ESG, Honey Bees, Branded beehives

Honey Bees Cluster together when it's cold, but have we've been completely wrong about why?

Commercial hive designs for honeybees,  may have subjected bees to unnecessary cold, according to new research. Contrary to the conventional view, clustering is identified as distress behaviour. Thin-walled hives,  lead to bees forming clusters that act more like heatsinks than insulators.


It's worth noting that our branded hives (IPO) give an extra layer around the entire structure,  to mitigate these issues and ensure the well-being of bees -we will be looking at ways to make our design even more insulated.


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