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  1. #1
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    Jan 2012
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    Roy, Wa
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    Default Queen bank frame

    I built my self a prototype bank frame recently. Holds all kinds of cages. Hope it works and they don't make a mess of it. I won't be going into any Carnie nucs for sure..some ol lazy Italians will do best.




    That is a bungee type cord stretched in front of the top row of cages. Corn dog sticks wedged into the groves of the frame for simple dividers

  2. #2
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    Auburn, Washington, USA
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    Default Re: Queen bank frame

    Nice frame, cannot figure out why you are using the corn dog dividers, do you think they can kill each other through cages?

  3. #3
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    Warrior, Alabama
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    Default Re: Queen bank frame

    Nice design.
    Old Guy in Alabama

  4. #4
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    Auckland,Auckland,New Zealand
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    Default Re: Queen bank frame

    Yes, allows the bees good access to the queens, should work quite well.

  5. #5
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    Apr 2012
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    Wayensboro, Virginia, USA
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    Default Re: Queen bank frame

    I once seen a really well thought out and nicely built queen banking frame on a old post that Oldtimer had made, it had small wooden cages that sat inside the frame side by side. Maybe Oldtimer can put that pic up again.

  6. #6
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    Apr 2012
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    Wayensboro, Virginia, USA
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    Default Re: Queen bank frame

    Here that pic for Oldtimers queen banking frame is here- http://www.beesource.com/forums/show...thout-Grafting

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