Bee Hive Plans: Building A Bee Hive Colony Posted By: M.Lewis


bee hive plans What Do You Need To Know Before You Construct A Bee Hive From Beehive Plans? Posted By: Steve Barker So you want to know the easy way to make a beehive, but what type of beehive plans do you need? There are a lot of types of bee hive so it’s important to decide what type of hive you need plans for so you know where best to look for them. How do you find out which beehive plans are best for you? Well firstly you will want some understanding of beekeeping and an understanding of how the hive functions. With some beekeeping knowledge you will find the terminology relating to the bee hive a lot simpler to understand. You will also have the ability to assess if a selected plan has what you need. You will also need some woodworking abilities and a basic toolkit. On the whole bee hives are usually not overly difficult to build but they do need to be built accurately so that you maintain the recommended bee space between frames and between the frames and other components of the bee hive.








woodworking plan beehive plans Choosing The Right Equity Release Scheme Posted By: Steve Barker Choosing to release equity from their home is an option that many people take at some point in their lives. Most commonly, those people who choose to embark on an equity release scheme do so because they are retired and want to make the most of their assets. Others, though, choose to release equity from their home to start a new business, make a major purchase or fund some other venture. There are different types of equity release available, and choosing the right scheme for you is important to make sure you get the best possible deal. One way of releasing equity from your home is to downsize. This is a process you can generally undertake without the engagement of a specialist equity release firm – once you have made the decision, you just follow the normal channels for moving to a new house and the difference in cost between your current house and your new, smaller home, is the resultant equity that you can then use for whatever you wish.








beekeeping building a bee hive Bee Hives For Sale — Great Input To Understand Before Getting Your Beehive Posted By: Wade Mease If you are just getting started with beekeeping, you are pretty excited to get started on your new hobby. You are anxious to get your own beekeeper supplies! You most likely are looking for bee hives for sale. The hive is home to a colony of bees. The hive is where they live, pro-create and go about their daily lives. Getting an excellent bee hive is a key component of beekeeping. Lately, there has been an increase in the number of people who are starting beekeeping. This is partly due to the ability to create an income from selling the honey bees’ products — honey, honey combs, beeswax, etc. I’m sure you will want to make educated decisions by doing a thorough study about bee hives and beekeeping. By being informed you can avoid wasting money. As you begin learning about bee hives for sale, you will learn there are a variety of forms and structures available. Among those that are available are these four kinds: Langstroth, Top bar hives, Skeps and Bee gums.







bee hives for sale Top Bar Hive – An Alternative Beekeeping Method Posted By: Daniel Garber The topbar beehive is not a new concept. Historical reference to the top-bar hive date back to the 1600’s. Most of today’s top bar bee hives are derived from work in the 1960’s. It was perfected for use in Kenya, Africa, and is often referred to as the Kenya Hive. Today it is also used in many other developing countries for it’s simple design and cost effective management methods. In recent years it has also become more popular in the United States. The traditional Langstroth beehive consists of several boxes (supers) and numerous other parts that are either difficult to build or expensive to buy. In addition to the beehive, the Langstroth hive requires many other pieces of equipment to harvest honey and manage your bees. Not so with the top bar hive as you can read below. Simple and Maintenance-Free The top bar hive has only a few components: the hive body (box), 20 to 30 top bars (frames), and a lid. That’s all you will ever need. Compare that to your Langstroth hive. Bees build their own comb which eliminates the need for costly frames. The top bars are re-used after the harvest.








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