This was my husband's first harvest of honey with his new Flowhive. He was totally amazed at how easy it was. This first attempt, after only a few months in an Australian spring, yielded around 6kg of honey (approx 13 pounds) in minutes with the bees continuing on their business without any distress. Watch the video to learn about his experience and benefit from his mistakes. Of course beekeeping involves a lot more than just harvesting honey. If you decide to go "Flowhive", be sure to do prior research into how best to tend to all your bees' needs. Proper maintenance of your hives is essential. Healthy bees = happy bees = honey heaven for both humans and bees. We also need to ensure plenty of honey is left for the cooler months. Having said that, the bees were still producing all through our mild winter. The bees in this clip are European bees, living in the Blue Mountains region North West of Sydney, Australia. Our garden is also home to an abundance of native bees, including one speedy type with blue stripe (not blue-banded), none of which we saw prior to becoming be enthusiasts.
The Flow Hive for honey bees, Love it? Hate it? or Undecided? Price? Review of Quality Control
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