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Dee Lusby Organic Beekeeper 2013

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Dee Lusby Organic Beekeeper 2013
Dee Lusby Organic Beekeeper 2013
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A trip to the bee yard with Dee Lusby, a Treatment Free Beekeeper with over 700 hives in southern Arizona. Dee does not use any chemicals, treatments or artificial feeds of any kind. Her bees are small cell bees raised using housel positioning and an unlimited broodnest system. Most of her hives are 5 deeps tall. For more information please visit http:www.beverlybees.com.
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