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My mission

HELP US TO HELP THE BEES

Here at Reeves Bees, those six words have been our guiding principle. We put out heart and soul into the honey or bees you buy from us and you can rest assured you’re getting my very best. By supporting us, you become more in tune with the needs of our pollinators.

I hope you will use a few less pesticides on your lawn or in your garden… and maybe even provide a supportive habitat for the pollinators.

You’ve heard it many times… the majority of the fruits, vegetables and nuts you enjoy each day depend upon the daily work of the bees. So why not be part of the change we want to see when it comes to the health and vigor of all our pollinators?

News

Hello Beekeepers, we’ll have mated queens virgins and cells, all grafted after the summer solstice. Mated Queens: $45Virgins: $15Ripe Cells: $9 ($7 for 50 or more) A “ripe

Testimonials

Here's what beekeepers are saying about my bees and queens!

Having Garry as one of my beekeeping mentors has made me a little biased, but I can honestly say that year after year, the queens cells I get from him to replace queens in my hives have made a positive impact on the quality and longevity of my bees.
Jason Morgan Beekeeper

Gallery

Just a few shots around our home base and apiaries for your viewing pleasure! Click to see a larger version.

Honey Available

Learn more about how we sell our honey.

Glass Jars

Glass and decorative jars with cork stoppers have a stately presentation. These are best dispensed with a dipper.

Plastic Squeeze

Clean quick dispensing via a flip-top lid squeezed right from the bottle into your tea, coffee or on your pancakes!

Chunk Honey

Chunks of honeycomb filled with honey. The chunks are usually what's been cut away from our slabs of comb honey.

Comb honey

A nostalgic favorite, honey still inside the comb ready for you to cut or bite into it! Served in a plastic tray with lid or clamshell.