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paradise honey Langstroth complete hive with 4 medium bodies




Our Polystyrene (Poly) hives offer exceptional thermal performance and durability whilst maintaining an ergonomic design. This means a higher honey production compared to wooden hives, but with minimal weight. These types of polystyrene hive do not use crown boards, instead we have an in built feeding system for fondant so that you don't need an eke.

A complete high density polystyrene (EPS) Langstroth hive from leading manufacturer Paradise Honey consisting of

Langstroth roof
Langstroth floor and varroa mesh
4 x Medium bodies
Queen excluder
Varroa tray
Feed plate cover
Hive entrance reducer
Premium hive strap
Hive screws

Running your bees on medium depth frames gives the benefits of having the same depth frames throughout the hive plus significantly lighter loads to lift. this hive is designed to be run with the lower two hive bodies containing the brood and then two more medium depth hive bodies above a queen excluder used as supers for the honey crop. The 20 medium depth frames under the queen excluder give almost exactly the same brood volume as a colony running on brood and a half on 22 national frames - without the problem of having different sized frames with all the complications that can bring when an artificial swarm is carried out.

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Customer Reviews (1)


I can't believe it's taken so long for someone to review these hives. I've been using them since I started keeping bees in 2011. I was impressed with the demonstration videos on this site and received very good customer service, right from the initial emails I sent as a novice. Using all medium bodies really does afford great flexibility in managing bee colonies. If you supplement your set up with a spare base and roof, you can run two hives with 3 bodies each, plus an emergency hive with just two bodies. I have started using plastic frames too, which have presented some challenges, but have now found a satisfactory way of harvesting and processing the honey.

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