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What do you do with the dead out frames

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Leezbeez:
My first hive and only hive didn?t make it! Pretty sure it was varroa! But what can I do with these frames full of uncapped honey and looks like some bee bread? How do I know if it has fermented? Is it safe? Bees were alive two weeks ago.






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Acebird:
Not bee bread, frass from varroa.  Freeze the frames if you can and use them for the next hive in the spring.

BeeMaster2:
LJ bees,
Welcome to Beemaster.
I definitely see a lot of mite poop. I?m not sure what is in the cells that has creamy white. It looks like larvae that is liquified.
Hopefully someone else here recognizes it.
If not have your bee Inspecter look at it.
Jim Altmiller

The15thMember:
Leez, is that top picture of brood or honey?  That is really weird looking.  I see a lot of hive beetles on that bottom board insert, could it be perhaps something they did after the hive collapsed? 

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