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Bees do tend to only move in one direction when clustered and have trouble changing direction in a cluster in the cold. But they don't seem to care if that direction is horizontal or vertical. Trough hives (chest hives, or whatever else you wish to call a horizontal hive) have been kept in Scandinavian countries for centuries. According to eva crane horizontal hives are now and have always been the most popular form of hive from Scandinavia to the tropics. "It makes very little difference whether the hives are made so as to occupy a perpendicular or horizontal position,. E., whether their height be greater than their length, or whether their length be greater than their height. The bees know how to accommodate themselves to circumstances. They enter and inhabit a perpendicular hollow trunk just as well as a horizontal hollow branch of a tree."-jan dzierzon, rational bee-keeping, 1882 English edition, pg 47 question: Without a queen excluder how do you keep the queen out of the honey?
Answer: I have them in Nebraska and others have them places as cold as Casper wyoming. I have heard only one report from anyone keeping bees in top bar hives that they don't overwinter well in cold climates. Other than that, i have only heard it from people who have not attempted. It is a good plan to get the cluster to one end at the beginning of winter so they can work their way to the other end over winter. If they are in the middle they may work their way to one end and starve with stores at the other end. The bigger problems are having top bar hives in very hot climates and yet people seem to do that as well. I have the most problems on the over a hundred degree f days (38 C) when I have comb collapses.
Question: Top Bar hives were developed in Africa right? So winkel it's a tropical hive? Answer: Actually they were developed in Greece thousands of years ago, and then used in many other places. But the real concern seems to be that there is a belief that bees won't move horizontally. Obviously this is not true. I've seen hives in hollow horizontal branches, i've seen them in floors, and i've overwintered them in Horizontal hives, both tbhs and Langstroth frame hives.
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Also, i can start one with some frames of brood from one of my other hives (which are all mediums). I haven't seen any more attachment with this hive than the sloped sides. Parts List: 2- one by eights 461/2 with 3/8 by 3/4 rabbet for frame rest. 2- one by eights 197/8 1-bottom (plywood, coroplast or other) 48 x 197/8. Any kind of lid 197/8 by 48 (plywood, coroplast or roofing tin) or three migratory covers.
16- bars 19 by 11/4 by 3/8 18- bars 19 by 11/2 by 3/8 34-triangular comb guides cut from chamfer molding or the corner of a one by 3/4 by 3/4 by 1 by 171/2 2- four by fours 16 long cedar or treated for. Comb measurements, just to show some measurements. Here is a brood comb from my kenya top Bar hive. To measure, start at the 10mm mark and count over 10 cells. Looks like.7cm for ten cells. The second one shows how to measure cell size across ten cells. Notice i started at 10cm because it's hard to say precisely where zero. Left to right: natural comb, blowup of natural comb, dadant.9mm, dadant normal brood. Faqs, question: Some people say that tbh's don't winter well in cold climates.
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Parts List: 2- one by sale twelves 46 1/2" 2- one by twelves 15" 1- one by six 46 1/2". Any kind of lid 15" by 48" 16- bars 15" by 1 1/4" by 3/4" 18- bars 15" by 1 1/2" by 3/4" 34- triangular comb guides cut from chamfer molding or the corner of a one by 3/4" by 3/4" by 1" by 13". All cuts except for the triangles are square cuts. Tanzanian Top Bar hive, long medium depth hive. This one has top bars in it instead of frames. On the right is comb from long medium top bar hive. The entrance is just a propped up migratory cover and the front bar back 3/8" from the front. The advantage to this one is that standard medium frames fit in it so if it needs resources from one of my other hives I can get a frame of brood that fits.
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A close-up of the queen on the ktbh comb. See through drawing of ktbh (thanks to Chris Somerlot). Entrance (note the gap Photo by Theresa cassidy). Entrance with the cover slid back so you can see better. (Photo by Theresa cassidy). Diagram of the entrance (courtesy of Chris Graham). The entrance to the ktbh is just the front bar olaz back from the front at least 3/8" The top sets on top of a 3/4" top bar so the entrance is 3/4" high and 3/8" wide and is really just the gap in front.
They are just cut for length and nailed together. The sides are spread to where they fit the ends and the ends are nailed. I ended up using deck screws on the end because when I pried the bars over cream I would pry the end off of the hive. The top bars are ripped from one bys with a beveled comb guide glued and nailed. You can see a bar on top of the hive on the right end. The brood nest is 1 1/4" wide bars and the honey is 1 1/2" wide bars These bars are 15" long. Comb from the ktbh. Can you spot the queen?
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A kenya style (sloped sides) is so that the combs are more naturally strong and less likely to break and collapse when they are full of dainese honey. This hive worked very well with no comb collapses. The small combs are easy to handle and not nearly as fragile as large free hanging combs. The pictures are, from left to right: Kenya style top Bar hive being constructed. The sides are one by twelves 46 1/2" long. The bottom is a one by six 46 1/2" long. The ends are one by twelves 15" long. None of the boards is ripped or beveled.