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August 09, 2018

Welcoming Ruby & Rosie - & a new website!

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Dealing with livestock and garden issues requires being able to plan long term. Last Spring we lost our two bee hives, bought 3 nucs, had a good season, built them up and split one, and I've just put them to bed for the Winter.

The main issue this year that I've focused on is moisture inside the hives. It was sickening to scoop out thousands of soggy bee carcasses last Spring and after doing some thinking and reading, I decided that I'd try quilting boxes, which is something brand new for me.

I have high hopes but I won't really know anything until next Spring when I open the hives up again. Then I can assess the situation and begin planning for the following Spring after that.

Clicking on the image will bring you to the video which explains all of this so much better. And of course, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you can follow what's happening on Open Wood Shop & Old Montgomery's Farm!

-- Paul Montgomery, CIEIO


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VIDEOS

Videos that I make around the garden, shop, and yard

all-things-chick-en

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Chicken Coop

bee-kee-ping

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Honey Press

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Centrifuge

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Solar Wax Melter

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Cedar Bee Boxes

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Installing Bees

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Slow Motion Bees

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Honey Harvest

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Hive Top

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Screen Top

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Quilting Boxes

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Quilting Boxes 2

geo-dome green-house

dome greenhouse
Greenhouse

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GH Floor

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Dome Door Retrofit

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Roof Retrofit

mis-cel-la-ne-ous

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Garden Borders

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Rescued Wagon

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Tool Hanger

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Making Pavers

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Making Pavers 2

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Paper Pots


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