Dadant & Sons, Inc. is America’s oldest & largest manufacturer of beekeeping supplies! Beekeeping is a fascinating hobby and proves to be a challenging business as well. There are many aspects to beekeeping, ranging from raising the bees and producing honey to using the products from the hive for crafts, cooking and for your health. We have helped the beekeeper for many generations and it is our goal to continue providing helpful information to all beekeepers, from small to large. You can also visit the Shop where you can check out our secure online catalog.
We provide beekeeping supplies to the beginning beekeeping hobbyist and the professional beekeeping industry alike. We carry a comprehensive line of hives and hive kits, protective clothing, queen rearing equipment, beekeeping tools, tracheal mite controls and varroa mite controls, as well as honey extraction equipment and honey bottling supplies.
At Glory Bee you will find our famous GloryBee Honey, Aunt Patty's foods, HoneyStix, Candy, Candle Making Supplies, Soap Making Supplies, Essential Oils, Fragrance Oils, Molds, Beekeeping Supplies, and much more.
Shastina Millworks provide beekeeping supplies to both Commercial and Hobbyist beekeepers. For commercial beekeeper, Shastina Millworks has volume prices on all your hive components. For hobbyist, Shastina Bee Girls retail on all you beekeeping supplies.
Used Pallet Company
4115 South Orange Ave.
Fresno, CA 93725
The American Bee Journal magazine is the oldest English language publication on bees - helping beekeepers for more than 100 years. Scores of interesting and informative articles to make beekeeping more fun and profitable. Monthly crop and market information, practical information, scientific and experimental reports, industry news, and display and classified ads. A staff with many years of experience to research and answer questions.
The Magazine Of American Beekeeping, is designed for beginning, sideline and commercial beekeepers who what the latest information on keeping bees.
The Beesource Beekeeping website was started in 1997 by a hobbyist beekeeper and became an online community for beekeepers and beekeeping in 1999. It has experienced organic, word of mouth grassroots growth ever since. Today, Beesource.com has over 14,000 registered members and is the most active online beekeeping community of its kind in the world.
The Harry H. Laidlaw Jr. Honey Bee Research Facility on Bee Biology Road, University of California, Davis, is the largest and most comprehensive state‐supported apiculture facility in North America and the only one in California.
Don Kuchenmeister aka "the FatBeeMan" is a commercial honeybee breeder in North Georgia. With more than 50 years of bee knowledge under his belt, he conducts training classes and produces a premium small cell, organic bee.
>by Howland Blackiston
Phone: (808) 328-9016
P.O. Box 2737, Fallbrook, CA 92088-2737
by Howland Blackiston
“The purpose of the California State Beekeepers Association is to educate the public about the beneficial aspects of honey bees, advance research beneficial to beekeeping practices, provide a forum for cooperation among beekeepers, and to support the economic and political viability of the beekeeping industry.”
The ABF is a national organization with about 1,000 members that continually works in the interest of all beekeepers, large or small, and those associated with the industry to ensure the future of the honey bee. Our members share a common interest to work toward better education and information for all segments of the industry in the hope of increasing our chances for survival in today's competitive world.
MDBA is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, more specifically to improve the image and public understanding of honeybees, including their importance as pollinators, and promote the art of beekeeping and honey production.
The Western Apicultural Society is a non-profit, educational, beekeeping organization founded in 1978 for the benefit and enjoyment of all beekeepers in western North America
Our goal is to increase interest in and knowledge of bees and beekeeping for the hobby and commercial beekeeper, and to educate the general public in the value of bees.
Our objective is to promote the interest of bee culture and beekeeping within Los Angeles County; to enhance the education of the general public and of the association members concerning the important roles of honeybees in the natural, rural, and urban worlds; to provide information for the closer cooperation of beekeepers with apiculture researchers and public agencies that they may work together for the promotion of systematic, managed beekeeping.