Have you ever wanted a beehive, but it seems like too much hard work to harvest the honey that the bees have worked so hard to collect and therefore protect?
Well an Australian father and son have come up with a new design! Simply put, they describe it as partly formed honeycomb cells, that are filled with honey, and caped with wax as per usual. Then there's a handle that splits the cells, and the honey drains out, leaving the bees undisturbed.
Its a pretty neat design! Here's hoping we see it on the market soon. The more hobbyist beehives there are, the better for the bee population, and we're all about saving the bees!