Australian beekeepers invent innovative new beehive that makes "honey on tap"
New South Wales father and son, Stuart and Cedar Anderson, have invented a new beekeeping system called the Flow Hive, which has revolutionized beekeeping causing less distress to bees and beekeepers alike. The Flow Hive’s innovative lever splits full cells of honey and creates channels for it to flow, essentially making it honey on tap.
Selling the Flow Hive on crowdsourcing site Indiegogo, the Anderson duo have raised over $1.7 million in the first 24 hours of business. "Our dream was that this would increase the bee population around the world and help people become engaged with bees," Stuart Anderson said. Which is good news for bees, whose population is dying at alarming rates.