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I see a lot of posted where people lose their hives in winter in spite of doing what is scientifically “all the right things”.

mihai gigi
2018-03-07

I see a lot of posted where people lose their hives in winter in spite of doing what is scientifically “all the right things”. This leads me to believe that they are freezing in many instances. So here is a question or perhaps something that could be experimented with: are there any devices out there that would keep the hive above a certain temperature (such as 35 degrees—or whatever temp has been found to keep them clustered in the hive but still above death temperature, for lack of a better term)? I’m thinking there has to be some sort of heat pad with an accurate thermostat out there that operates in that lowers temperature zone.
Anyway, just my one thought I had today...lol. Discussion?

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mihai gigi I see a lot of posted where people lose their hives in winter in spite of doing what is scientifically “all the right things”. This leads me to believe that they are freezing in many instances. So here is a question or perhaps something that could be experimented with: are there any devices out there that would keep the hive above a certain temperature (such as 35 degrees—or whatever temp has been found to keep them clustered in the hive but still above death temperature, for lack of a better term)? I’m thinking there has to be some sort of heat pad with an accurate thermostat out there that operates in that lowers temperature zone.
Anyway, just my one thought I had today...lol. Discussion?

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