Brood fall off frame.

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  1. Jamisonbrooks

    Jamisonbrooks New Member

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    look at my hive Today and when i Pulled one of the frame Some of the brood fell off i just st iT back on sn empity fram But is that a good idea or not? And WHAT do you do If that happend agin?
     
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    Are you using foundationless frames. If so new comb is very fragile and breaks easily, keep it perpendicular to the ground and treat it very carefully.
     

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    No i am using plactic foundation couted with beeswax. IT was atached to the fram But not the foundation.
     
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    Handle all frames carefully. Uncapped brood falls out easily and doesn't recover if placed back in the frame usually
     
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    WHAT about caped brood
     
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    "No i am using plactic foundation couted with beeswax. IT was atached to the fram But not the foundation."

    Wanky comb like that is usually the result of bad bee space. Pull it off and make sure the frames are tight to each other.
     
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    Will the caped brood surviv
     
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    Let them emerge and then pull it off