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Sorry I cant answer your post Brian,but can you tell use what the cost is to date for the kit per unit ?

I am sure many members would fancy having a go at some point.

I now await PH coming along to tell us only to use sections as its cheaper :p
 
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Sorry I cant answer your post Brian,but can you tell use what the cost is to date for the kit per unit ?

I am sure many members would fancy having a go at some point.

I now await PH coming along to tell us only to use sections as its cheaper :p
I purchased the kit in May and put it on my biggest hive. The ladies have done very well, it is almost completely full. I can't say the same for my normal honey flow so I am hoping to re-coup the £100 cost of the unit and make a little money. Never sold comb honey before so wonder what the market is like and reasonable cost fo product. It does look very good!!
 

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I am not up to date with the prices for RR's regarding parts so I would be looking for at least £4-50 per half pound plus the cost of the kit so say £4-95 or even be brave and ask for £5-95. I rather think you will achieve that easily enough. You will have what to sell? 32 or so so that will recoup your outlay neatly enough.

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