Last year, the dedicated follower of urban-ag trends kept chickens in the backyard. This year, its bees on the roof: A British company, Omlet, has released the Beehaus, a picnic-cooler-style hive in five modern colors, raised on a stand to spare the beekeepers back. Includes a hive divider and four modular honey boxes, but no bees. The Beehaus costs £465 ($760) for the hive alone or £495 ($810) for a starter kit with a full-body beesuit and other accessories. omlet.co.uk

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Last year, the dedicated follower of urban-ag trends kept chickens in the backyard. This year, it’s bees on the roof: A British company, Omlet, has released the Beehaus, a picnic-cooler-style hive in five modern colors, raised on a stand to spare the beekeeper’s back. Includes a hive divider and four modular honey boxes, but no bees. The Beehaus costs £465 ($760) for the hive alone or £495 ($810) for a starter kit with a full-body beesuit and other accessories.
omlet.co.uk

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