For the past eight years we have been raising bees using traditional methods that do not rely on chemicals to treat the bees. We raise our own queens and constantly look for more natural methods to manage bees.
Our honey is extracted throughout the summer and comes straight from the hive to you. We don’t hire out our bees and we don’t heat or pasteurize our honey. Signup on our mailing list we’ll let you know when fresh honey is available - it usually sells out quickly.
If you’re touring the farm be sure to check out the apiary, it’s usually buzzing with activity.
2012 Recap (1/13) - 2012 was a good year both in terms of new hives started and total honey flow. The non-existent winter followed by the unusually warm spring left the bees plenty of reserves. We brought in some swarms and made quite a few nucs. We even gave a hive to Susquehanna University for their Biology Dept. observation hive.
Our honey is available in 1 lb. glass jars and 12 oz Honey Bears with Drip Proof top.
The observation hive.