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Mann Lake FD200 Bee-Pro Pollen Substitute
Mann Lake FD200 Bee-Pro Pollen Substitute

Mann Lake FD200 Bee-Pro Pollen Substitute Pail, 10-Pound

Product ID : 11691366
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Galleon Product ID 11691366
UPC / ISBN 714854192001
Shipping Weight 10 lbs
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Model FD200
Manufacturer Mann Lake
Shipping Dimension 14.61 x 9.8 x 8.9 inches
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Brand Mann Lake
Package Quantity 1
Size 10-Pound
UPC 714854192001
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Mann Lake FD200 Bee-Pro Pollen Substitute Features

  • Bee-Pro pollen substitute specially formulated for the commercial beekeeper who is feeding syrup as the source of carbohydrates in the bee's diet

  • High protein pollen substitute which supplies the lipids, minerals, and B-complex vitamins honeybees need to produce larval food

  • Gives your bees the best nutrients available for the production of larval food

  • Free of all contaminants, natural pollens may contain pesticide residue and disease carrying bacteria (foulbrood)

  • Comes in 10-pound pail


About Mann Lake FD200 Bee-Pro Pollen Substitute

Bee-Pro pollen substitute contains the best nutrients available for the production of larval food. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Different protein sources contain different amino acid levels; and it's for this reason that a mixture of protein sources should be included in a pollen substitute. A correct amino acid balance is the key to efficient utilization of protein. Protein quality is determined by its level of essential amino acids. A shortage of any one essential amino acid makes overall protein utilization by the bee less efficient. Can be fed in dry form in a feeder box placed in the yard or made into patties by mixing with high fructose corn syrup or sugar syrup and placed in the hive. Free of all contaminants. Natural pollens may contain pesticide residue and disease carrying bacteria (foulbrood). Can be used for building colonies in late winter or early spring, to prepare for pollination and to maintain or increase brood production prior to and after honey fl