Kenneth Otte
Feb 11, 2018

Buy Flow Hive

2 comments

Hi There,

 

Can you point me in the right direction to purchase a flow hive?

Alan Thomson
Mar 17, 2018

Are you wanting a Flow Hive already set up or are adept at putting the hive together yourself? Google Flowhive and their website has all the info you need to make a decision. If you haven't had bees before my suggestion is to do a bee keeping course as a pre requisite.

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Oct 8

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