Greetings all, wondering about the issues surrounding extracting foundationless frames, from a financial point of view. Are you further ahead in extracting the honey and reusing the comb or harvesting both wax and honey and letting them rebuild the comb next season? Of course I am working on the assumption that you have a market for your wax as well as honey. Guess this will vary by region for prices, just curious what experiences you might have. I do know that they can draw foundationless frames really quickly, and before I switched (to foundationless brood frames, still using old honey supers with foundation plus comb honey) I would have assumed that letting them rebuild the wax year after year would be a waste of resources. Not so sure now, but I don't even know how much wax an average medium or deep would yield by weight. Okay I guess that would help answer this question! Anyone know?