Warre Bar Spacing Tool

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Description

The Warre hive spacing tool is crafted from galvanized metal to prevent corrosion. Use it to quickly add the proper bee space between 8 bars in your Warre boxes. The handle is large enough to comfortably fit most hands, even while wearing beekeeping gloves. Made in Oregon.

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    DB
    07/30/2018
    Deborah B.
    United States

    Warre spacing bar

    This is a very useful took to get correct spacing for the bars.

    A Bee Built Customer
    DL
    07/16/2018
    Darla L.
    United States

    Works well

    Glad I bought read other reviews and bought 2, it would have been a struggle to space the bars with only 1.

    DE
    05/03/2017
    Denise E.
    United States

    Really helped to get the correct bee space

    Should have done what was suggested in other reviews and gotten two. Would have made it even easier to correctly get bee space

    LW
    04/18/2017
    Laura W.
    United States

    Excellent tool

    Worked exactly as needed.

    TS
    03/30/2017
    Tony S.
    United States

    I have bees

    This is my first hive, my first bees, they arrived from Tennessee to California with an unscheduled stop in Denver which added 3 days onto their trip and 3 days of stressful anticipation for me and the bees, not knowing what condition they were in I expected the worst. My bee supplier did a great job, both packages were alive and buzzing with, at the most, a dozen dead bees in each. The timing is perfect, the fruit trees, the tons of Rosemary we have, the fruiting bushes and the native flowering shrubs and 40 acres of wildflowers, at 2,500' elevation in the Panoche Hills. When the sun was out the next day the bees were covering everything and there were still many at the top feeders in the Warre hives. Today through the window to check on the health of the inside, they had plenty of comb started. I might open a window again in a week to check than I will leave the alone for a while. Aslong as they are happy and healthy, I am happy.