hives caring diseases are total BS, because feral hives come from those commercial beekeepers not getting honey boxes on fast enough. That why we need beekeepers they are always repopulating the wild bees.

I used to get calls all the time but usually by the time I get there they get impatient and spray them. I always tried to save any swarm that was in trouble, but it just pissed me off when they spray them after they call me.

Surviving the killing fields of Minnesota

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