Winter Clustering is a Result of Poor Hive Insulation
My bees propolising their skep for winter.

Winter Clustering is a Result of Poor Hive Insulation

We talk about this at bee club a great deal, and in all of our classes, too. It’s nice that Bee Culture magazine is talking about it too, and that we are correct that flimsy wooden hives are not good winter (or summer) homes for our bees. Read this informative article HERE.

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