Effortlessly Queen Rearing
This system eliminates the process of grafting by having the queen lay directly in the cell cup. This system allows you to raise up to 110 queens at one time. All components are reusable except brown cell cups. Reusing cell cups greatly diminishes the acceptance rate.
Increased queen rearing success rate
Specifically designed to let you have high level of control on the age of your larvae and how many queens you will produce. With this system you can be sure of the age of the eggs you want your bees to make into queens (queens are eggs for 3 days, larva for 5 1/2 days then pupa for 7 1/2 days, for a maximum total development of 16 days).
Easy Even For Beginner
Using this kit is much easier than the traditional grafting method. Very popular as you don’t have to manually graft the larvae – great if your eyesight isn’t the best! Great for beginners to learn Queen rearing!
It worked great. Thank you
These are entry level tools. Should serve a hobbyist fine. If you are running more than one or two hives you may want to upgrade and pass on this set.
Good value. It works. Brown cups dont fit snuggly in yellow holders, so apply some wax to make them stick.
This was exactly what I needed for my bee keeping!
This product is workable item. I recommend beginners to watch a queen rearing video on youtube and you can be a pro at queen rearing this is a simple gadget!
Comes unassembled with a comb box, 110 cell cups, 2 bars with 20 cell bar fixtures, 20 cup holders and 20 hatching cages.
All components are reusable except brown cell cups. Reusing cell cups greatly diminishes the acceptance rate.
No, this kit will not harm your bees, it is made of environmental friendly & bee-safe material
Step 1: Insert brown cell cups into the cassette and place the cassette into a frame in one of your occupied hives. Step 2: Place your best queen inside the cassette, She will fill the comb and cell plugs with eggs. Then Extract larvae with the cell cup holder. These will be allowed to hatch and the larvae are then transferred to a cell starter and later to a cell finisher and finally to a mating nuclei. When you release the queen - make sure you know the timeline for queen egg and larvae development! You will have larvae of the precise age for queen rearing.