Hive Stand

$19.95 - $22.95

Product Details


Raise the bottom board off the ground and reduce moisture problems! The sloped plane provides a wider porch for entering bees,
allowing easier access to the hive. Assembly required. Includes nails and instructions.


  • 3.90 LBS


  • 4

    Works for me

    by Kevin Wagenknecht on May 20th 2022

    I put this together I did drill pilot holes. I nailed after putting titebound 3 glue on every joint it is as solid as you would want . The only part that might get someone is that slant front but no problem there for me. It's good

  • 1

    Hive Stand Cedar

    by E on May 17th 2022

    When we went to put this together all the wood split. We even tried drilling 2 different size pilot holes in the wood.

  • 1

    Cedar hive stand

    by David Lindquist on Apr 17th 2022

    Biggest waste of money. A ten frame box doesn't fit right without taking the front beveled piece to the table saw and modifying it. Then you might as well build your own for a lot less money. A let down for me from mann lake.

  • 2

    Cedar Hive Stand - Two ordered

    by RICHARD THOMAS on Mar 30th 2022

    Cedar Wood split when trying to nail together. Had to pre drill holes and then use my screws to assemble. Then had to buy steel corner braces to support what was left. Hive stand was not high enough in front to fit flush to my screened bottom board.