From what I read about beekeeping I know that Langstroths are the universal type of beehives, not only in the US but around the world. There's a god reason for that, they might be the best. But in my country, Algeria, everybody's using Dadants!
For that season I'm gonna be obliged to use Dadants to begin with.
My question is: Do you think I should struggle to get Langstroths in the future or do you think Dadants would be just fine?
I keep bees in Al-Huwariyah, Tunisia (1983 to 1985) It that time all the new hives are Langstroths 10 frames. At that time I did not see an Dadant Hives.
BEE HAPPY Jim 134