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  1. #1
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    Default Ineterested in Warre and Modified Warres?

    Hi everybody!

    For those of you interested in Warre and modified Warre beekeeping, please check out the new website at www.thewarrestore.com.

    The site is still under construction, but is up and running with lots of content and more to come. Questions and comments are certainly welcome here or there. I'm off Ebay and with a new source of lumber, prices are down-way down.

    Last edited by beez2010; 01-08-2010 at 12:32 PM.

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    Belfield, North Dakota, USA
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    Default Re: Ineterested in Warre and Modified Warres?

    Pardon my ignorace, but:

    What is the difference between a Warre hive and a modified Warre hive?

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    Default Re: Ineterested in Warre and Modified Warres?

    Warre hives that have been made to use frames are often referred to as "modified" Warres. The ones shown at the site have slghtly deeper hive bodies than standard Warre hives to keep the amount of comb in each body approximately the same as the standard Warres have in each body.
    Last edited by beez2010; 01-08-2010 at 12:33 PM.

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