The FCC put out a fantastic article covering Julie on International Women's Day! Article: Thriving at the hive, FCC celebrates honey farm operator on International Women’s Day | FCC (fcc-fac.ca)
Thanks to Industry West for the article on our start-up...proud to be building this business and creating jobs right here in Saskatchewan. As an update, this years crop was 54,000 lbs, and we are now scaling up to accomodate the growing demand for our quality honey...
Honey bees must gather nectar from two million flowers to make one pound of honey.One bee has to fly about 90,000 miles – three times around the globe – to make one pound of honey.The average bee will make only 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.A honey bee...
Haskap have very high levels of anti-oxidant. Research has shown them to exceed even blueberry levels. As a known super-fruit, we grow them and use them for jam, syrup, frozen berries, and baking. My personal favorites are mixing frozen berries into pancakes and having the jam on toast…mmmmmmm!
Our very own invention and now patent pending “Wax Cappings Extractor Frame” is now available! Save your valuable honey during the extraction process by separating more of it from those wax cappings. The frames are loaded with the honey/wax mixture during extraction or at end of day and then processed in the extraction process normally […]
The season has wrapped up, and our honey is done being extracted. Visit our shop to order your pure raw honey today!
In April we had the opportunity of attending the Alberta Prairie Ornamental Aviculture spring auction. It was the first Ornamental bird auction I’ve been to and it was a lot of fun! There was a wide variety of peacocks, pheasants, ducks, chickens, turkeys, rabbits. There were some white and black swans and even a few […]
Yesterday was an eventful day for me. It was funny in a way because I really did not have a good feeling about it from the start. I stopped at the local apiary to pick up the package bees we had ordered. It went well enough, all the packages were ready to go. 25 of […]
What do beekeepers do in the offseason? They take some holidays then get ready for the next season of course! They take holidays in the winter time because they’re way too busy to do this in the summertime. July and August are the busy months for the apiary. In the winter beekeepers build bee boxes […]
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P.O. BOX 38
Cudworth, SK, Canada