Carlic disassembles one of his beehives to feed his bees. During the winter, the bees cluster together around the queen bee, keeping warm by rotating from the inside to the outside. Temperatures inside the beehive range from 46 to 80 degrees.
Carlic drills roughly 100 holes in each log, one-eighth to one-sixteenth inches deep, four inches apart. Carlic then fills each hole with mushroom spawn. It takes about one year for the mushrooms to grow.