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Wax Dipping

Preserve your woodenware for years to come by hot wax dipping. Hot wax dipping is the placement of various beehive components, or parts, in hot molten wax. The term ‘dip’ means a brief immersion into a liquid. However, when apiarists dip their hive parts in molten hot wax, it is usually for periods of up to 15 minutes depending on the reason for which the dipping process is being used. The purpose of dipping hive components is to preserve wooden hive parts, so they are protected from the effects of weather, fungi and decay.​Dates for dipping are setup on our Calendar and posted on our Facebook page.​ For pricing click here.

Honey Extraction

Don't have a facility or equipment to extract your own honey?Drop it off to us and we will take care of it for you. Need it in buckets or bottles? You let us know how you want your honey bottles (bucket or jar).  To setup an appointment to have your honey extracted text or call 610-401-8317.​ We will let you know when it is ready for pickup.


  • We offer fundraising to help your group earn money.

  • You can earn up to 30% of all sales. 

  • We provide the documentation for you to print and sell.

  • Guidance available if needed for what items sell best.

  • Orders can be seperated for you so you don't have to.

  • Testing samples provided if needed.

  • You would be supporting local while earning money for your organization.


Swarm Removal

Notice a swarm and not sure what to do?

What to do:

  • Carefully take picutres of the swarm and the "Bees" 

  • Text pictures, your name and location of swarm to 610-401-8317.

If you see a Honey Bee Swarm;

  • Do not disturb.

  • Do not spray with water or and insecticide.

  • Do not hit with a stick.

  • Do not call an exterminator.

Honey Bee Swarms;

  • Is gentle, not aggressive.

  • Resting and may move on by itself.

  • Generally do no attack if unprovoked.

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