I have to pull some honey supers off of hives in an outyard that is an hours drive from my house... so needless to say I don't want to have to make the drive twice if I can avoid it. There is no electricity in the area and I don't yet have a portable generator, so I can't run a blower to blow the bees off the comb either. Which begs the question, what's the best way to get the bees out of those supers? I thought about using a bee brush, but that is very slow and runs a great risk of opening up the cappings and causing honey to be lost in possibly copious amounts. I thought about using a fume board, but those usually take a day or two. Right now I could still make the drive twice if I HAD to... but one day it might be an outyard that's 6 hours away (better be one HECK of an outyard :lol: ). So it begs the question, how would you do it?