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Hive Doctor USA Queen Excluder With Gated Plastic Rim

SKU / EXCUSPLGT

A Queen Excluder is used to keep the queen from laying eggs in the honey supers. The excluder works due to the queen being larger than a normal worker bee and cannot pass through the slots in the wire.

It is normally only used during the honey season (spring/summer) and should be removed during the autumn and winter months so the bees are able to group together to keep warm.


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Description

This queen excluder is fitted with a gated entrance:

  • Allows bee entry above the excluder and directly into the honey box
  • Decreased time to get nectar into the hive
  • Improves venting and air movement
  • Can be opened and closed to meet your hive management needs
  • Gate is tightly fitted to ensure it does not swing shut, and stays closed during transport
  • Rim is made from high strength virgin plastics
  • Assembled with stainless steel screws for a long life under repeated use
  • Dimensionally accurate

A Queen Excluder is used to keep the queen from laying eggs in the honey supers. The excluder works due to the queen being larger than a normal worker bee and cannot pass through the slots in the wire.

It is normally only used during the honey season (spring/summer) and should be removed during the autumn and winter months so the bees are able to group together to keep warm.

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Quantity Price
1 $20.37 +GST
20 $17.70 +GST
100 $16.11 +GST
500 $15.08 +GST
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