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honey bees are generally not

Honey bees are generally not aggressive and it takes a lot to stir them up more then most people think. If they have some africanized genes they can be more aggressive but they only survive in the south side of the US. If you are anywhere where you have four seasons no worries. But even the the Africanized bee stories are over blown.

Give it a go my bees are like pets I love them and hate to see even one of them die. I got a colony last June out of a tree that has 6 combs drawn I accidently knocked some of their comb down trying to get the branch and not one tried to sting me. They were agitated but still none tried to attack.

I have got several calls this year for swarms and picked up one for some folks I made a hive for.

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