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The process of extracting honey from hives has always been laborious, messy, time-consuming, and occasionally painful for beekeepers. It’s also a source of stress for bees that often switch to fight mode during a hive invasion. But a father-and-son team of second- and third-generation beekeepers from Byron Bay, Australia, has spent the last decade redesigning the beehive to make extracting honey painless for both beekeepers and bees. Cedar Anderson, 34, and Stuart Anderson, 60, have developed an innovative beekeeping system that provides honey on tap with no need to crack open and pull apart the hives. After field-testing their invention for three years on beekeepers in Australia and around the world, on Sunday the Andersons launched a Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to raise $70,000 to fund production of Flow Hive. FLIP marine research vessel. WW II Veteran Stories - Vince Speranza. Advertising - What psychological tricks do they use?
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Lift Labs March Match for Essential Tremor. Shocking Surprise for Woman Expecting Identical Triplets. Kimberly Fugate, exhausted after an intensive labor and grueling cesarean section delivery of identical triplets, was ready to breathe a sign of relief, but the Mississippi mother's doctor had a surprise for her.
"They had got the three out and they said, 'More feet,'" Fugate said. "'More feet' ... that's all I heard and I said, 'Nooo! '" A fourth identical quadruplet had somehow been missed by numerous ultrasounds, managing to keep her existence hidden until she popped out behind three of her identical sisters last week at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. "It's one surprise after another," Fugate said. The Fugate four, named Kenleigh Rosa, Kristen Sue, Kayleigh Pearl and Kelsey Roxanne after family members, arrived three months earlier than expected, and just a day before their mother's 42nd birthday.
All four are currently doing well in neonatal intensive care after being born nearly 13 weeks premature. "I haven't been able to hold them yet," Fugate said. Dr. Also Read. The Solar System. Dishwasher Cooking: Make Your Dinner While Cleaning The Plates : The Salt. Hide captionFood writer Dan Pashman says poached pears are great in the dishwasher.
We're not sure about the asparagus, but we'll let you know after the cycle finishes. Maggie Starbard/NPR Food writer Dan Pashman says poached pears are great in the dishwasher. We're not sure about the asparagus, but we'll let you know after the cycle finishes. Study Notes - Series 3 - Episode Fifteen - s3015_notes.pdf. 21 Podcasts For Every Personality. Raccoons Gone Wild ~ Enhanced Video Resource.
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