Full Depth Rebated Honey Super

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    A honey super is a box that is placed on top of the brood box for the bees to put honey in.
    Making sure you place the queen excluder between these boxes to ensure the queen doesn’t lay upstairs.
    Generally you have two honey supers per hive. This give a place for the bees to collect and store honey.
    Once the box is full of honey and capped, you take the honey away and extract it. Then placing the box back on to repeat the process.

    On a average year you may get between 60-80KG of honey a year, per hive.
    On a above average year you may get between 100-120Kg a year, per hive.

  • Directions for use

    Right angle box together and pre-drill with a 1/8th drill bit before screwing together.

    If using for a brood box: Attached base to box with screws to make it easier to move around in case of emergencies.

    For best life out of timber, paint on inside and out with 2 coats.

  • Other Information

    Made from quality NZ Radiata Pine. Comes with D handle but lifting cleats are available.

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