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  • Cedar or Pine Warre Bee Hives – Natural-Beekeeping

    2011-3-11 · Cedar or Pine Warre Bee Hives. There have been lots of questions about the advantages and disadvantageous of the two common woods that you can buy your natural beekeeping Warre beehive in. Here is a quick summary for you-Cedar beehives-+ We use Western Red Cedar. This wood has a high natural oil content, relatively tight grain and this makes it ...

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  • The Warre Beehive – Natural-Beekeeping

    Built to the original Warre Beehive dimensions, Our beautiful Warre bee hives are made from Western Red Cedar and supplied fully assembled. Details – Your hive boxes are fastened with stainless steel screws throughout, rather than nails. This ensures your boxes remain tightly butted as …

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  • Natural Beekeeping Australia - Warré Beehives

    2019-12-13 · The Warré hive is named after its inventor, Abbé Émile Warré (1867-1951). Responding to the obvious decline in beekeeping in France since his youth, Warré experimented with some 350 hives of various designs with the aim of producing a. hive that was simple, economical, bee-friendly and assured a surplus for the beekeeper.

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  • Natural Beekeeping Australia - Buy Warré Beehives

    2019-12-13 · Our hives are expertly made from 22mm Macrocarpa Cypress, sourced from sites in South East Australia. This timber has been harvested and milled from fallen farm, forest or garden trees, not plantations. This exceptional quality salvaged timber is then selected and …

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  • Warre Bee Hives, Canada Beehives, Warre Hives -

    2019-12-13 · Natural Beekeeping aims to provide for the needs of the bee colony above that of the beekeeper. It is a holistic approach based on respect and love for the bee colony. Of course, the term Natural Beekeeping itself is somewhat problematic, as the keeping of bees is never truly natural; bees exist and thrive naturally, and have done for millions ...

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