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Queen Bees

Queen bees

Prices of queen bees

– not firtelized 5 €

firtelized natural 10 € 

inseminated 15 €

– inseminated doubly – 20€

 Reproductive – 50 € 

Shipping to EU countries 10 €

Time 4-5 days

 

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Gospodarstwo Pasieczne Tomasz Strzyż

Kwiatkowice 42A, 59-230 Prochowice

Bank PKO BP (INTELIGO)

50 1020 5558 1111 1576 2540 0088

 

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The CAR „Cr” line has a good spring development rate. It is a universal bee, suitable for all kinds of nectar from the early (rape) to the late ones (acacia, raspberry, lime, buckwheat). The bee is gentle and doesn’t show any swarming tendencies. The dynamic spring development and diligence result in high honey efficiency. Bees of this line are valued by beekeepers in the regions of Greater Poland, Lower Silesia, as well as in the area of ​​the Sudeten Mountains and Foothills. Recommended for both industrial and small home apiaries.

The CAR „Ca” line makes a good use of the early nectar (orchards, dandelion and rape), because it is characterized by a very early and dynamic spring development. It also copes well with the later nectar. It manages well during typical stable winters without violent increases of temperature. The winters with a high temperature amplitude result in a high rate of fall and consumption of stocks. The bees place the honey more likely in the nest, and only after that in the extension. Particularly useful in regions where plant vegetation starts early, i.e. in the western and central parts of Poland, and in the Pomerania region. Recommended for all types of apiaries.

– The CAR „AS” line – originally bred for our own needs, performs excellently with the medium-term and late nectar. The bees are very gentle, overwinter well, and don’t cause any serious problems. In the middle of June there is a swarming tendency that can be controlled easily.

The CAR „N” line is distinguished by high honey efficiency. The bees are very prolific and suitable for the apiary enlargement. They also go willingly over to the extensions. They use both honeydew and nectar. They overwinter very good, hold on to the honeycomb, are little busy and exceptionally gentle.

   

The CAR „Alsin” line  – early, dynamic development. When the nectar is moderate, the bees maintain good dynamics of reproduction throughout the whole season. The fertility of families is average to high. Honey productivity – they already use the earliest nectar and work very well throughout the whole season on various types of nectar. They achieve high honey productivity, also on honeydew. Gentleness – the bees are very gentle, during the nectar period you can work with them without smoke. Swarming tendency – the families feature minimal swarming tendency but require a good nest expansion in the period of in abundant nectar. Winter hardiness – very good. For winter nesting they don’t need any additional insulation. They tolerate long winter nesting well. Other features – the bees collect large amounts of pollen. The bee families of this line are very well suited for creating nucleuses. The bees are active even if the weather is not too good.

The CAR „Prima” line was derived from the German Carnolian bees and Sklenars. The bees are lightly colored, little active, very gentle and hold on strongly to honeycombs. A line with a very good dynamics of spring development; the bees create strong families. The line is characterized by very good honey efficiency and use of nectar throughout the whole season. Restricting the queens in the process of laying eggs occurs already on early nectar. They don’t show any swarming tendency and overwinter very well.

The CAR „Gema” line – The line was developed from the T, Si, L bee populations imported from Austria and Yugoslavia. The bees feature a high degree of honey productivity, they use particularly well the mid-early and late nectar. A line with good dynamics of spring development, creates strong and very strong families. Restricting the queens in the process of laying eggs occurs at intensive and late nectar. The swarming tendency is rarely easy to control. The bees are gentle, quite busy, but holding on to combs. They are willing to occupy the hive extensions and upper body. They overwinter very well.

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Kwiatkowice 42a, 59-230 Prochowice, Poland

Email

pasieka@strzyz.prochowice.pl

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+48 767 592 000