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Setting Up Your Bee Yard: Choosing the Location

By Mindy03
October 12, 2011

You have decided to become a beekeeper. Congratulations and welcome to a fascinating hobby. Your next step is to decide where to put your bee yard. Let's take a look at choosing a location.

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JuneBug
Oct 11, 2011 10:57 PM CST
Neat to know that they are just about as easy to please as we are in the location of their homesâ˜ș
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flaflwrgrl
Oct 12, 2011 5:15 AM CST
Great article Mindy. Perfect!
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Name: Margaret
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Mindy03
Oct 12, 2011 8:06 AM CST
Thank you both. They really are easy pets to have and care for.

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