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Carniolan Queen Bees, Carniolan Queens, Queens, Queen Bees, Mite Resistant, Survivor Stock
Carnolan Queen Bee. These Queen bees are a prolific dark/black bee variety. They are excellent producers and use less propolis that other races of bees and a which is great for comb honey production as the combs/frames have little propolis on them and have nice white capping's making a very beautiful product! However they do not breed up when there is no nectar flow or pollen available and may not be suitable for all climates because of this trait They are raised from select breeder queens and drones that are both Carniolan and the resulting queens and workers are pure Carniolan. They are available in Instrumentally Inseminated Breeder Queens, or open mated (Naturally mated) queens that are mated with my survivor stock of my Ohio bees and may also have some Russian, Cordovan, Minnesota Hygienic and Italian in them as these drones are also in my apiary. It makes for a very nice mix of gene diversity and good traits in a honeybee. If you wish I also offer this queen in a Instrumentally Inseminated Queen that is a pure Carniolan as both drones and queen are Carniolan The hives that are excellent producers and are selected for mite resistance naturally and are NOT chemically treated for mites as genetic selection is a better option than chemicals in the long run as it will not select for stronger mites, but stronger and resistant bees.
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THE US POSTAL SERVICE HAS ADDED A "Special Handling fee" for lives. approximately $10.00 for (Queen Bees, Nucs) I am sorry, But I have had to add this cost to shipping fees.