After some advice or tips.
The FlowHive2 I introduced at work is doing good but the positioning of the hive is bothering me for cooler weather and winter.
We had a couple of days of really heavy winds and monitoring the hive the wind is driving right into the front entrance. This will cause problems and stress to the bees.
I’m thinking of turning the hive 180° so the front faces the opposite way.
Is this just a simple case of turning the hive or a bit more thinking needed like moving a hive?
I’m assuming it’s just a simple turnaround and the bees will figure it out. Or woukd reducing the entrance be enough?
Winters in the UK can be wild and wet.
Thanks in advance