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About the author:
Peter Sieling has been a woodworker, lumber processor and kiln operator for over twenty five years.  He has written several books for Mason Crest Publishing and Garreson Publishing, plus numerous articles for Bee Culture, Popular Woodworking, Sawmill and Woodlot,  Better Homes and Gardens Wood magazine, and Christian Science Monitor.  The author has owned and operated Garreson Lumber Company for over twenty years, drying over 750,000 BF of lumber.
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Making the Eight Frame Hive
By Peter Sieling
This was the standard hive at the beginning of the 20th century, especially for comb honey production.  The 8 frame hive never quite died out and while difficult to find today, it’s still preferred by many beekeepers because the smaller size is lighter and easier to handle.  Plans include all parts of the hive- the bottom board, supers, Hoffman style frames and inner cover. The standard telescoping cover is included, plus the historic “Excelsior” cover.  A simple finger jointing jig, as well as other jigs to facilitate making multiple parts are included.  24 pages, 8 ½ x 11”. 
$12.00 includes postage.
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