Hive Components

  1. If you live in a colder climate, an inner cover is an essential part of your hive especially during the winter and spring. Not only does an inner cover provide extra protection for your bees during rainy and cold weather, it also provides your bees with t
  2. he basic functions of a slatted rack are to add additional cluster space for less congestion at the bottom of the hive and also to help with extra ventilation. Generally, bees will gnaw on the bottom portion of the wax comb of the frames nearest to the bo
  3. Install frame rests in supers to protect the wood where the frame sits and keep wooden ware protected. Sold in packs of 100. Use two frame rests per super. Attach with 3/4" nails.
     
     
     
     
  4. Wooden entrance reducer designed with two different sized entrances to use during different times of the year, depending on traffic and temperature. Use the smaller entrance when traffic is lower, or when starting a new hive. Affix entrance reducer on fro
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  5. Collect your own pollen with this plastic pollen trap. Fits onto the front of the hive entrance on the bottom board. Can be adapted to all types of hives by using a wooden frame around the trap (not included). Other support structure may be necessary to f
  6. A heavy duty excluder with slightly larger holes to provide more comfort for the bees to pass through while ensuring that the queen does not lay eggs in the honey supers and the honey within these supers stays clean.
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