Beekeeping forum: some of my wooden ware.

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Name: Al
Jun 29, 2017 5:04 AM CST
A double screen board for doing splits in the spring.

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30+ frame solar melter.

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Deep hive bodies and intercovers I build, Note the hole in the intercover. You can peek down and see more than one or two frames.

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Mouse guard with entrance reducer. Got rid of entrance reducers a long long time ago.

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3 hive stand in a out yard with a big red barn as a north wind block.

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One pound upside down honey jar with our home made label.

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Cutting finger joints with a home made jig.

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Green Grin! Al

You not dressed with out a smile.
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Name: Heath
sevierville TN (Zone 7a)
Composter Beekeeper Houseplants Region: Tennessee Bee Lover Frugal Gardener
Vermiculture Million Pollinator Garden Challenge
Jun 29, 2017 4:44 PM CST
That's pretty good. In hopeing to get a table saw this winter so I can make my own boxes. I might have to get you to tell me how to make a jig for the finger joints.
Name: Al
Jun 30, 2017 6:53 AM CST
Nat a problem.

I also have 5 frame nucs with a 2 quart jar size feed chamber at the rear.

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A regular deep dived in half for a pair of mating nucs.

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Entrances and boardman feeder slots cut in each side of the bottom board I make.

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Green Grin! Al
You not dressed with out a smile.
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