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Sherrie Crusha

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Jun 7, 2015, 9:18:07 PM6/7/15
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I'm near Huntsville. I am looking for someone that sales bees wax.

john mcbride

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Jun 8, 2015, 6:57:21 AM6/8/15
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I have approximately 20 lbs I would sell.  I'm located just west of Centerton.

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I'm near Huntsville. I am looking for someone that sales bees wax.

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Molly Jensen

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Jan 8, 2016, 10:10:18 PM1/8/16
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Hi. Wondering if you still have wax. If so, in what quantities do you sell it? And is it raw? Does it need to be cleaned of debris?

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Raymond Patterson

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Jan 9, 2016, 7:31:40 PM1/9/16
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I do not have any now it will be late summer before I have any


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Hi. Wondering if you still have wax.  If so, in what quantities do you sell it?  And is it raw?  Does it need to be cleaned of debris?

Thanks

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Molly Jensen

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Jan 9, 2016, 10:53:27 PM1/9/16
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Ok. I will probably be interested then.  Looking for a local source for lotions and creams I make.  I am not familiar with how it would come to me, would I need to strain it or anything before I used it? 

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Raymond Patterson

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Jan 10, 2016, 10:49:44 AM1/10/16
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most beekeepers only save the wax from uncapping the honey comb at harvest time which is usually in July or August the capping are us ally clean except for residual honey which can be washed out leaving clean white bees wax. wax can then be melted and used for various things, if you are familiar with bees wax you know that it is highly flammable and use precautions to prevent serious burns.

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Molly Jensen

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Jan 10, 2016, 2:02:20 PM1/10/16
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Thansk. That's really interesting.  I will email in the summer to see if you have any to sell.  

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Dana a Mcdowell

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Jan 11, 2016, 1:22:13 PM1/11/16
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Until the local beekeepers have wax for you, you might try googling beekeeping supplies and try the bigger companies' supply lists for it. I used Kelley Beekeeping Supplies out of KY, but most people here use other companies. Seems there's one down around Muskogee, OK too. Check out Horace Bryant Honey at the local coop stores. He lives south of 264 between Cave Springs and Springdale/Lowell.
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Ok. I will probably be
interested then.  Looking for a local source for lotions
and creams I make.  I am not familiar with how it would
come to me, would I need to strain it or anything before I
used it? 
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I do not have any now
it will be late summer before I have any


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Hi. Wondering if you still have wax.  If
so, in what quantities do you sell it?  And is it raw? 
Does it need to be cleaned of debris?

Thanks

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Taina Tirado

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Oct 17, 2016, 3:41:04 PM10/17/16
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Is it too late in the season to find some local wax?

john mcbride

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Oct 18, 2016, 6:28:46 AM10/18/16
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It is not too late.  I have approximately 20 lbs to sell.

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Is it too late in the season to find some local wax?
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Molly Jensen

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Oct 18, 2016, 7:19:33 AM10/18/16
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John. How much per pound? 
Thanks
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john mcbride

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Oct 20, 2016, 5:19:17 PM10/20/16
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I've never sold any wax.  Please make me a fair offer.  I can bring the wax and  meet you some where.  it is pretty clean.  You be the judge.

Taina Tirado

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Oct 21, 2016, 4:55:59 PM10/21/16
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Hi John, I'm pretty sure I emailed you from my iCloud account. I am very interested! And am willing to pay a fair market value. Also, I'd be interested in making this an on going thing. Thanks!
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