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Making cut comb and bottling honey from our last five foundationless honey frames of new. This method was copied from Backwards Beekeepers shown here:\r
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I should mention that this is the poor mans version of crush and strained honey. Plastic buckets from the hardware store contain BFA, a substance that is generally not good for humans. I doubt much BFA would get into the honey in this process because the honey isnt stored in the plastic. It mostly just passes through the plastic funnels and sits in the plastic bucket for less than a day. But still, food-grade plastic buckets are preferable. Honey meant for public consumption should never come in cont with non-food-grade plastic.\r
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Non-RIAA music by Greg Brown:\r
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Making cut comb and bottling honey from our last five foundationless honey frames of new. This method was copied from Backwards Beekeepers shown here:\r
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I should mention that this is the poor mans version of crush and strained honey. Plastic buckets from the hardware store contain BFA, a substance that is generally not good for humans. I doubt much BFA would get into the honey in this process because the honey isnt stored in the plastic. It mostly just passes through the plastic funnels and sits in the plastic bucket for less than a day. But still, food-grade plastic buckets are preferable. Honey meant for public consumption should never come in cont with non-food-grade plastic.\r
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Non-RIAA music by Greg Brown:\r
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I demonstrate how to cut queen cells, and put them with a frame of bees to do splits.Beekeeping made easy. Beekeepers interested in making their own queens don’t miss this video. Please excuse me dropping the camera. It happens, lol.

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