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  1. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    I made a mini hive to take to meetings and farmers market and who knows, maybe kids school.

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  2. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    Queen struggled because I gave her zero resources last summer. She is the only survivor of a very harsh experiment. Plus, even if I wanted to keep the cell, I can't. There are zero drones in my local.
  3. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    Oh, sorry. I do now think you understand more than I gave you credit.

    New bees are not accepting her and have made 1 Queen cell. I have been sliding the screen open and letting about 20 bees in to...
  4. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    Thank you.
  5. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    That was an awesome thread to read kayme! Looks great. I like the lazy Susan design, but felt mine was too tall to add it, plus with everything else going on, during my build, sometimes wondered if...
  6. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

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  7. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    Toe, I don't know exactly how much empty, but guess about 20-30 lb. And guess somewhere around 100-125 if full, but it doesn't matter because the most I will be carrying is one frame. The whole hive...
  8. Re: My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    That's the very best thing about this design. I never have to carry it outside. I can grab one frame at a time and take it outside. Any frame I want and never not one bee escape inside the house
  9. My observation hive, best design? I think so.

    O.k, I researched for a couple months and built what I think has all the bells and whistles. Here's a link to the video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7trkXBDjHJI&t=50s
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