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    Default Re: Is a Warre Hive right for me?

    Quote Originally Posted by little_john View Post
    In order to provide interchangeability with the rest of the circus, I've come up with yet another ruse - this being quite simply a Warre Box housed within a standard British National Deep box, thusly:



    To be pedantic, this will actually be a National feeder shell made from (say) 15mm timber/lumber with outside dimensions 460x460mm (c.18"x18"). Inside it will be a Warre box of 300x300mm (internal), made from the same stuff.
    Well - that was the plan - and here's the reality:



    Still needs filler and paint, and thin plywood cladding adding to both top and bottom of course, but it should be usable in around 10 days or so ...
    LJ
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    Default Re: Is a Warre Hive right for me?

    Quote Originally Posted by little_john View Post
    Well - that was the plan - and here's the reality:



    Still needs filler and paint, and thin plywood cladding adding to both top and bottom of course, but it should be usable in around 10 days or so ...
    LJ
    Nice, LJ.
    Former "smoker boy". Classic, square 12 frame Dadants >> Long hive/Short frame/chemical-free experimentations.

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