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The basic equipment for feeding bees

In the online store of Beekeeping Professional you can get a comprehensive selection of products that are helpful for feeding bees. You need the appropriate designs for your hives. Very popular among them are the feeding frames. They are tailored for feeding with liquid feed, which is very popular especially for the winter period. Depending on the hive, you can find frames with different capacities. Versions with 10 to 12 liters are common. If you work with a feed mash or also a solid feed, the feed trough is the better choice. The bees can reach the trough via a ladder and can get their food there.

Keep in mind that bees in the feeder box are often dependent on you for food. However, the hive boxes are much smaller than the classic hives. Therefore, the feeder frame should also be smaller. In our assortment we have products with different dimensions for you to hand.

Tips for the selection:

  • Measure the hive or scion box precisely.
  • Decide what consistency the feed should have.
  • Choose containers that are easy to clean.

Feeding bees - what material is suitable?

The basis of bee feed is, of course, sugar. For this reason, the feed is often very sticky. Even if the bees work diligently and pick up the food, it can still happen that residues remain in the frame. For you, this means that cleaning becomes necessary. This cleaning is important to prevent bacteria from forming on the feed. Therefore, check which material is optimal for you. We are very happy to work with the feed frames made of wood. The natural product fits perfectly with the natural hives of the bees and can also be cleaned with a damp cloth.

Many beekeepers also like to use a metal feeder. This can be rinsed under the water, dried and then used again. Some manufacturers rely on models made of plastic. Partly the frames from wood have even inserts from plastic. We at Beekeeping Professional have a wide range of products, with something for every taste.

Feeding bees with feeding bags

Do you already know the feeding bags? They are much narrower than the classic frames and are well suited if you like to feed the bees with bee feed syrup or even sugar dough. The bags are rather narrow and are filled from the top. The food is then distributed in the bag. You can find versions made of wood or also plastic. If you decide on the variants made of wood, we also recommend a protective coating for the interior. This prevents rapid wear on the wood. This way you can enjoy the bee feeder bag longer.

Also with these models it is important that you pay attention to the size. If the bags are too wide, they cannot be put into the hive. Bags that are too narrow will not hold. We describe each product in detail - also in terms of dimensions.

Do not forget the bars in the lining

Especially in the warm season, foraging frames are the best choice. Your bees can optimally help themselves from them when needed. Keep in mind that the containers need special floats and also webs. Of course, you could resort to a simple tray. However, here there is a risk that the bees will drown in the food or even suffocate. If there are walkways, the bees will lean into the food from the walkway and pick up the food. It is often underestimated how much food the bees need. If you have a large colony, the food supply should be at least 20 kg for the insects.

Feeding bees at the right time

After you have done the last honey harvest, feeding is an important point. The same applies to the start of the season. The bees need the supplies so they can take care of their colony. However, a major problem with feeding that is often underestimated, especially by beginners, is predation. Therefore, pay attention to the correct feeding times. Start feeding in the evening rather than when the animals leave the prey during the day. This will prevent them from not having enough bees to defend the hive. Make sure that none of the food remains on the outside of the hive or perhaps even drips onto the floor. This will attract potential predators.

Find products for feeding the bees directly online

If you still need the right products to give the bees their food, you will certainly find them at Bienucht-Profi. We have an extensive assortment with feed bags and frames in various sizes. The products are designed to be easy to use and also to clean. We are also happy to advise you on the selection. If you have questions about the frames or the correct use, just write to us about it.

