Hive bodies and supers are the main components of a bee hive. They form the boxes in which the bees make honey comb, store honey, lay eggs, and store pollen and nectar. A deep hive body is sometimes referred to as a brood box. These are not honey supers though one could use them as such. Deep hive bodies are deeper than honey supers and typically used as the bottom one or two boxes of a bee hive. This is the box that the queen will lay eggs in. Honey supers are typically medium or shallow boxes and used primarily for honey storage. They are made shallower so that they are lighter when full of honey and easier for a bee keeper to manipulate.
5 - frame NUC hive body
5 - frame Medium NUC Super
This is an assembled Ross round 10 frame honey super
This Assembled Langstroth 10 frame hive body fits standard 10-frame equipment.
This assembled Langstroth medium honey super fits standard 10-frame equipment.
This is an assembled Ross round 5 -frame honey super
This is an assembled Ross round 8 frame honey super
This assembled 8-frame deep brood box is made from clear white pine, select grade. This assembled Langstroth hive body fits standard 8-frame equipment.
This assembled Langstroth hive medium honey super fits standard 8-frame equipment.
This Langstroth shallow honey super fits standard 8-frame equipment.
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This Langstroth shallow honey super fits standard 10-frame equipment.
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