Welcome to Millers Homestead the providers of beekeeping equipment and fine natural honey.
WE LOST ONE OF OUR FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS ON 9/11/20. AUSSIE. WE ARE TAKING TIME TO GRIEVE.
TODAY, 9/19/20, WE LOST THE SECOND FOUR LEGGED FRIEND. QUEENIE.
AUSSIE DIED FROM A BRAIN TUMOR, QUEENIE BECAUSE SHE COULD NOT LIVE WITHOUT AUSSIE.
We are open and doing business.
However, things have changed because of the current health problems.
Current Changes are:
1. Everyone will be required to wear a mask at Millers Homestead.
2. Because of our current health, Age, we can't allow you to enter the buildings at Millers Homestead.
3. Curbside service will be conducted. You can leave your vehicle and walk around but must observe the six-foot rule.
4. Call to set up an appointment before traveling to Millers Homestead.
It is not a question of face masks and distances;
it is question of how do we make sure we are not infected as well as our customers.
We care and want this problem to go away.
The Honey Bees were good to us.
We have honey for sale in different sizes.
Look to our web page for desired size and corresponding price.
Please call to make sure we are avalable for honey purchase.
Thank you and enjoy the wounderful world of beekeeping.
New study on Varroa Mites and Honey Bees: Article
American Bee Journal Article on Millers Homestead LLC: Article
Millers book on beekeeping "The Handbook for the Bee-loving Beekeeper" is now available at Rosedogbooks.com.
or from Millers Homestead. The cost at Millers is $19.00.
Doing Nothing often leads to the very best of something. Winnie the Pooh
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