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Super Frames

The frames provide the structural support for the honeycomb that the honey bees draw out for egg and food storage. The frames and beeswax foundation are assembled together and placed in the hive body or super. The honey bees will draw out the starter foundation about one inch with beeswax in a six sided cell format. The frames in the super can be taken off the beehive to have the honey extracted for the consumer. The beekeeper can also cut the honey comb to consume in it's natural state. After the honey has been extracted the frames can be place back on the beehive for the honey bees to store more honey for themselves. The frames and foundation can be cross-wired for extra strength when extracting. Plastic frames have become popular and can replace the traditional wood and beeswax frame.

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