|Here is the "crazy comb" on the inside of the upper cover.|
|The bees have only been in the hive for two weeks, but you can already see them filling up the comb with honey.|
The second colony has been in their hive box for one week now and they are busy as ever building comb. I feed both colonies a simple sugar syrup which helps the little pollinators to create their wax glands. Once they have their glands up and running, they can create they comb and the queen can lay her eggs in the comb. I have to feed them for 4-6 weeks; at this point, they are going through about a gallon each a week.