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Bee Smart Robbing Screen

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Original Price $10.95
Current Price $9.95
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The Ultimate Universal IPM Robbing Screen from Bee Smart Designs© is designed for ease of use, practicality and it works great with the Ultimate Bottom Board.


Weight .75 lbs

Dimensions 15 × 5 × 1 in

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Be warned

I have 12 of these. {purchased last year for our late summer robbing season. They seemed to have done pretty well on the robbing front - HOWEVER - the girls filled the holes with propolis. The manufacture told me 'they've never seen this before' and yet refused to replace them. Instead suggested I poke out each individual hole with a paper clip.

Catch those robbers!!

I have 2 new colonies right next door to 25 established hives. So I wanted some protection just in case. So far my hives have been thriving and building up. Nothing has been able to get into my hive and the limited entrance helps them keep things in order. I like how easy it is to install or remove the beesmart screen. I actually bought em for all my hives.

Linda Dunkum
Bee Smart Robbing Screen

They are ingenious! Fit my 10 frame hive bodies exactly. Let’s me feed the bees with a clear conscience, knowing I’m not causing their destruction by marauding neighbors. The push pins are nice idea, also. Thank you very much.

Todd Holmer
Robbing Screen

These screens are easy to install and it seems to stopped the robbing instantly. I would purchase more before the robbing season next year. A++

Robin Poe
Help for a weaker hive

I ordered one for each hive, but I put one of them on a weaker hive first. We don't have much robbing right now, but the yellow jackets are fierce this summer, and I don't want them to get into the hive. It was easy to adjust the screen for my 8-frame hive (just snap off the ears). It installed easily using the push pins. The bees kind of bunched up at the entrance of the hive, but after a while, they found the gate on the top. It took a few orienting flights. I think the robbing screen will make a happier hive!