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Author Topic: hang on to the doughnut  (Read 709 times)
Ted n Ms
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« on: April 11, 2009, 11:06:25 PM »

In a post by Ross he said that he just cut a hole in the hive top to invert his feeder. I used this method by cuting a hole with a 2 3/4 hole saw and smoothing the edge a little with a drum sander. A perfect fit for a mason jar or invert a paint can feeder.But save the doughnut out of the holesaw and glue and nail it to a 4x4 block to cover the hole. The bees bwill stick it down to the top....works great
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