Locally produced Honey
Hygenic Honey Bees
|Nucs available May 2014
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Being raised in a large farm family, Comb Honey was a rare treat greatly enjoyed but seldom indulged in by my father. I took up beekeeping at age 14 with 2 hives. Ole Dad never ran out of honey again!
And as they say, the rest is history.
To breed what we call Hoosier Hygenic HoneyBees.
Bees have many new challenges caused by a global economy introducing unnatural pests and deseases. Bees are also under seige from modern systemic pesticides .
We gleen the "best of the best" bees and queens from top breeders to blend with healthy local stock. This results in prolific hives tested to stand up well in our area.
Beekeeping Q & A
What's the best way to learn about bees?
Answer; Get some bees!
Great Video Links
PBS Nova Tales from the Hive
|State of the Bees Report;|
This has been a tough winter, and no doubt we will all take some losses. The good news is that all this winter moisture should make for a great spring flow.
I'll be at the Flower & Patio show in the White Lick Beekeepers Booth on Wednesday 3/19. Feel free to stop in & say hi!