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I'm going to ask my wife if I can have the same setup. :banana:
This would be half of the space. You would do a 180 and the other half would be my wood shop with a wall between.

What's the square footage?
 

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that is a 60 x 50 addition onto the existing building. the whole building is 50 x 140. it has our honey warming room and wax processing in the old part where we use to extract
 

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This is the most glorious thing I've ever seen! If I ever get the chance to set up my own extracting shop one day, I'd want it to look just like this.
 

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yep, just like my set-up, except I have a 20x12 ans one 20 frame extractor, a single uncapping tank and a clarifier. OTHER THEN THAT its really cose. YEA RIGHT !!! WOW nice set up, a MAN CAN DREAM CAN'T HE??
 

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Now that's a Honey House. Is it big enuf. Most guys i know seem to think that no matter how big you build a building, it isn't big enuf. Looks big enuf to me. How many colonies do you run? 5,000? 10,000?
 

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Wow, now thats a honey factory !! All that stainless steel $$$, Im sure it will work as good as it looks, enjoy it, most only dream of it. :thumbsup:
 

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Very nice!!

You fellas have something to be very proud of.
 

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Really nice set up Greg, First class all the way, Hope you guys have a great honey season to go with your new set-up.
 

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Maybe it's the angle of the shot, but where is the 52 inch flat screen TV and stereo sound system??
 

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How's it working? Are you able to extract 160 boxes per hour? by the way whats that hose going into your extractor for?
 

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Absolutely beautiful! It amazes me that anyone can produce enough honey to pay for a set up like that.I hope Cowan sends you a ham this Christmas.
Congratulations I know yall are proud of it. :thumbsup:
 

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the hose going into the extractor shoots a little steam inside to help loosen the honey and clean the combs out all the way. it really helps in the fall when it gets cold. Alpha, who said anything about a 52 in TV? we are getting a projector hahaha.
 

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Wow, Im impressed. I'll second sqkcrk, how many colonies do you have to run to make a shop like that worth it?
 
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