Round Hive Top Feeder

17 reviews

 

Description

This round hive top feeder is perfect for feeding your Langstroth or Warre hives. It holds half a gallon of feed and can fit on top of 8-frame and 10-frame Langstroth hives, and is easily contained in a shallow box. It also fits perfectly on top of a Warre hive. 

Measures 10½" x 2"

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4.9 Based on 17 Reviews
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    KD
    07/25/2018
    Ken D.
    United States
    hive top feeder

    This item is a great help I can feed the bees without disturbing them. As I am a new bee keeper it would be of great help if items had a some basic instruction on how to use an item.

    T
    07/11/2018
    Terry
    United States
    Round hive top feeder

    Excellent. Easy to use and works great.

    LH
    06/22/2018
    Lew H.
    United States
    Hmmm

    Delivery was quick. They said 1 hr assembly. If you are good at carpentry, and/or have a work with a vice, and/or a good assistant. I haven't found it as easy to peek in through the windows as I thought. The ladies started out slowly. The ladies in the Langstroth hive were much bigger eaters and were more active. The Warre hive, however, caught up with them. They seems to be happy as clams, producing honey and "younguns". Those are my comments so far (a little more than a month). I will be checking back in towards the end of the season.

    MZ
    06/13/2018
    Miguel Z.
    United States
    Best feeder I ever had

    I placed a feeder in a box on top of the warre hive. The bees got into it right away. What I like best about the feeder is that you can refill it without removing the feeder and with no risk to the bees.

    MK
    06/13/2018
    Mike K.
    US
    Round top feeders

    Excellent feeders absolutly no drowning. Do not use for the first few day if you are treating with Apiguard some of my bees must have been overcome by trapped fumes. I have been using these 4 months and have not drowned a bee yet, except when I used Apiguard, now I remove feeder for the first 3-4 days of treatment and all is good I just bought 2 more.