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Raw, unfiltered honey in five gallon lots.
Contact Paul at 734-269-2794.
Free: 26 inch girl's Schwinn bike, 16 inch girl's Huffy bike, 15 inch tricycle.
Contact Roger Sutherland 734-668-8568, (rsuther30 at gmail dot com)
Beeswax wanted. Contact Janice at 586-604-8012
Closing out beekeeping operation. Many items for sale.
Contact Ted Hysen,
734-878-6792 (tphysen at gmail dot com)
Anti-Varroa Queens available.
Contact Meghan Milbrath 651-428-0543 (meghanom at gmail dot com)
Wish to purchase beeswax. Contact Steven, 281-677-1510.
68 year old Christian man from Egypt with 50 years experience is offering his beekeeping services to interested beekeepers. He has experiences in queen rearing, honey extraction, frame and hive construction and many other aspects of colony management. He resides in Macomb County, Clinton Township and can be contacted by calling his son Afi at 586-850-1170
Hive Location Offered:
Dutton Farm in Rochester, MI with acreage is ready to host bee hives. The bees can stay year round.
Contact Amy Vine 248-425-5946 or (amyvine5 at comcast dot net)
Bee trees with live honey bees needed for video observation.
Please call Jerry Dunbar 586-770-9953
FOR RENT: Two-frame motorized extractor for rent at $25 a day at my place. I live in Romulus, Michigan close to I-94, 275 and I-75. Anyone wanting to extract honey or need more information you can call me (Mazin) at 313-999-3180 or e-mail me (m7mav at yahoo dot com).
Honey bee colonies. These colonies started from swarms from my bee yard. They are at different stages of growth. Some are in a nuke box and others in a deep box. ( It depends on the size of the swarm.) The price Start at $110.00 . I would sell these colonies with the price plus equal equipment exchange. If you have any questions please call Mazin at 313-999-3180.
For sale: 5 frame Nucs (medium frame only) for sale $150 dollars - All Summer long, June-Aug 2014.
Contact Carol Hoffman 269-727-0707
(essential_honey_bees at earthlink dot net)
For Sale: Antique AI Root two-frame extractor.
Call Jeff Brown at 734-837-3800
Hive Location Offered: 20 acres including 2 hay fields, with clover and alfalfa, ready to host bee hives. Property is located in Highland. Contact Mona Prime at (dougprime at yahoo dot com) or 248-330-8131.
Hive Location Offered:
10 acres with over 100 apple trees ready to host bee hives. The bees can stay year round. Located in Milford by the GM Proving Grounds. You can contact me at (tmcadotte at gmail dot com) or 248-420-4357
Bees from H+R Apiaries, GA. 3 lb. $94, 2 lb. $84. Delivery approximately May 10, 2014. No cage charge.
Contact: Shawn Shubel, 517-548-5176
WANTED: Someone to set up and maintain a bee colony in Pontiac, Michigan. I have a fenced orchard of 43 fruit trees of 23 varieties. I would not object to having more than one hive on the property. Please contact Mark Thomas at 248 408-7393 or (markthomas175 at hotmail dot com).
3# packages with Italian Queen for $87(approx. pick-up date May 5); 5 frame nucs for sale for $140; 10 frame deep with at least 6 frames of brood for $180; and Italian queens $24 each. For further information, contact Carl at (hardyhoney at att dot net) or (586) 484-1110, please leave a message
Hive location offered:
75 acre farm currently planted with clover/alfalfa/grass pasture mix near Grass Lake, MI. Contact Salomon Jost 586-202-9466. (salomongardens at gmail dot com)
Bees. 3# packages from Wilbanks Apiaries, Georgia. Pick-up date April 22, 2014. Call Blanche Barber, 248-634-7017.
- 5 frame nucs,(deeps) in plastic coated cardboard nuc boxes. There is NO deposit on the nuc boxes and no frame exchange.. Delivery approximately May 11. Contact Don Schram, 248-310-8205, (don.schram at gmail dot com)