"It may be to cold to feed because bees will culster around 40 degrees. They will not break to feed. But you can try they will feed during daytime tempertures. Hopefully in the 60s. If you can move some empty frames in the top middle from the bottom…"
I am 48 years old. I live in cleveland Ohio. I love the outdoors and livestock. I love camping in Ohio. I love Flee markets and the Cuyahoga County Fair. Also I have a vision for sweet honey flowing in cleveland. This can only happen by growing a local food base.
What gifts can you give to Cleveland's local food community?
What knowledge and practices do you want to learn?
My bees made it through the winter in good shape. Over the winter I built a top bar hive. I put it out next to the other one.Maybe I'll get lucky and some bees will take up residence on their own. That's as much of a plan as I have so far.