Out of the 15 hives in our back yard, one or two or all (most likely not all) are being aggressive. By that I mean if we are out on the deck, in the front yard, working on the pond, grooming plants, we end up with guard bees buzzing around our heads, then they come in for a sting, sometimes. My yorkie was on the deck just laying in the sun one flew up and stung her. She is allergic to them, we keep prednisone to throw down her throat the moment she is stung.Interesting. Just changing out the queen will quiet the hive down? How 'mean' is it?
Thanks, it was a lot of work, not sure I could do it again.
I have Colorado, usually pink pink flowers and multiples. If it Colorado I need to move it out of the hot tub pond, that plant gets huge.
well, lets jsut say in 2010 when addy joined, I was 2 years old, and so that makes me at the time of this thread starting 6 years old!
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