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Number: 449/8
Name: Bee culture > Hive > Multi-queen; e.g., swarm capture > Queen raising
Description: Structure with provision to encourage and care for the production of a bee larvae into a queen bee.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7410406 Virgin queen bee rearing and introduction system Aug. 12, 2008
6062945 Process for rearing bumblebee queens and process for rearing bumblebees May. 16, 2000
4651372 Plastic bee comb and method for breeding more efficient and more resistant bees Mar. 24, 1987
4400837 Queen bee mating nucleus Aug. 30, 1983
4392262 Apparatus for breeding queen honeybees Jul. 12, 1983
4332045 Method and apparatus for economically maintaining and breeding bees in a bee compound unit Jun. 1, 1982











 
 
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