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10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)

Product Code: FED008
shortds: The most popular size, extra heavy duty and now with a new patented corner access system so no syrup is left anywhere. The bees get it all!
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$25.30
(Inc. GST)
$22.00
(Ex. GST)
(Inc. GST)
(Ex. GST)

This Top Feeder complete kit you get and assembled wooden rim, set of corner caps and a center chimney cap.

We listened to the beekeeping community, and here you have our new improved Ceracell Blue Top Feeder! It has all the benefits of the previous design, but as we all know, beehives are mounted sloping slightly forward, and when feeding the bees sugar syrup in a top feeder with only a center chimney cap there is always half a Litre that the bees can't get to, now with our patented protected corner access system bees will now have access to all the syrup you feed them.  This is the new industry standard!


Extra Heavy Duty with underside ribs for strength. Made from 100% virgin food grade plastic. This comes in the most popular medium size holding 8.5 Litres.  "Why blue?" you may ask.  Because this is special!  It is a product that stands out from everything else on the market, hence the special corner access system is patented, and we want it to stand out visually as well.

Top feeders are great for feeding raw or dry white sugar in the early and mid-winter.  Feeding in this way, don't use a "chimney cap" and let the bees range across the feeder.  Raw sugar is considered better, as it has a bit of moisture in it already and the bees can work it and take it up.  If using dry white sugar you may want to add a small damp sponge to the top feeder to give the bees some moisture to work the sugar.

In the late winter/early spring you may want to feed a heavy syrup (2 kg of white sugar to 1 Litre of water, heated until fully dissolved). This shouldn't stimulate the queen to lay and with it being in a top feeder she shouldn't sense too much the sugar coming in.  When feeding in this way, use a chimney cap to restrict the bees and prevent them from getting out in the bulk of the liquid.  

 

For our North American Customers please visit our Distributors in the U.S and Canada through the below websites

https://blythewoodbeecompany.com/product-category/hive-colony-maintenance/beehive-feeders/top-feeder/ 

- for our U.S customers.

http://www.beemaidbeestore.com/product.php?txtCatID=0&txtProdID=894

- for our Canadian customers

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10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)

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10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)

$25.30 (Inc. GST)
$22.00 (Ex. GST)
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This Top Feeder complete kit you get and assembled wooden rim, set of corner caps and a center chimney cap.

We listened to the beekeeping community, and here you have our new improved Ceracell Blue Top Feeder! It has all the benefits of the previous design, but as we all know, beehives are mounted sloping slightly forward, and when feeding the bees sugar syrup in a top feeder with only a center chimney cap there is always half a Litre that the bees can't get to, now with our patented protected corner access system bees will now have access to all the syrup you feed them.  This is the new industry standard!


Extra Heavy Duty with underside ribs for strength. Made from 100% virgin food grade plastic. This comes in the most popular medium size holding 8.5 Litres.  "Why blue?" you may ask.  Because this is special!  It is a product that stands out from everything else on the market, hence the special corner access system is patented, and we want it to stand out visually as well.

Top feeders are great for feeding raw or dry white sugar in the early and mid-winter.  Feeding in this way, don't use a "chimney cap" and let the bees range across the feeder.  Raw sugar is considered better, as it has a bit of moisture in it already and the bees can work it and take it up.  If using dry white sugar you may want to add a small damp sponge to the top feeder to give the bees some moisture to work the sugar.

In the late winter/early spring you may want to feed a heavy syrup (2 kg of white sugar to 1 Litre of water, heated until fully dissolved). This shouldn't stimulate the queen to lay and with it being in a top feeder she shouldn't sense too much the sugar coming in.  When feeding in this way, use a chimney cap to restrict the bees and prevent them from getting out in the bulk of the liquid.  

 

For our North American Customers please visit our Distributors in the U.S and Canada through the below websites

https://blythewoodbeecompany.com/product-category/hive-colony-maintenance/beehive-feeders/top-feeder/ 

- for our U.S customers.

http://www.beemaidbeestore.com/product.php?txtCatID=0&txtProdID=894

- for our Canadian customers

 
10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)
10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)
10-Frame Top Feeder Complete Kit (Assembled)

Customer Reviews

5 Review
  • top feeder 5

    Posted by Richard van der Jagt on 9th May 2022

    works a treat especially when hives aren't perfectly level.

  • Great Feeder 5

    Posted by L Campbell on 3rd Apr 2022

    Amazing feeder! It’s been great to be able to feed our bees without being instructive, the bees can get all the liquid feed and the best bit, we’ve had no casualties! Would highly recommend.

  • Great Product - Modification? 4

    Posted by Matt Wilson-Vogler on 20th Jun 2021

    Hello there. This is a fantastic product. Love the corner feed points and bright colour. My only concern is that the center chimney cap doesn't lock into place as the corner feeders do. If you have a lid with a 2-3mm gap then the chimney cap can move upwards, which then increases the bottom bee gap. Once the liquid gets low the bees get into the feed and cant get out. I drilled a hole through the white plastic lid and blue chimney, then secured with a bolt, washers and a nut.

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