Category Archives: Beehive Plans

Getting Ready For Swarm Season: Bait Hives

Set up bait hives well before the swarm season begins. Have one bait hive where you can see it every day. It serves two purposes. First, physician if your bees or any other colonies, whether wild or belonging to your neighbor, are … Continue reading

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The Making of the Manual

About In 1999, tadalafil Peter Sieling wrote his first book, “Beehive Construction,” which gave instructions for building a bee hive with a table saw as the only power tool. Since then, he has written and produced a number of books … Continue reading

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Hive-Making Manual – Coming September 1st!

Interested in bees? Interested in woodworking? Interested in awesome projects and saving money? This book has it all! Build your own beehives of any sort – 10-frame, 8-frame, nuc hives, and more. Focusing on providing detailed instructions for the construction … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview of the Hive-Making Manual!

Edit – The book is now available! Click here to see more! This manual, case due to be released on September 1st, includes a wealth of information, from the parts of a hive, to the dimensions and schematics, to the … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Hive Making Manual

The Hive-Making Manual is a shop manual that covers the history, theory, and how-to of simple hand tool construction or complex commercial-quality hives. Explore simple or complex methods for hive building, perfect for a woodworker at any skill level. Learn … Continue reading

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