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Welcome to BeeWeaver Apiaries!

Making the World Sweeter Since 1888

For over 125 years our company has served the beekeeping community by providing quality bees and queens across the country and worldwide. BeeWeaver honey continues to sweeten life over a century after its small beginning in Lynn Grove, TX in 1888. Become a part of the BeeWeaver Family as we evolve with the ever changing and exciting beekeeping world.


Queens and June Nucs and Colonies

Shop now for Queens. Nucs and Colonies are still available for pick up in June

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Picking Up Your Bees?

It is time to pick up your bees! Click Here for Locations, Times and Maps

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BeeGoods Top Bar Hive with an established BeeWeaver Queen, Bees, and Brood

For June Pick Up in Navasota or the Texas Bee barn in Dripping Springs:

BeeGoods Top Bar Hive with an established BeeWeaver Queen, Bees, and Brood

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Learn to Work with Bees

Personal or Group Lessons from BeeWeaver at our Dripping Springs Texas Bee Barn or Navasota Apiary. or, personal lessons at your Hive location or our Dripping Springs Apiary

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Need Help? Check out BeeWeaver Services..

Use the BeeHelp Desk™ for advise from professionals, learn about our consulting services, and, coming soon - sign up for Hive Management services from BeeWeaver!

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BeeGoods Mercantile

High-quality “bee-centric” merchandise from your one-stop destination for chemical-free bee starter kits and apiary equipment.

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BeeWeaver Gift Certificates

BeeWeaver Gift Certificates

BeeWeaver Gift Certificates are a great way to give Bees to your favorite Beekeeper!


BeeWeaver Bees, Chemical-free for over 10 Years

BeeWeaver was the first commercial beekeeper to stop treating hives with chemicals to control varroa mites. We believed the mite would build up a resistance to the acaricides used by beekeepers to kill them, and we would be forced again and again to use stronger chemicals in our hives if we did not build a stronger bee instead. Beginning in 1995 we started leaving hives untreated for varroa mites and only used surviving colonies as our breeder stock. Beginning in 2001 we stopped using any kind of treatment for varroa mites in our thousands of colonies. Our chemical free hives produce booming populations and extraordinary honey crops. Commercial, sideliner, and hobbyist beekeepers have enjoyed the same results in their hives headed by BeeWeaver genetics.

BeeWeaver Queens are better than the rest, bar none


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