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Bottle feeder with wooden wedge
Bottle feeder with wooden wedge
Plastic feeder with mounting thread for a standard plastic bottle. The wedge can also be fixed under the slot under the slot of a flight hole, e.g. in the with the Liebig high floor. The feeder is approx. 16 cm long, 7.5 cm wide and 2,5 cm high, Ø approx. 3 cm (delivery without bottle)
€2.10 *
Imgut® Feed bucket 2 l
Imgut® Feed bucket 2 l
with punched lid, sieve surface 60 mm, and yellow bucket with handle Ø approx. 18 cm, height approx. 13.5 cm
€3.90 *
Dadant plastic feeding trough 1,5 l round
Dadant plastic feeding trough 1,5 l round
3-part, with dome ascent, dome cover and cover, e.g. for hive inner cover Ø 240 mm, height 50 mm
€4.10 *
Round plastic feeding trough 2 liters
Round plastic feeding trough 2 liters
3-part, with dome ascent, dome cover and cover, e.g. for hive inner cover Ø 280 mm, height 55 mm
€5.80 *
BienoPlast feeding trough 2 l square
BienoPlast feeding trough 2 l square
made of food-safe plastic with side access, adjustable feed web and hinged transparent lids for liquid and solid food External dimensions approx. 250 x 185 x 80 mm
€5.90 *
Imgut® Feed bucket 5 litres
Imgut® Feed bucket 5 litres
with punched lid, sieve surface 60 mm, and transparent bucket with handle Ø approx. 22 cm, height approx. 20 cm
€5.90 *
New round feeding trough 1.8 liters
New round feeding trough 1.8 liters
3-part, with dome rise, dome cover and cover, e.g. for Mini Plus plastic hive Ø 215 mm, height 80 mm
€6.60 *
ApiNord® Feeding bucket 5 litres
ApiNord® Feeding bucket 5 litres
with sieve lid made of tin bronze, sieve 70 mm and white bucket with handle Handle. Ø 24 cm, height 19 cm
€6.30 *
Imgut® Feeding trough square flat 1.5 l
Imgut® Feeding trough square flat 1.5 l
3-part, with dome ascent, dome cover and cover, e.g. for hive inner cover Outer dimensions approx. 270 x 270 x 40 mm
€8.40 *
Imgut® Plastic feeding trough 4 l
Imgut® Plastic feeding trough 4 l
The container is made of one piece. 3-piece, rectangular container with dome rise, dome cover and lid, e.g. for inner lids and frames Ø 325 x 385 x 55 mm
€13.60 *
Plastic feeding trough 6 litres round
Plastic feeding trough 6 litres round
3-part, with dome ascent, dome cover and cover, e.g. for half and full frames Ø 375 mm, height 90 mm
€15.40 *
Plastic feeding trough 6 l square
Plastic feeding trough 6 l square
3-piece, rectangular container with lateral Dome, dome cover and lid, e.g. for feeding into frames Outer dimensions approx. 335 x 405 x 75 mm Does not fit for the 11er normal size hive
€16.40 *
Feeding frame for scion caster 2010 S Dadant US, Langstroth
Feeding frame for scion caster 2010 S Dadant US, Langstroth
made of hard foam, with lateral access and plastic angle. Capacity approx. 6 litres. Suitable for scion boxes no. 1583 and 1584. We recommend for painting the inside our high gloss varnish Art. 2131
€21.60 *
ApiTek® Styrofoam lining frame®
ApiTek® Styrofoam lining frame®
for the ApiTek® mating box, with plastic cover, capacity approx. 0.75 litres We recommend for interior painting our high gloss varnish Art. 2131
€11.50 *
Api'deus® Lining frame wood
Api'deus® Lining frame wood
Made of 20 mm thick solid wood Ventilation and barrier grids, cover fix Capacity approx. 0.7 litres Outer dimensions 24 x 15 cm, height 7 cm, Weight 0,5 kg We recommend painting the inside with vat varnish Art. 2127 or ApiDana® Lining frame varnish Art. 21275
€15.70 *
Kiel lining frame wood
Kiel lining frame wood
Made of 20 mm thick solid wood also suitable for Kieler Styrofoam Capacity approx. 1,7 litres Outer dimensions 27 x 21,5 cm, height 8 cm, Weight 0,6 kg We recommend painting the inside with vat varnish Art. 2127 or ApiDana® lining frame varnish Art. 21275
€15.90 *
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The basic equipment for feeding bees

In the online store of Beekeeping Professional you can get a comprehensive selection of products that are helpful for feeding bees. You need the appropriate designs for your hives. Very popular among them are the feeding frames. They are tailored for feeding with liquid feed, which is very popular especially for the winter period. Depending on the hive, you can find frames with different capacities. Versions with 10 to 12 liters are common. If you work with a feed mash or also a solid feed, the feed trough is the better choice. The bees can reach the trough via a ladder and can get their food there.

Keep in mind that bees in the feeder box are often dependent on you for food. However, the hive boxes are much smaller than the classic hives. Therefore, the feeder frame should also be smaller. In our assortment we have products with different dimensions for you to hand.

Tips for the selection:

  • Measure the hive or scion box precisely.
  • Decide what consistency the feed should have.
  • Choose containers that are easy to clean.

Feeding bees - what material is suitable?

The basis of bee feed is, of course, sugar. For this reason, the feed is often very sticky. Even if the bees work diligently and pick up the food, it can still happen that residues remain in the frame. For you, this means that cleaning becomes necessary. This cleaning is important to prevent bacteria from forming on the feed. Therefore, check which material is optimal for you. We are very happy to work with the feed frames made of wood. The natural product fits perfectly with the natural hives of the bees and can also be cleaned with a damp cloth.

Many beekeepers also like to use a metal feeder. This can be rinsed under the water, dried and then used again. Some manufacturers rely on models made of plastic. Partly the frames from wood have even inserts from plastic. We at Beekeeping Professional have a wide range of products, with something for every taste.

Feeding bees with feeding bags

Do you already know the feeding bags? They are much narrower than the classic frames and are well suited if you like to feed the bees with bee feed syrup or even sugar dough. The bags are rather narrow and are filled from the top. The food is then distributed in the bag. You can find versions made of wood or also plastic. If you decide on the variants made of wood, we also recommend a protective coating for the interior. This prevents rapid wear on the wood. This way you can enjoy the bee feeder bag longer.

Also with these models it is important that you pay attention to the size. If the bags are too wide, they cannot be put into the hive. Bags that are too narrow will not hold. We describe each product in detail - also in terms of dimensions.

Do not forget the bars in the lining

Especially in the warm season, foraging frames are the best choice. Your bees can optimally help themselves from them when needed. Keep in mind that the containers need special floats and also webs. Of course, you could resort to a simple tray. However, here there is a risk that the bees will drown in the food or even suffocate. If there are walkways, the bees will lean into the food from the walkway and pick up the food. It is often underestimated how much food the bees need. If you have a large colony, the food supply should be at least 20 kg for the insects.

Feeding bees at the right time

After you have done the last honey harvest, feeding is an important point. The same applies to the start of the season. The bees need the supplies so they can take care of their colony. However, a major problem with feeding that is often underestimated, especially by beginners, is predation. Therefore, pay attention to the correct feeding times. Start feeding in the evening rather than when the animals leave the prey during the day. This will prevent them from not having enough bees to defend the hive. Make sure that none of the food remains on the outside of the hive or perhaps even drips onto the floor. This will attract potential predators.

Find products for feeding the bees directly online

If you still need the right products to give the bees their food, you will certainly find them at Bienucht-Profi. We have an extensive assortment with feed bags and frames in various sizes. The products are designed to be easy to use and also to clean. We are also happy to advise you on the selection. If you have questions about the frames or the correct use, just write to us about it.

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