Added by on 2017-06-08

Removing bee from a wall is always a challenge, especially if the wall has a brick veneer on it. The easy solution, and the one I choose, is to go from the inside of the house and remove the sheetrock. Not knowing the size of the hive is a mystery until you actually see it for the first time. In this case ,I was quite surprised because it was twice the size I was expecting due to the amount of honey that was stored up. Finally, capturing the queen is always a goal in a removal, and this time I was successful in achieving that goal. Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoyed it. Mr. Ed überstreichbare Tapete, Pigment Tapete, Vliestapete, Pigment, Architects Paper, Livingwalls, Livingwalls Cologne, Patent Decor, Patent, Patent 3D, Marburg Patent, Raufaser, Glasfaser, tapezieren, Pigment Longlife, Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsHow to DIY Your Own Low Maintenance Living WallMad Stuff With Rob – Triangle Wall Pocket | Room Decor Ideasliving room ideas green walls Home Design 2015Maars Living Walls – Breathing WallPrivate Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner ‘Living Wall’ Designed by Edése Doret

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  • Do R/C! 6 months ago

    do you bottle and sell this honey aling side your farm production?

  • Marty Trujillo 6 months ago

    You are a Champ Jeff!! I am praising the Lord and keeping bees now for 23 years in the Pleasant Valley Colorado. It is literally the Land flowing with milk and honey. The home of Noosa yoghurt and Pleasant Valley Bees!!!! I have stayed away from removal but now watching you I may start doing removals. Praise the Lord for the amazing bees!!!

  • Rosie Miner 6 months ago

    You have such a peaceful spirit and your heart for Jesus is refreshing to see. I really enjoy your videos and the glory you give back to God.

  • Lisaa mc 6 months ago

    whay did the honey from these taste like wish was sold online for abby

  • Hannah Morgan 6 months ago

    don't you ever get stung?

  • Sue Catlady 6 months ago

    Is it me, or is that a HUGE queen?

  • oemar lakunnu 6 months ago

    hy ….guys cek this video

  • Markell Hawthorne 6 months ago

    Free honey!!!!

  • Brenda Morris 6 months ago

    Do you give any honey and comb to the owners?

  • kckrye 6 months ago

    Jeff, that is an INSANE amount of honey in that wall…I've never seen that much.  That was wild.  What did you think when you first saw it?  I did a removal about the same size inside and interior wall but it had nowhere near this amount of honey.  How much honey did you end up getting out of there when you processed it?

  • patricia bell 6 months ago

    I enjoyed your snake in the can giggle fest. .. now I know that giggle when you are behind the camera! We are truly children to Christ! As we as teachers, soldiers, all the rest. .. thanks for sharing!

  • sfk 1 6 months ago

    Hello. I am a big fan of your videos, I just wanted to ask, how many bees are lost in operations like this. I know they have to be removed some how in the end, but it's still humane, right?

  • notcool98 6 months ago

    So is that honey fit for human consumption?

  • VampirellaPR 6 months ago

    This is incredible! Thank you so much for posting.

  • Shaun Barker 6 months ago

    Your welcome Jeff,I always try to watch your videos as do a lot of other folks.i think it's the manner in which you conduct yourself in the videos.
    I'm still puzzled as why the hive died,I think it was the queen problems earlier not having enough time to gain population.
    The good point is that all the Combe is looking good no moth damage

  • Shaun Barker 6 months ago

    You know Jeff I guess I can speak for nearly all the folk that subscribe to you,you are a blessing in disguise and a great beekeeper.
    It's a pleasure pressing the like button in my opinion.
    On a sour note though I wanted to let you know I had a dead out on one hive which I had to deal with yesterday Jan 20th.
    God bless and keep making those great bee vids

  • Jose Ortiz 6 months ago

    what happens to the bees you vacuum?

  • Ad am 6 months ago

    a little bit of spray foam could have prevented this whole mess lol

  • skgerttula 6 months ago

    Do you need to clean the honey left in the walls? I would think leaving it there would encourage another swarm to move in, unless you block the outside entrance of course. 🙂