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Meet our beekeeper

Piece of Honeycomb
Beekeeper with Bees
  • All worker bees are female.

  • A bee produces a teaspoon of honey (about 5 grams) in her lifetime.

  • Approximately one third of the food we eat is the result of honey bee pollination.

  • it takes about 3.5 gallons of nectar to produce a gallon of honey

  • Male bees in the hive are called drones.

  • Losing its stinger will cause a bee to die.

did you know?

Paul is located in rhinelander, Wisconsin and has been beekeeping for over 10+ years. in the beginning He first kept bees in Paraguay, before heading north to raising his hives in the woods of northern wisconson. paul keeps anywhere between 6-10 hives each year. HE started sending his bees south to preserve the hives from the harsh winters. the bees go to an almond grove located in california. they help pollinate the grove during the winter months, and then make the long journey back to rhinelander for the summer. 

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