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Location: Crown Point, Indiana (30mi SE of Chicago)

« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2008, 10:34:12 PM »

My local club president buys all sorts of junk wood - things I think a lot of the poor folks rip off vacant properties.  Then he slaps it together and sells it to the new members that don't know much better. I think he finances his beehaving operation (buying packages each spring) this way.

I make every piece of my equipment (unless I buy/win a kit at a club fundraiser/auction). I have bought some used equipment, but by the time its cleaned and painted to my satisfaction, I might as well have made it myself. You feel like a king when you can make every piece (often in 100 or 500 piece quantities).

I still don't understand the original question:

[how much do dadant mediums typically go for?]
[How about the frames for them?]

Are you not on the internet to post this question?  huh
Why not use it to look up the prices?  rolleyes


Take your pick on quality and quantity.


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