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

also known as a hive body or brood box.

$26.00

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

$1.25

White food-grade BPA-free 5-gallon bucket with lid. 

$11.50

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

$1.60

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This extractor can hold 8 medium frames radially or 4 deep frames tangentially and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$1,055.00

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

$8.25
Out of stock

One sheet of thin surplus. Often used for comb honey on medium supers.

$1.55

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

$107.50

Takes the place of a standard inner cover and can be used all year.  Deeper rim on one side to allow the placement of pollen substitute or winter patties.  Upper entrance on one side and a closeable vent hole on the other.  Center feeding cutout for use with a jar feeder.

$20.00
Out of stock

Also known as a hive body or brood box.

$22.50

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This radial extractor can hold 18 medium frames or 9 deep frames and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$1,355.00

Best used in the late summer.

$10.25
Out of stock

Includes a smoker, veil, helmet, hive tool, and a bee brush.

$94.50

Also known as a honey super.

$21.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This extractor can hold 6 shallow frames radially or 3 deep or medium frames tangentially and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$847.00
Out of stock

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.

$7.25

Ritecell beeswax-coated yellow plastic.

$1.55

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank radial extractor can hold 18 medium frames or 9 deep frames.

$995.00
Out of stock

Folding Veil is used with a hat and offers the most basic protection for beekeepers.  

$17.00

Unpainted.

Everything you need to start a new colony. Includes a bottom board with entrance reducer, two deep supers, two medium supers, frames, foundation, an inner cover, and a telescoping lid.

$310.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank extractor can hold 6 shallow frames radially or 3 deep or medium frames tangentially.

$487.00

For prying and loosening hive components.

$6.00

Everything you need to start a new colony. Includes a bottom board entrance reducer, two deep supers, two medium supers, frames, foundation, an inner cover, and a telescoping cover. The components easily fit together and can be secured with wood glue and small nails (not included).

$266.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank extractor can hold 8 medium frames radially or 4 deep frames tangentially.

$695.00
Out of stock

Slightly larger than the standard inner cover.

$16.00

Placed under the supers prior to harvest allows bees to exit the super into the brood chamber but does not allow their return.

$20.50
Out of stock

Small plastic oval-shaped bottles with a tamper-proof lid.

$16.50

This cover is made out of high-density Styrofoam and fits the Beemax hive.

$25.00

Stainless steel with guard.

$45.00

Telescoping covers protrude down slightly, helping protect the hive from rain and wind.  High density Styrofoam.

$24.50

The Supply store is Open.

We are back with a load of extractors and honey bottles Our trip to the bee yards was successful and we have secured our package bee order for next April. Expected delivery dates for April 2020 are the 11th, 18th, and the 25th.