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NWC Queens

NWC Queen

Now taking 2013 Queen Orders (Prices & details)  

We offer New World Carniolan queens for sale starting approximately late April thru August. We are a small queen producer by commercial standards so quantities are limited and our northern climate limits when they can be raised.

Our breeder queens are obtained directly from …

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Welcome to Honey Run Apiaries.   Please forgive the mess as we are completely redoing our website to make it easier to maintain and expand.    It is the off season now for beekeeping so it’s an opportune time to upgrade the website.   Please let us know of any broken links you may find or if you …

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Feb 11

Beekeeping in Style

BB1-2

So what do you picture a beekeeper wearing… a boring white suit of course, often dirty and stained up with propolis and dirt.  I’ve mentioned to my wife before that I though there might be market for more stylish suits, particular with all the new hobbiests starting beekeeping these past few years, many of them …

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Honey Run Apiaries 330 Sunderland Rd S. Delphos, OH 45833 Phone: 419-371-1742 Fax: 614-633-1036  

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Jan 16

Big Jump in Packages and Queen Prices

Packages and queens typically go up in price a dollar or two each year which is expected due higher costs in materials, labor and fuel/transportation.    This year however, package prices are up big time.  10% or more in some cases equating to 5 to 10 dollars per package.  It’s the biggest jump I recall since …

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Jan 10

New Products for a New Year

Belated Happy New Year!

It's been a cold winter so far this year and it looks like the cold weather will be around for awhile.  The 10 day forecast doesn't show anything above freezing.  There isn't much one can do with the bees besides repairing old equipment and preparing new for the upcoming year.  And …

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Jul 08

BP Oil

I know this is completely off topic (bee p related jokes aside) and has not been in the news as much recently despite being as much a problem as it has been since day one, but….   Is anyone else out there bothered by the fact that the best solution BP can come up with to …

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May 19

Swarm Removal by Zip Code

It's taken longer than I hoped for to get this feature up and running, but I now I'm pleased to announce that users can now search for beekeepers and companies that do swarm removal by zip code.  This should make it much easier for users to identify someone to do swarm removal who is near …

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May 02

Mating Nucs

The weekend's forecast was calling for rain Saturday through Monday (last weekend) and I had two batches of queen cells that needed to be placed in nucs by Sunday and Monday.  So, I took a half day off work(really just traded it for making the time up over the weekend) and set out to split …

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Apr 27

Swarm Season

Swarm season isn't quite upon us yet, but look out.  With many hives building up weeks ahead of last year I expect the swarm calls to start early this year.  In my own yards I supered many of the strong hives last Sunday (the 18th) because I haven't been around to split them all for …

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