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Complete Drebbieville Hive
Complete Drebbieville Hive


 
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AZ Hives come from Slovenia and are a strong alternative to the common Langstroth hives. With a Langstroth hive, the beekeeper must lift heavy boxes in order to get their work done. For some of us this lifting just isnʼt possible. Some experienced beekeepers find themselves having to quit their hobby for physical reasons and new beekeepers are deterred from the activity all together -- all because of these heavy boxes!

The Drebbieville is the first American produced AZ hive with accessible
frames from the rear like a dollhouse, modified to familiar Langstroth dimensions. The Drebbieville hive eliminates
the heavy work of beekeeping!
Price: $550.00


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The complete 3 -chamber Drebbieville Hive including 30 Langstroth-size AZ frames, screened windows, interchangeable queen excluder and separator/blocker, bottle feeder, entrance reducers and entrance blockers. Window latches and rear door are reversible.
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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
AZ Hives July 26, 2018
Reviewer: Roy Stark from Kirbyville, TX United States  
The quality of the Drebbieville hives is excellent! I am in southeast Texas. Going to order more so I don't have to lift anymore heavy boxes. To say I am impressed is an understatement!

Regards

Roy Stark

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  6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
 
A pleasure to keep in May 26, 2017
Reviewer: Ian Corey  
I bought this hive in 2015. Great experience keeping in it. I prefer it over a Langstroth where I would be lifting boxes and rolling bees while pulling frames. I can sit out of the hot sun and manage the hive while the colony goes about its business.
I'm very enthusiastic about the future of these types of hives in this country.

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