1. Timber Brood Frame with Comb guide – assembled
  2. Timber Brood Frame – unassembled

Foundationless Brood Frames

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Spare timber brood frames are an essential part of any apiary kit—whether you’ve captured a swarm, are performing a hive split or just need to swap out some frames for routine maintenance.

Due to a warehouse clearance, we have a limited number of timber foundationless brood frames available.

Like the brood frames provided with our Flow Hive kits, these frames come with comb guides to go foundationless and also contain holes for eyelets and wire if you choose or prefer to use foundation. For more information on the different ways to use our brood frames check out our FAQ.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  1. Timber brood frames with comb guides x 4

• Shipped flat packed for easy assembly.

• Check out our beginner beekeeper video about the different types of brood frames here.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

  • ...can't speak highly enough of your hives & love that they can approach the hives & harvest the honey or just check on how the frames are filling without disturbing the bees.

    It's fantastic! We are loving every bit of honey we get.

    Ashlea B.

    NSW, Australia

  • I can't thank you enough for the creation of flow hive!
    My beekeeping hobby has turned into a family hobby a first for my family.
    Thank you!

    Jaime

    Virginia, USA.

  • My 1st year when I harvested it was about the middle of August and I was so excited to see the honey come out right out of my hive and be able to taste immediately!

    I don’t remember what I yielded but it was awesome!
    I only got the one harvest but I had quite a few friends come and witness this incredible event.

    Ross

    Wisconsin, USA

  • Worked just like it should. Yield was 18.3kg

    Wilfred 

    Busselton, Western Australia