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Honey, extracting, filtering,jarring and comb.

Alternative Hanging Section Frame

This page is credited in full to Dave Cushman who created it. His voice is expressed in black colour text and any additions or comments in blue belong to myself. Credit: Dave Cushman’s website. PH.   A hanging section frame that has the sections running crossways instead of inline. This is a design that I …

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Comb, section and chumk honey

This page is credited in full to Dave Cushman who created it. His voice is expressed in black colour text and any additions or comments in blue belong to myself. Credit: Dave Cushman’s website PH.   Comb Honey, Section Honey and Chunk Honey Honey in the comb has been produced and sold for centuries and …

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Honey Extractors

There are two main types. Radial, where the frames are held like the spokes of a bike wheel and are not turned around in the extracting process. There are some seriously big radials… 36 frames at a time and up. Tangential where the frames are at right angles to the center, and the frames are …

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Honey Shows and Showing Hive Products

This page is credited in full to Dave Cushman who created it. His voice is expressed in black colour text and any additions or comments in blue belong to myself. Credit Dave Cushmans website. PH.     Honey Shows and Showing Hive Products Honey Shows are often shunned by beginners as they do not understand …

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Wax Cappings Assessment

This page is credited in full to Dave Cushman who created it. His voice is expressed in black colour text and any additions or comments in blue belong to myself. Credit: Dave Cushman’s website PH. The method and neatness of the closing of the cell, when it is full of ripe honey, varies considerably from …

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