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Beekeeping: Honey Bees need a new home!!!

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Kaufman, TX

August 8, 2010
4:02 PM

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This is my first time posting, so please bear with me...and I apologize up front for not knowing anything about bees. I learned of a swarm of honeybees on an equestrian trail system today that need to be relocated immediately if anyone is interested in them. They are located near Ennis, Tx. The trails have be out of use for the most part since about last October but are being cleaned up and repairs made as needed and the bees are a major concern. An attempt with local beekeepers has been made, but no takers...we were told it's the wrong time of year to move them? Thing is, they've gotta go, so if anyone is interested please let me know ASAP, otherwise it's not good news for the bees. Thanks for any help.

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