Special purchase of commercial grade hive bodies and medium honey supers. Deep Supers Deep supers for your 10-frame hive. When these supers are full, they can weigh 70 to 90 pounds. These boxes measure 19-13/16″ x 16-1/4″ x 9-9/16″ are commercial grade. Medium Supers Medium supers for your 10-frame hive. When these supers are full, they can weigh about 40 pounds. These boxes measure 19-13/16″ x 16-1/4″ x 6-5/8″ are commercial grade. Order frames and foundation separate. LIMITED QUANTITY Visit our online store at http://www.shop.honeybeeware.comm/February-Specials_c306.htm for Continue reading →
We are still taking orders for bees for this Spring. The packages we sell come from California. We sell two or three pound package bees with either an Italian or Carnolian queen. Estimated pickup dates are Mid April and Late April. Nuc are usually here the first weekend in May. Bees can be ordered at http://shop.honeybeeware.com/Bees-Nucs-and-Queens_c51.htm The Italian bee Italian honey bees, of the subspecies Apis mellifera ligustica, were brought to the U.S. in 1859. They quickly became the favored bee stock in this country Continue reading →
With a combination of olive, coconut, shea butter and palm oils, our soaps have tremendous bubbly lather and are very moisturizing in that they keep your skin healthy and nourished. These oils help prevent dryness, and as it helps removes dead skin cells while you wash, your skin will become softer, smoother and healthier with each use.
Here is a nice article by the Age- a prominent Australian paper that I was interviewed for and some of my photos were published! For now, Australia remains Varroa Free. Check it out! Bee careful out there – a parasitic marauder is nearly at our shores Date September 1, 2014 Peter Spinks Fairfax Science Columnist Honeybees lead something of a charmed life, as they flit about collecting nectar and pollen and producing oodles of honey and wax. But now, it seems, their carefree days Continue reading →
Honey Bee Ware encouraging beginning beekeepers Wayne Gerdts has returned to the hive. A Nebraska native and third-generation beekeeper who grew up on a commercial apiary and launched his own career as a migratory beekeeper, Gerdts took several career detours. His heart was never far from beekeeping, though. And now in retirement, he is busy as a bee (pun very much intended) having opened a bee supply store in Outagamie County and an accompanying online bee equipment business, www.honeybeeware.comm. Wisconsin agriculture should be buzzing with Continue reading →