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We welcome you to Swarm Commander. Our unique swarm lure formula will help you catch more swarms faster! Swarm Commander is a proprietary blend of oils that mimics the natural pheromone "Nasonov" and is the newest and most unique swarm lure on the market today. We developed Swarm Commander to assist hobby beekeepers in the capture of feral honey bees. Why capture honey bee swarms? Honey bee packages are very expensive and because of "Mass Breeding", have become unreliable and problematic. Our goal is to help the beekeeper to attract and catch swarms of honey bees that have different genetics than what they might currently be encountering from their purchased packages. It is important that the genetics of the honey bees the beekeepers has be diverse. Diverse genetics are very important and helps ensure healthy honey bees. 

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We are the best swarm lure in America and we want to help you catch FREE HONEYBEES. Do you want more feral swarms? Do you want to diversify your honey bee genetics? If so then Swarm Commander Premium Swarm Lure will give you that advantage. Having a swarm trap set, even having comb inside the trap, is not a guarantee you will catch a swarm. Use Swarm Commander Premium Swarm Lure and join thousands of others who have gained the Swarm Commander advantage.

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What Is Nasanov?

Nasonov pheromone is released by worker bees to orient returning forager bees back to the colony.  To broadcast this scent, bees raise their abdomens, which contain the Nasonov glands, and fan their wings vigorously.

Understanding Swarms.

A new honey bee colony is formed when the queen bee leaves the colony with a large group of worker bees, a process called swarming. In the prime swarm, about 60% of the worker bees leave the original hive location with the old queen. This swarm can contain thousands to tens of thousands of bees..READ MORE

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