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Oct 11, 2017

Oct 2017 added "mouse guards" to beehives for winter.

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A Short video showing the🐝Shungite beehives in their winter size configuration. The bees have a total of 16 frames of Shungite honey for their winter stores. The remaining 4 frames (middle of bottom box) contain eggs/brood.

 

We're in the process of adding the "mouse guards" to all of the beehives, you can see them covering the entrance of a few hives at this point. The added mouse guards will allow the bees to defend their entrance better by limiting the entrance during this time of year.

 

 

 

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