You can put the feeder at the other end. They will most likely find it. I don't have a feeder for the KTBH, I have a solid bottom and I just pour some syrup on the bottom. But if I had time, I'd probably build a frame feeder. With my TTBH, I just use a regular medium depth frame feeder as my hives are the dimensions to take regular medium frames.
Michael, Thank You so much for your time. I have viewed your site and it is a good source for me. I appreciate that. Here are some images of what I have done. I have decided to sacrafice 4 inches inside the box and put my feeder in there. I am thinking that I can raise the feeders to where the top of the jars sit at the top level so they are easier to grab. That also leaves the possibility of a passage under them that can be used as an entrance. I dunno, I have not nailed any of it (the feeder part) together. I am still trying to do what is best for the bees. I imagine that there will be some trial and error on my part. Yall, however, have done a lot of the learning for us and I apprciate being able to tap into that knowledge. I dont think I can say that enough.
I found out that my Grandfather was a beekeeper yesterday but I never got to know him. Thats to bad for me, I would have liked for that knowledge to have been passed down.