Honeybees for sale in Solihull

2014 Colonies and kit for sale near Solihull SOLD

I have one colony filling a nucleus box, and two strong colonies filling brood boxes and a super available for sale.
 
Nucleus box has a 2013 marked queen on standard British National DN4 frames.  The frames have all stages of brood, honey stores and pollen. The bees are covering all five frames. Bees and frames only/
Cost £80. (£20 deposit in advance £60 on collection)
 
Two Colonies.  2014 marked queens on 12 Standard British National DN4 frames.  Bees and frames only.
Cost £150 each. (£25 deposit in advance £125 on collection)
 
I have a complete spare hive available if required. (Mesh floor, galvanised sheet roof, plastic queen excluder, crown board and rapid feeder. The brood box and two supers are made of plywood. Price negotiable.)
 
They are located one mile north west of Junction 4 on the M42. (near Solihull).

The bees and frames may be transferred into your own nucleus box, or a hive with your own additional frames, late one mutually convenient afternoon.
At dusk your hive can be sealed in a manner suitable for transport.
You may take the bees that evening or return to collect them the following morning.
(Please remember that the bees must be moved at least 3 miles away.)

The colony was treated with Oxalic Acid solution during the first week of January.

My apiary was inspected by the Regional Inspector in 2012.

It is a condition of the sale that the new owner must be able to demonstrate they have registered on BeeBase

For deposit payment options please email patrick@laslett.com


2014 Two nucleus box colonies of bees available

They are located just north west of Junction 4 on the M42. (near Solihull
Only the bees with their 2013 marked queen on 5 standard British National DN4
frames are for sale.
The frames have all stages of brood, honey stores and pollen.
The bees are covering all five frames
The bees and frames may be transferred into
your own nucleus box, or a hive with your own additional frames, late one mutually
convenient afternoon.
At dusk your hive can be sealed in a manner suitable for transport.
 
You may take the bees that evening or return to collect them the following morning.
 
(Please remember that the bees must be moved at least 3 miles away.)
 
The colony was treated with Oxalic Acid solution during the first week of January.
My apiary was inspected by the Regional Inspector in 2012.
It is a condition of the sale that the new owner must be able to demonstrate they have registered on BeeBase.
 
Cost £90 each (£20 deposit in advance and £70 on collection).

Please email me patrick@laslett.com for my deposit payment options
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