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  Research in wild building with honey bees has shown that the combs are built in such a way that one can notice from the outer combs to the middle that a Y can be seen (held up to the light). In our practice we also take this into account and we hang the frames in this way in the hives.
Y - upright   Y - is upside down    




Frames marked with a Y or red line so that frames hang well from the outside to the middle.

What is the result? Firstly, the bees do less sting and secondly swarming disminishes to a big degree.

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