Can honey actually flow out of a hive?

January 29, 2018 1 Comment

Can honey actually flow out of a hive?

This is a new type of hive that we were experimenting with in 2017.  We have evaluated the product and have made them available for sale.

In addition to being a garden masterpiece, it saves hobbyist beekeepers significant money as you don't need to purchase expensive extracting equipment.

Buy one for yourself!




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Janice JANZEN
Janice JANZEN

March 27, 2020

Hello Hiveworld!
I was very excited to find you this year! I got my first hive in 2019 and absolutely loved watching my bees. I purchased the Flowhive and had no problems with it. I was able to harvest 8 cups of honey which I was totally impressed with. It didn’t disrupt the bees while I harvested and it was easy and clean. I see you have the same concept and just maybe, if I get ambitious I might have to get a second hive from you this year!

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