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During the beekeeping 101 class at Walter Kelly's yesterday the instructor announced that Kelly's would be selling 8 frame equipment along with Cypress and Pine wood products and a Garden Hive with copper tops in both 10 and 8 frame. He also announced that they are considering a v shaped top frame for customers that want to go foundation less. They now have hive stands made out of metal angle iron.

The class was oriented towards beginning beekeepers. Very basic information was presented.

One nice surprise was when we sat down beside a guy and he asked where we were from, I replied and he said did you post about this class on Beesource. I said yes and he was the one guy that had replied to my post.
 

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If you're a loyal Kelley customer, you're in luck.

But if you have ideals of combining their 8-frame equipment with 8-frame previously bought from another supplier, you're in for a shocking surprise. Kelley's 8-frame is not standardized to other 8-frame suppliers.

If you want to go down the 8-frame road, stick with one supplier.

Grant
Jackson, MO
 
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