AU2019903217A0 - The Maxi Hive, a bee-friendly and ergonomic bee hive designed to help the bees and beekeeper to thrive in an urban environment. The long body of the Maxi Hive with frames measuring 370mm deep, allow enough space in the hive to help the bees develop a healthy colony. The Maxi Hive is available in 8, 9 and 10 frames, perfect to combine with existing equipment and honey flow Technology. The ergonomic design of the Maxi Hive is perfect for urban beekeeping enabling the keeper to manage and thoroughly inspect the health of the hive without the need to add a second brood box. - Google Patents

The Maxi Hive, a bee-friendly and ergonomic bee hive designed to help the bees and beekeeper to thrive in an urban environment. The long body of the Maxi Hive with frames measuring 370mm deep, allow enough space in the hive to help the bees develop a healthy colony. The Maxi Hive is available in 8, 9 and 10 frames, perfect to combine with existing equipment and honey flow Technology. The ergonomic design of the Maxi Hive is perfect for urban beekeeping enabling the keeper to manage and thoroughly inspect the health of the hive without the need to add a second brood box.

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AU2019903217A0
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