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Thanks for the link...it sucks for me because I just bought 300 slotted top and bottom frames from Dadant, would have saved me a bunch of time!

I sent Dadant an email.
 

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I didn't see it anywhere and putting 100 in the cart still charges you .95 each. Thanks.
I just called Kelley at 1-800-233-2899. These are so new that they are not in the recently mailed new catalog nor have they been placed on the web site yet. Med. frames 100-499 are .68 each and 500-999 are .66 each, but you will have to call at this time. Hope this helps.
 

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From what I understand, the deep foundationless frames still need to be horizontally wired... Gives much needed additional support to the comb. So I'm wiring 800 of mine... wish I didn't have to, but figure the advice is solid.
 

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Yes, I've been using similar frames for years and they work great.

No, I don't wire them.

No, you don't have to, nor can you heat the wire to embed it in the foundation because there will be no foundation. You can, if you wish, put wire in the frame.

www.bushfarms.com/beesfoundationless.htm
 

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Yes, I've been using similar frames for years and they work great.

No, I don't wire them.

No, you don't have to, nor can you heat the wire to embed it in the foundation because there will be no foundation. You can, if you wish, put wire in the frame.

www.bushfarms.com/beesfoundationless.htm
I should have clarified....do I need to embed wires in my frames with foundation? I have 50 right now that I could wire up. I do use vertically wired foundation.

I figure that the wire will help the foundationless frames be stronger...so I don't mind doing it.
 
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