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  1. #1
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    Recently, I created my new web page devoted to the Hogg cassettes:
    http://www.beebehavior.com/hogg_cassettes.php


    Boris

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    Hi Boris.. I liked your "cooler" idea for nucs.. any pictures w/ details that show how the frames are hung.. entrance location.. etc?

    Just don't get the nuc cooler mixed up w/ the beer cooler! [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    kensfarm,

    1. I will add new photos and comments in one week, when I will open my new topic "Polystyrene Nucs and Mini-Mating Nucs "

    2. I've just added new photos, related to this topic - Halfcomb Hogg's Cassettes.

    Boris

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    Thanks Boris.. do you like the Hogg Cassettes better then the Bee-O-Pac System.. I'm running all Med. Supers & see that the Hogg system requires shallows.

    Any place special you bought the coolers from.. Walmart, etc?.

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    Kensfarm,

    HoggÂ’s cassettes are pre-waxed, while Bee-O-Pac frames are not. Since they are pre-waxed, I think that bees will draw combs more quickly on them. I hope to get a comparison this summer. If the Bee-O-Pac frames were pre-waxed, the two products would be almost identical.

    Yesterday I bought additional coolers at Wall-Mart for $18.66 each ("Rubbermaid", 48 QT).

    Boris

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