Revolutionary Way – New Mobile Honey Harvester

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Great ideas always came from the need to upgrade practical experience. It was the same by Grant Engel who invented Mobile Honey Harvester. “Basically I discovered the problems of harvesting and extracting honey,” he says.

In New Zeland he won a national award and took away $5000 cash and an advertising package for his creation, called Revolutionary Beekeeping.Mobile Honey Harvester
He impresses The judges because they were looking for an agricultural innovation that solved a common problem and had economical potential on the market.

Grat said that the Mobile Honey Harvester is designed to harvest honey from plastic frames. It can also harvest from wooden frames with plastic inserts.
For know Mobile Honey Harvester is designed to harvest honey from plastic frames. If you have plastic inserts you can harvest honey also from wooden frames.
Allegedly he shod show his product at New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays this month. Price for Mobile Honey Harvester is $3500.

With over 1000 exhibitors, National Fieldays is the ultimate launch platform for cutting edge agricultural technology and innovation.

Once more we can see that Beekeeping is a wide area to research and invent new useful stuff but without practical experience and passion you cannot expect success.

Source: www.stuff.co.nz , www.revolutionarybeekeeping.co.nz and www.fieldays.co.nz.

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Frenkie

The beekeeper since year 2000, lover of nature, healthy diet and technology. I`m also editor of the beeTIME.eu.

2 Comments

    • Frenkie

      I have to agree with you, for some beekeepers this is too expensive. After they published video we will attach it to this post so you can see how it works.