Thanks . Watch out for wasps! I was in year 2 on one hive and had caught a swarm for hive 2. They got wiped out in a week. I tried restricting the entrance but it was not to be. Maybe if they had had MMS1 or CDS they’d have been stronger. Without bees we’re in big trouble.
Neula (the cow) is progressing slowly. I feed 3 times a day - 1 litre 14% horse pellets with 10 mls of 6000 PPM CDS (plus 2 cups of my fresh dug carrots and hay). I can't feed more often as she stays with the herd ( was the lead cow ) and that's when I feed them as well. The problem is that she's on the verge of laminitis (lameness) from the pellets so I can't increase the CDS volume (she leaves the tub - I guess it's the smell) and I can't give more pellets to disperse more CDS.
But before I started ( in January) - she was a dead cow (going down fast), so we're grateful for what's been accomplished ( she licks last year's calf - Yuri)
Hi Pam. I put 10 drops straight MMS1 in 1L of water for their waterer with the thought that it will activate slowly over the next day or so. It's a pretty light dose, but they're just new immigrants from New Zealand and certified disease free, so I'd like to keep them that way. Fortunately there are no other bee keepers within 10 miles.
Jim reports on page 175 in the book : "Rats and honey bees were fed ClO2 in high doses of 100 ppm over
a two-year period with no adverse effects. Other such tests were
conducted. (78, 79, and 80) "
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Hi Martin. It's in the chapter ' Chemical Explanation of MMS and Other Data for Laymen and Scientists ' of the ebook, last paragraph before ' References' near the bottom of page 175. Perhaps the page #s are different in the hard copy?
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