Freezing your “honey bank” frames is the easiest and best protection against insects, rodents, excess humidity and even crystallization. It also gives a beekeeper control of harvest timing: A frozen harvest can be thawed at a time of the year less busy for a beekeeper, maybe even during the winter holidays. At that time of year, perhaps some of winter extraction can even be directly packaged for gifts. Picture shows a couple 10-frame westerns and a 10-frame deep box fitting nicely inside an upright.
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