Bee boxes on a pallet, courtesy Flickr.
by Jessica Reeder, courtesy Flickr & Wikimedia
 
 

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Hive Components

Tools and Equipment

Clothing

Feed & Feeders & Medications

Harvesting & Extracting

Packaging and Bottling

This standard frame is unassembled but the components fit together and can be secured with wood glue and small nails.  Foundation required.

$2.00

Factory assembled.  Foundation required.

$2.75

Assembled frame with Natural Yellow  Ritecell Foundation already installed.  Factory assembled.

$4.75

This frame is unassembled but the components fit together and can be secured with wood glue and small nails.  Requires foundation.

$2.00

This special frame holds wax foundation. Comes unassembled and will require wires for securing foundation.

$2.25

This special frame holds wax foundation. Comes unassembled and will require wires for securing foundation.

$2.25

Small tool for removing wax and other debris from frames prior to replacing foundation.

$8.25
Out of stock

The frame feeder is approximately the size of a single frame allowing feeding to be done inside the hive.

$13.25

A frame feeder with feeding tubes to give bees better footing while they feed.

$16.75
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Aid for lifting frames from your boxes.

$14.00

This handy device attaches to the outside of the hive during inspection.  This allows you to hang a frame on the outside of the hive instead of leaning it against the hive.  Combs stay safe and out of the way.

$27.00

Protects the inside wooden edge on a hive body.  Frame ears rest upon metal.

$1.25
Out of stock

Evenly spaces frames to 9 per super, rather than the standard 10.

$1.50

This front-mounted pollen trap collects a portion of the pollen that the bees bring into the hive.

$45.00

An antibiotic that is used for the treatment of Nosema, a fungal infection of the intestinal tract.  Sold by the teaspoon.

$3.50

These leather gloves protect your hands from stings. The gloves are elbow-length and are ventilated.

$23.00
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This mesh helmet supports the veil.

$25.00

For prying and loosening hive components. This hive tool is shaped in a flat J shape, rather than the more traditional design.

$13.00

For prying and loosening hive components.

$10.00

This syrup feeder is the size of a shallow super and holds several gallons of feed.

$35.00
Out of stock

This plastic gate controls the flow of honey out of a bucket.

$15.00

Electrically-heated knife for removing the caps off of honeycomb prior to extracting.

$129.00

Ultra Bee pre-made patties

One pound cake of pollen substitute.

$4.00

Pro Health is used as a feed stimulant as well as a health aid.

$30.00
Out of stock

Best used in the late summer.

$10.00

Hand tool for capturing and holding a queen bee.

$9.00

Allows bees to pass through while impeding the queen. Queen excluders are useful for double-queen systems, 3 weeks before harvest, or anytime you want to limit the queen's movements.

$10.00

Allows bees to pass through while impeding the queen. Queen excluders are useful for double-queen systems, 3 weeks before harvest, or anytime you want to limit the queen's movements.

$7.50

One sheet of insulation fits above the inner cover.

$5.00
Out of stock

Placed under the brood chamber.  Increases airflow, reduces swarming, allows field bees to cluster inside the hive at night below the brood nest.  Also used in wintering to increase space under the hive

$29.00
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