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Hi all,

I did a search to see if this has been addressed recently, but I didn't see any qualifying posts, my apologies if this is a re-run.

I have some frozen frames and would like to use them. They are all drawn, and some are mostly full and capped, some not so much. There are only about 12 or so.

I'd like to give them to my (2) hives soon, scattered with frames with just foundation so they don't have to work so hard to build the supers from scratch.

When I pull them out, do I just wait until thawed to give to them?
I am sure they will be wet to some degree, is that dangerous?

Some was just nectar, will they be able to work with it?

Thanks in advance for any advice!
 

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We gave a new package some of last year's combs. We pulled the frames out of the freezer the day before the bees came to allow them to thaw and warm up to room temperature.

Phil
 
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