Welcome to Millers Homestead the providers of beekeeping equipment and fine natural honey.
We have been having problems with our e-mail system. Long story short time to tell it.
If you have sent us e-mail since Thursday, 11/15/17, suggest you send it again.
Office hours are:
Normally, we are open every Friday and Saturday from 9 AM to 4 PM.
However, our winter schedule will be:
Closed every Saturday in November. Open Fridays 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th.
Starting on Monday, November 27, 2017 we will be closed until Friday, February 2, 2018.
We wish everyone to have Sane, Safe, and Happy Holidays.
Watch our website starting in January for ordering package bees for April 2018.
There is a new page called Bee Research
We are always looking for research papers that help us understand the working of the Honey Bee.
We have found several in the last couple months. "Honey Bee Colony Health and Varroa, still a problem in the 21st century?"
Both are good books and the information we provided is a review of same.
Hope you find the information helpful.
Thanks for using our webpage.
The chemical used to kill yellowjackets and bald face hornets is Fipronil.
Used in pet products to kill ticks and flees.
American Bee Journal Article on Millers Homestead LLC: Article
Millers book on beekeeping "The Handbook for the Bee-loving Beekeeper" is now avalable at Rosedogbooks.com.
or from Millers Homestead. The cost at Millers is $19.00.
Enjoy your day and love your life because life is a journey to be savored.
Welcome to the wonderful world of beekeeping.
There is a great deal of pride that comes from managing the care of beneficial insects that provide more fruit and vegetables due to their pollination.
The honey bees also create a product that contains a wide variety of several essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids as well as antioxidents.
Natural honey is good for you inside the body and out. Its composition makes it useful for treating minor burns and scrapes.
Please note: While it is great for older children and adults, pediatricians advise against feeding honey to infants less than one year old.
Enjoy the web site and if we can be of any help please contact us at - Jim's email