Does anyone have the link to those frames?. . . Kelly's get the F style frame. They actually have the best frame for foundationless. They come with a v in the middle of the top bar.
https://www.kelleybees.com/Shop/37/Hives-Components/Frames/4426/Unassembled-Medium-Frames Select F-Style foundationlessDoes anyone have the link to those frames?
They seem to be very elusive. Though I have heard of them, I can't seem to find them.
I don't think it matters for foundationless; the bees usually don't draw to the bottom. I made the mistake of buying groove top; that's ok if you are not ever using foundation. Unless you are sure you will be 100% foundationless, I would get wedge; you can either turn the wedge and glue in place, or leave the wedge in place and glue in popsickle sticks or the craft sticks (look like tongue depressors).Okay, next question: split or groove bottom?
I tried foundationless for comb honey last year. I just put empty standard grooved top and bottom frames between frames of thin foundation and had no issues with them being properly drawn.Also looking to produce foundation-less comb honey: not sure if a certain frame type would impede comb cutting/harvesting, would one type of frame be preferable?