Bees are one of the hardest working creatures on our planet, yet they often under appreciated. Life as we know it would be quite different with out these small insects. Bees are responsible for pollinating more than one-third of everything we eat. This is why we must protect these creature and provide spaces for them to thrive.
Warre Bee Hives
The Warré Bee Hive has proven to be a healthier environment for bee colonies, allowing the bees to build combs with greater ease while allowing beekeepers to better manage and maintain the health of their hives. Our Warré Bee Hives are made of untreated pine with wood screw construction. No glues or chemicals are used in the construction. To read more about this type of hive click here.
Basic Hive (with 4 Supers) – $220.00 [plus s/h]
Basic Hive + Observation Windows – $260.00 [plus s/h]
Basic Hive + Mesh Floors – $260.00 [plus s/h]
Basic Hive + Observation Windows & Mesh Floors – $295.00 [plus s/h]
Single Supers (Boxes) – $50.00 [plus s/h]
Top Feeder – $55.00 [plus s/h]
Hive Base with Mesh Floor – $50.00 [plus s/h]
Bee Hive Lift – $225.00 [plus s/h]
Basic Hive + Lift – $400.00 [plus s/h]
Bumblebee Nest Box
Bumblebee Nest Boxes are great for people who want to protect native bee populations, but who don’t want to deal with harvesting honey. Our Bumblebee Nest Boxes are made from untreated cedar with wood screw construction. No glues or chemicals are used in the construction. For more information about Bumblebee Nest Boxes click here
Bumblebee Nest Box – $45.00 [plus s/h]
Mason Bee House
Another option for people interested in helping bees, but not in honey production, is Mason Bee Houses. Mason bees are docile, prolific pollinators that would a great addition to any garden or farm. Our Mason Bee Houses are made of untreated pine with 3/8 inch holes lined with straws for easy clean-up after the eggs hatch each year.
Mason Bee House – $30.00 [plus s/h]