Little Giant Frame Feeder is also known as a division board feeder and this takes the place of one of the many frames within the brood box. This allows you to feed your bees if and when outside nectar sources are inaccessible or unavailable. It features grooved sides and inner ladders to help the bees reach the syrup while decreasing the risk of drowning. This frame feeder can hold up to 3 quarts of syrup and can fit into a standard sized deep body hive box. Only requires minor assembly of the ladder with no tools needed.
Assemble the ladders: At the hinge points; gently bend the ladders so that the ridge along the top is opening to the outside. Continue folding until it is a rectangular shape. With the ladder on a hard surface, snap clips on the edge firmly together to secure, working from the center to the outside.
Assemble the two ladders into the frame feeder cap: Push rectangular ladders securely into cap until the lip of the ladder lies flush on the cap.
Insert the cap and ladder assembly into the frame feeder body: Snap down cap onto the body of the feeder.
NOTE: If you do not want to use the cap and ladder method you can simply just fill your feeder and use the clips to hold it in place.