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Watch these busy girls bringing pollen and nectar back to this Warre hive. Dandelions are a good source of both in the early spring. (You knew they had to be good for something, right?)
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Chris demonstrates how our hivetop feeders work and shows you how to prepare one for use.
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Watch this video to learn how to apply a wax bead to the top bars and then install the top bars in the hive bodies.
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Watch this video to learn how to assemble the frames used in modified Warre hives, as well as how to install the comb guides or foundation.
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Chris sets up a Modified Warre hive. All of our hives are set up in the same basic manner. The main difference being that only modified Warre hives use frames, while standard Warre hives and octagonal hives use only top bars.
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Be sure to watch this video BEFORE you watch "Warre hive bee installation" or "Modified hive bee installation".
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If you want to know how to install packaged bees into a standard Warre or octagonal hive, watch this video AFTER you watch the video titled "Preparing for bee installation".
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If you want to know how to install packaged bees into a MODIFIED (framed) Warre hive, watch this video AFTER you watch the video titled "Preparing for bee installation".
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Watch this video to learn the importance of using a smoker, and how to light one.
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If you really want to study your bees up close and learn about the internal workings of the hive, you'll need to use a modified (framed) Warre hive. In this video, we'll show you how to do an inspection.
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Watch this video to learn how to produce more honey, by using modified hive bodies as honey supers and extracting the frames.