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Need a spare inner cover for your Flow Hive/Super Classic?
Due to a warehouse clearance, we have a limited number of inner covers available for purchase.
Offered at the incredible clearance price of only $8!
Compatible with the Flow Hive/Super Classic, Flow Super Hybrid and with 8 or 10 frame Langstroth hives, this inner cover comes with a central hole should you need to feed your bees in lean times. You have the option of covering this hole with mesh to allow for ventilation and control bee access to your roof cavity or leave it open if you would like to allow your bees to build honeycomb in the roof.
It has been really exciting to be included in the first automatic honey-harvesting device in history. I am really proud of what the Andersons have achieved. Cedar gave me the first jar of honey ever harvested in this way and it is still in my pantry, too precious to be eaten. Congratulations, you two.
Australia's most successful inventor
Completed construction today and all went well, you should be very pleased to know! No problems encountered and the instructions were very clear.
It looks great and I’m very impressed with the quality of production. Thanks again for a great product.
Nar Nar Goon, VIC, Australia
We've taken 33 pounds of honey in two harvests in the first three weeks of the season from just four Flow frames here in Northern California.
It's been a wet year, so the flora is rich. It takes bees a long time to engage virgin Flow frames. But once they do, they're bringing it in!
Our Northern California honey is light, golden, and slightly citrusy. They're getting it from blackberries, lavender, and other local plants. We're expecting more than 180 pounds our three Flow Light hives this year.
We did our first harvest on Sunday, we yielded 8.5 kg from 3 frames, so we are very excited. We used simple glad-wrap over the bucket to stop potential pilfering. And not knowing for sure if you 'just turn a tap and get honey' we put it straight into a bucket with a gate and a sieve on top, just in case. We then poured out of gate from bucket into jars in the kitchen, in the a/c. Beeutiful!