We’re a bee-centric cooperative of beekeepers in Loveland, Colorado. We provide a limited number of 5-frame nucleus colonies from overwintered Colorado bees each Spring. Our bees are never sent out on pollination contracts, and we let our bees breed naturally, in Spring, before the commercial nucs from the California orchards come into town. We firmly believe that the bees know more about what they need than we do, and we endeavor to support them as naturally as possible in our small city. We harvest honey in the Autumn, only after we are certain that our colonies have enough to sustain them over the winter. We keep an adequate store of extra honey over the winter to ensure that we never feed our bees sugar syrup in lieu of their own honey.
Questions? Call us at 970-541-2914.