Langstroth Beehive

Langstorth hive is the basic beekeeping equipment. It has 2 layer and each layer has 10 frame, total 20 frames. Brood box is used for bees living and raise their young, and super box is used for making honey as food.

Langstorth hive is the basic beekeeping equipment. It has 2 layer and each layer has 10 frame, total 20 frames. Brood box is used for bees living and raise their young, and super box is used for making honey as food.

Langstroth hive Accessories:

  • 1. telescoping cover
  • 2. inner cover
  • 2. inner cover
  • 3. bottom box
  • 4. super box
  • li>5. bottom boardli>6. entrance reducer

Angstroth Beehive:

In modern American beekeeping, a Langstroth hive is any vertically modular beehive that has the key features of vertically hung frames, a bottom board with entrance for the bees, boxes containing frames for brood and honey (the lowest box for the queen to lay eggs, and boxes above where honey may be stored) and an inner cover and top cap to provide weather protection.[1] In a Langstroth hive, the bees build honeycomb into frames, which can be moved with ease. The frames are designed to prevent bees from attaching honeycombs where they would either connect adjacent frames, or connect frames to the walls of the hive. The movable frames allow the beekeeper to manage the bees in a way which was formerly impossible.