At Bee Boys, we practice regenerative beekeeping methods.
This means we take extra steps to be sure the bees’ needs and desires are met first.
We listen to the bees, and allow the colony to guide us.
When life regenerates, it becomes whole and healthy again.
Over the past 15 years, we’ve picked up a few pointers from the bees,
and a unique way to promote regeneration within the colonies.
Inside the Colonies
As beekeepers, we’ve come to understand that life in the colony is sacred and delicate. It’s important that we allow the honeybees to keep the colony order as they see fit.
For this reason, our apiary practices are as follows: Our apiary is 100% treatment free. We encourage hygenic behavior in our bees. We allow our bees to raise their own queens. Bees are encouraged to constantly build their own comb. Absolutely no plastic in the hives, this includes plastic frames, feeders and any component of the hive. We do not paint beehives. We refrain from pesticide and herbicide use. We follow biodynamic principles. We do not feed bees.
Bee Boys Products
At Bee Boys, we’ve designed a product line with social and environmental impact. By purchasing our products, you’re not only directly supporting the honey bees and beekeepers. Your support helps to strengthen the network of Hawaii island farmers and producers that supply Bee Boys with raw materials.
Each of our products is made from the highest quality ingredients, sourced from Hawaii island whenever possible. We love using local ingredients, pollinated by our bees in our product line! We feel this is a unique process that highlights pollination, beekeeping, food production, and value added goods brought to you by the honeybees.
∼ Ryan Williamson & Kevin O’Connor (Bee Boys)
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