Splittable Hive $475
After owning your hive for 12 months you will be able to start multiplying your hives by splitting them.
Empty Splittable Hive Box $100
When your bees are ready to move out of home you will need to purchase an empty hive before splitting your existing hive. Splitting a hive is quite easy to do, you can purchase the splitting tool and John Klumpp, or Tim Heard book here to assist you to do this.
Delivery fees are subject to distance, I will provide a you with a quote, or if you are in Brisbane, QLD you may be able to arrange pick up.
HONEY POT HIVE $525
Honey Pot Hives are for those looking to collect some honey safely from their bees.
EMPTY HONEY POT HIVE $150
Splitting your honey pot hive is recommended to do only if you are not currently collecting their honey. It is quite easy to do and you can purchase the splitting tool and John Klumpp, or Tim Heard book here to assist you to do this.
Delivery Fees are subject to distance. You can contact me for a quote or if you are in Brisbane, QLD you may be able to arrange pick up.
WHAT HIVE SHOULD I PURCHASE?
A splittable Hive or a Honey Pot Hive?
If you are interested in honey harvesting than the honey pot hive is for you. It has a great little collection unit which makes harvesting much easier, quicker and ultimately safer for the bees.
However if honey harvesting isn't your primary goal, I would recommend sticking with a spliattble hive. After 12 months of ownership, you can split you hive into two, and you can continue this process every year or so growing your bees as much as you would like.
If you don't desire to split your hive, the good thing is that they will be perfectly fine. Stingless bees make such a great little pet as they require almost zero maintenance. The only requirements are that they are placed in full shade all year round and that they flight path is kept free of any obstructions such as branches, spider webs etc.
All my hives come with an informational flyer and a *12 month warranty.
Commercial quantities of hives are available for crop growers. Native bees are particularly beneficial for Mangoes, Avocados, Watermelons, Blueberries, Lychees, Macadamias.
“THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVE BEE BOOK: KEEPING STINGLESS BEE HIVES FOR PETS, POLLINATION AND SUGARBAG HONEY” BY TIM HEARD
A complete guide to keeping Australian native stingless bees.
Richly illustrated with over 500 full colour photos, drawings and charts to aid your learning.
Price: $35 Plus Postage
Australian Stingless Bees
A Guide to Sugarbag Beekeeping
by John Klumpp is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in keeping Australian Stingless bees.
John Klumpp is one of Australia’s most renowned and long standing stingless bee keepers.
The book comprises of 110 pages and has more than 200 photographs.
This detailed, easy-to-read book guides you through all aspects of Australian Stingless beekeeping and is a must have for all introductory beekeepers.
$40.00 Plus Postage
Splitting Tool $20 plus delivery