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The Spring Season is the most common time of the year for making additional hives of honeybee.
This is the time mother nature typically provides the abundance of resources that allow bee colonies to grow and flourish. These are mechanisms that trigger reproduction of a colony in the natural environment, known as swarming. When bees are in managed hives, we as beekeepers prefer to attempt to control the reproduction to keep from "losing bees to the trees" as it is often called.
We perform what we call "splits" which means we take the core or nucleus (aka nuc for short) of a colony and manually divide or split the colony into two or more hives. We can ten increase our numbers and / or offer them to other beekeepers.

 

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