Honey & Hive Co. Apiary

Welcome!

Welcome to Honey & Hive Co Apiary! We are a small, family owned, faith based homestead located in Ohio dedicated to supplying our friends & community with the best local raw honey Richland County has to offer. My husband & I started beekeeping and raising beef cattle here as a hobby several years ago and have since then turned it into a business. Our farm is dedicated to cultivating a better Earth by raising awareness of the honey bees important role for the health of our planet and the benefits they provide for our environment.

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Coming soon!

Along with selling our local raw honey for consumption, we are currently collaborating with other local and Ohio based business owners to bring you even more products to indulge in that include our honey!

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In a hurry?

Feel free to visit our amazing local business' that keep our Honey and products in stock!

And while in store, be sure to check out the wonderful products and services they provide! From sunless custom spray tans to give you that natural, anti-aging glow without damaging your skin, using Vitamin E, aloe, ginseng, hyaluronic acid, and other skin nourishing botanicals, to massage, facials, waxing, etc all provided in beautiful, soothing, calm and professional environments!

 

Urban glo LLC Custom Sunless Tanning

516 Claremont Ave. Ashland, Ohio 44805

www.sunlessurbanglo.com

 

Skin Angelz Studio

305 E. Main St #1 Lexington, Ohio 44904

www.skinangelzstudio.mypixieset.com

FAQ's

      What is "Raw" honey? 

Raw honey is best described as honey "as it exists in the beehive." It is made by extracting honey from the honeycombs of the hive and pouring it over mesh to seperate the honey from impurities. Once strained, raw honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed!

     Does Honey expire?

Well stored honey never expires! It can remain stable for decades and even centuries! Store your honey in an air tight glass jar located in a cool, dry area of your home!

     Why is your honey a different color than last time?

Honey gets it color from the nectar that a hive gathers to make it. Plants and flowers blossom at different times of the year. Each hive can produce radically different colors of honey from the different types of flowers they collect from. 

     My honey has become solid or crystallized. What do i do?

Crystallization is the natural process by which the glucose in honey precipitates out of the liquid honey. Simply place the honey jar in warm water until the crystals dissolve. You can also eat the honey in the crystallized form! Just scoop out of the jar and spread it on your toast or drop it in your tea!

     Why can't children under 1 year of age consume honey?

Honey may contain Clostridium botulinum spores that can cause infant botulism, a rare but serious disease that affects the nervous system of young babies under 1 year of age.