Swarm Cells already

With the weather as warm as it was today I decided to give my hive a quick inspection. Glad I did I found 2 swarm cells in my strongest hive. Plenty of drones but still a little cold to get any queens mated well. Time to get the swarms traps out and ready I think we are going to have a busy swarms season.

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