Our raw honey is sustainably harvested from our 8 hives in Merced, California.
2nd and 3rd Generation Beekeepers.
My grandfather cared for bees in Michoacán, México. My grandmother would sell the wax at the local market. My father started caring for bees again a few years ago. Our bees are thoroughly cared for first and foremost. We do not have bees to harvest the honey; we have them to care for them and help them thrive.
We currently have 8 hives located in Merced, CA. We harvest honey about twice a year when the bees have produced excess honey. We do not take any honey if they don't produce enough. The bees' health is our priority. We carefully remove honey so as not to kill any of the bees in the process.
We do not use pesticides, herbicides, or chemicals on our property. The bees collect pollen and nectar from our 10-acre farm. Our property has rosemary, lavender, various wildflowers, borage, sunflowers, citrus trees, and pomegranate trees. However, we are not certified organic because bees can venture out 2-3 miles from their hive to collect nectar and pollen.