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Top bar beekeeping expert and author Les Crowder sat down with HoneyLove President & Co-Founder Rob McFarland at the 2014 California State Beekeepers Association Conference in Valencia, CA to discuss his life as a beekeeper, his advice for beekeepers at every level, how urban beekeepers can help the situation for bees, his experience's beekeeping in Jamaica, and of course his embrace of the top bar beehive.
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Susan wells I don't know if you have gotten an answer yet. I'm sure you have by now. I believe 13 inches would be too short I wouldn't go less than 15. You would kind of be cramming them in making them more prone to swarm.
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