I saw what's called a queen castle used for queen rearing on Brushy Mountain's site http://www.brushymountainbeefarm.com/Qu ... tinfo/687/ ,and decided to build one.It can be sectioned off to make four two frame sections,or two five frame nucs. I had a deep hive body laying around that hadn't been assembled and and just needed to cut grooves in it for the dividers,seen here in the pic. The next pic shows the other two dividers in place.Notice the entrance at the bottom that serves the third section,there are 4 entrances for all sections to have it's own(click to enlarge) I decided to make the bottom board screened(I'm not sure if that matters or not),and supported the screen with blocks to ensure are no gaps under the dividers for the bees to cross,and the pic below that shows one of the individual entrances.I also had to cut grooves so the dividers went all the way down to the bottom board The next pic shows the four separate covers to access one section at a time. Pic showing side entrance(four total) Here is the queen castle fully assembled with the telescoping cover. Now all it needs is a couple of coats of paint,and me to learn how to use the dang thing :lol: .