Bee boxes on a pallet, courtesy Flickr.
by Jessica Reeder, courtesy Flickr & Wikimedia
 

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Hive Components

Tools and Equipment

Clothing

Feed & Feeders & Medications

Harvesting & Extracting

Packaging and Bottling

Standard deep box with 10 wooden frames and black Rite Cell foundation

$64.50

Standard medium box with 10 wooden frames and natural Rite Cell foundation

$59.50
Out of stock

Soft brush for removing bees from a frame. This tool is most commonly used during harvest.

$6.00

This fits in the hole in the inner cover.

$5.00

Simple top for basic bee protection.  Zippered veil, elastic cuffs and waist band

$70.00
* Size:

Full-length one-piece pants, top, and veil.

$95.75
* Size:

Includes a smoker, veil, helmet, hive tool, and a bee brush.

$94.50

This bottom board is made out of high-density styrofoam and fits Beemax hives.

$21.50

Screened bottom board for increased ventilation. 

$19.50
Out of stock

Includes entrance reducer.

$19.50

White food-grade BPA free 5-gallon bucket with lid and a bottling spout.

$32.25

White food-grade BPA-free 5-gallon bucket with lid. 

$11.50

A fine nylon mesh bag large enough to line a 5-gallon bucket.

$5.00

Unpainted.

Everything you need to start a new colony. Includes a bottom board with entrance reducer, two deep supers, two medium supers, frames, foundation, an inner cover, and a telescoping lid.

$310.00
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Everything you need to start a new colony. Includes a bottom board entrance reducer, two deep supers, two medium supers, frames, foundation, an inner cover, and a telescoping cover. The components easily fit together and can be secured with wood glue and small nails (not included).

$266.00

Everything you need to start a new colony. Includes a bottom board entrance reducer, two deep supers, two medium supers, frames, foundation, a specially designed wintering inner cover, and a telescoping cover. The components easily fit together and can be secured with wood glue and small nails (not included).

$272.00
Out of stock

This cover is made out of high-density Styrofoam and fits the Beemax hive.

$25.00
Out of stock

Slightly larger than the standard inner cover.

$16.00
Out of stock

Seals the top of the beehive. This cover is a decorative copper A-frame slanted roof.

$75.00
Out of stock

An inner cover fits under a telescoping lid. It primarily helps to minimize the disturbance to a hive when the telescoping cover is removed.

Also aids in airflow through the hive.

$14.00

Covers the top of the beehive. This is a non-telescoping lid.  Allows hives to be placed close together for transport.

$18.50

Telescoping covers protrude down slightly, helping protect the hive from rain and wind.  High density Styrofoam.

$24.50

Can be useful for mitigating varroa mite infections. 

$10.25
Out of stock

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank radial extractor can hold 18 medium frames or 9 deep frames.

$995.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This radial extractor can hold 18 medium frames or 9 deep frames and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$1,355.00
Out of stock

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank extractor can hold 6 shallow frames radially or 3 deep or medium frames tangentially.

$487.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This extractor can hold 6 shallow frames radially or 3 deep or medium frames tangentially and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$847.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This hand-crank extractor can hold 8 medium frames radially or 4 deep frames tangentially.

$695.00

A stainless-steel centrifuge that removes honey from uncapped frames. This extractor can hold 8 medium frames radially or 4 deep frames tangentially and is powered by a 120-volt electric motor.

$1,055.00

Ritecell beeswax-coated black plastic.

$1.55

The supply store is now open but we are using April hours.   Open the 3rd to the 12th, 16th to the 19th, the 23rd, and the 30th.

Laws of physics keep us from being in more than one place at a time.  As we make our multiple trips to get the bees the store will be periodically closed and we will be unable to fill orders on a daily basis.  You can still use the site to order your supplies but we will fill those and put them on the pickup shelf when we return.