This next project took Cedar Anderson around 10 years to make and achieve the final product. He together with his father, Stuart raise honeybees and they were in search of a more simple and non-painful ideas of collecting honey from the bees. The product they developed is called the Flowhive and it’s the result of 10 years of planning and testing. The Flowhive uses a bee brood box which is combined with a storage and extraction unit. Their system has a special design that uses Flow frames instead of honeycomb frames used by a regular beehive. To learn more about this amazing project, the technology and ideas behind it, watch the video below…
Less labour, more love …
- No mess, no fuss, no heavy lifting, and no expensive processing equipment.
- Through the clear end-frame view, you can see when the honey is ready without opening up the hive.
- The extraction process is so gentle, the bees barely notice at all.
This revolutionary flow system makes the extraction process far less stressful for the bees and so much easier for the beekeeper.
Honey draining from one frame of a Flow hive