Z376

Top Feeder with Painted Super

$37.75
$42.00
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Description

The Improved Mann Lake Top Feeder comes completely assembled and ready to use for your convenience. Our top feeders feature a galvanized steel safety screen to prevent the potential drowning of bees! Keep your bee feeding process simple and streamlined with one of our high-quality hive top bee feeders.

This top feeder is constructed of heavy-duty, single-piece plastic to provide a no-leak reservoir! The painted wooden surrounding measures 4½" × 19⅝" (11.43 cm × 49.85 cm) and fits all standard beekeeping equipment. There is no comparison to the strength and durability this hive top feeder provides over foam top feeders.

With this setup, your bees can access their food through a barricade and steel safety screen to keep them secure. Save time with a high-capacity feeder for apiaries that holds 4 gallons of bee food for the 10-frame option and 3.2 gallons for the 8-frame one.

Benefits of a Hive Top Feeder:

  • Fill the feeder without opening the hive
  • One-piece construction prevents leaking
  • Painted wooden surrounding measures 4½" × 19⅝" (11.43 cm × 49.85 cm)

Remove honey supers intended for human consumption prior to feeding.

Specification

  • 16.60 inches
  • 5.90 LBS
  • 10 Frame holds up to 4 gallons (15 l)
  • 8 Frame holds up to 3.2 (12.11 l)

Reviews

  • 5

    Painted hive top feeder

    by MEGAN WINTERS on Jun 07, 2024

    Perfection & Marvelous would be my descriptive words for this device! No worries with expanding and contacting from weather pattern changes; thereby no liquid draining down into my hives. No drowned bees and holds plenty of syrup. What's not to like. Great paint job and choice of wood so it should last for many seasons. Thanks Mann Lake!!!

  • 2

    Not great...

    by Cameron Singer on Apr 13, 2024

    This was recommended to me by an experienced beekeeper friend of mine. He helped me set up my beehive, transfer the bees, and set up everything. When I checked the feeder the next day, there were tons of drowned bees inside the feeder because there were several gaps in the screen. I didn't check for gaps, assuming that wouldn't be an issue. Mine was constructed well minus that CRITICAL flaw. If you purchase this, PLEASE inspect it for gaps in the screen.