|Dixie Bee Supply|
292 Ashley Brook Dr.
Lula GA 30554
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Nucs| Queens|Packages|Beekeeping Supplies|Pollination| Honey
Small cell Bees, queens, and packages. Pesticide free since 1993. Breeder of russian crosses. Open mated. 50+ years of experience 30 as a commercial beekeeper.
|Isn't this what it's all about folks???|
|Here's Don doing a natural treatment for Varroa Mites. FGMO (food grade mineral oil) in a fogger.|
|Queen Rearing Classes :1 day class last weekend of every month in 2008 Limited to 10 people. $100.00 for a Saturday. Organic Beekeeping Classes: 1st weekend of every month in 2008 Limited to 10 people $35 for a Saturday class.
Wax foundation Class: 2 student class $50 call for appointment.
Hive building Class: 2 student class woodworking class $50 does not include materials you are welcome to bring your own or buy on site. Call for appointment
Commercial Beekeeping Class
Everything you need to know to build a successful commercial beekeeping business. 1 year course All above courses included. $250 Come at your leisure. References available.
|Here's my small cell wax mill. This allows me to make all of my own foundation and know that the wax is 100% chemical free.|
|My solar wax melter in operation.|
Italian Queens are $25 plus shipping (approximately about $4.50 priority mail plus insurance)
Russian Queens are $25 plus shipping
Russian/NWC Queens are $25 plus shipping
Breeder Queens $100 each Pick up only (these queens are in working hives so you can verify performance)
Free shipping on 5 or more queens (insurance not included)
|Here are some great pictures of some really nice looking queens. (Pictures by John Miles)|
2# packages are $65 queen of your choice (pick up only)
|Nucleus Hives (NUCS)|
3 Frame Nucs $95 plus shipping
5 Frame Nucs $125 plus shipping
For pick up Bring your own Box
Call for price on Shipping and handling . . (Price includes a reusable wooden NUC box) SHIPPING VARIES BY ZIPCODE
|Above is a hive of my New World Carnolians|
|Do you all notice something missing here? No veils, gloves, or jackets??? Either these guys like pain or these must be some calm good-natured bees. (Picture by John Miles)|
|Great Beekeeping website: Beesource.com|
|All pictures by Steve Wiley unless otherwise noted|