Veteran beekeepers are calling it “mindboggling.” A father-son team in Australia invented the Flow Hive which allows users to collect honey on tap directly from their beehives without bugging their winged workers.
“It really is a revolution,” said Graham Anderson, a beekeeper of 40 years. “I was completely amazed.”
Cedar Anderson and his father Stuart have long lamented the difficult and messy task of gathering honey from their bees. So they designed a completely new system. After ten years of testing prototypes, they unveiled their Flow Hive on the crowd funding platform, Indiegogo.
Within five minutes they reached their initial goal of $70,000, needed to purchase specialized manufacturing equipment. In the two weeks since, they have raised more than 5.6 million dollars in funding — promising their amazing products in return for upfront cash…ReadMore