Springtime is arguably the busiest time of the year for both the honey bee and the beekeeper. From the bees’ perspective, the activity begins before Spring actually arrives. In late winter, as the days increase in length, the queen will resume laying eggs. Slowly at first, as the adult worker bee population that has wintered over has began to dwindle.
Honeybees are one of the most amazing creatures the Creator has placed here below. They are are fascinating, and they also exhibit many qualities that we humans were meant to but often do not. Honeybees are industrious.
According to some people local honey will cure your allergies, and others are simply into locally grown products. Whether you want to reduce your carbon footprint or support local agriculture, buying honey that’s made by local bees is not a bad idea.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions. There are a couple of ways to you can contact us. You can call us via telephone anytime Monday – Saturday. We’d prefer you call sometime between 8am and 5pm Eastern. Our voice phone number is: (616) 209-9BEE
What our customers are saying…
“The taste of this honey is superior to any grocery store in the West Michigan area, and at a reasonable price as well. Best local honey available!”Linda K.
“Thank you and your bees! They are the cutest, most adorable wedding favors EVER!!! I cannot wait to share them with our guests!”Jackie P.
“Great company to do business with. Bears were a great hit at the shower. Items came on time – and they even told me that I over paid and gave me a refund!!!”Kathy J.
“Great Michigan honey in a nice squeeze bottle. I had to buy some for my honey-loving wife, who is from Michigan. She will only eat Michigan honey, and Hudsonville Honey is now her supplier of choice!”Jake W.