Bee Removal Brownwood
If you need my help with bee removals in and around Brownwood, TX do not hesitate to call me. I am here to help.
When a swarm of Bees fly in and alight in your tree,it is quite an exciting event! Although they are for the most part calm they can be stirred up and become aggressive. Don't let the children use them as a pinata 🙂 Sometimes what looks like a swarm isn't. This looks like a swarm of bees hanging on the eaves of a house. Yes it is on the outside of the building, but look after some of the bees are removed.
This is an established colony with a laying Queen and brood . These bees could not find a suitable home and built one where the swarm landed. In 2013 we removed several of these apparent swarms. Interesting enough the winter this year has been very mild.
You could spray them, but that's not helping the anything. It cost just the same to have an exterminator to spray, as it does to save the bees!
Besides, you will have poison all over the place. About ten thousand bees rotting in your walls. that gets real stinky. next comes secondary predators like the wax moth. The wax moth is only interested in the wax not the honey. They will chew their way through the comb allowing the honey to ooze out and down your walls. This creates a feast for mice, ants and roaches.
Yes you can avoid all this mess, saving environment and the wonderful fruits and veggies that bees are responsible for. check it out.
Butter? That's right. In order to produce enough cream to make lots of butter you must supplement cattle feed with cotton seed. No Bees No Butter.
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