After your supers have been palletized and rolled into your honey house, place them on the forks of this elevator. A 110-volt AC motor is connected to a gear reducer and a winch drum and is controlled with a reversing drum switch. An adjustable arm cut-off switch can be set at any height to stop the elevator. When the top super is removed, the elevator automatically raises the next super to the desired height. A flip of the drum switch lowers the forks back to the ground and the motor automatically cuts off. Measures 34" x 27" and 60" tall.
NOTE: Item is custom made to order. There will be a 10-14 lead time depending on time of year.
All Bottled Up After the bottling (and some cleanup) came the time to put labels on our honey. What I did not know before bottling is that in order to sell your honey, it needs to be properly labeled according to federal, state and local specifications.
The Common Varieties of Honey Bees If you’re a new beekeeper or just learning about the world of bees, like me, it might be surprising to discover just how many kinds of honey bees there are.