Our story began several years ago when we started as hobby beekeepers adding a backyard hive to have pollinators for our garden. As the word spread that we were beekeepers, we were approached by a friend who needed honey bees removed from under the eave of a house. He didn’t want to kill them, but couldn’t find anyone who would come to Ellis county to do a live removal. With honey bees on the decline, we didn’t want him to kill them either. That was our first live removal and relocation. We agreed this was a service we needed to make available to others to give them an alternative to an exterminator.
When 1 in 3 bites of our own food needs pollinators for it to be produced, it becomes important to all of us. We have dedicated ourselves to the rescue and preservation of honey bees. If we all work together, we can reverse the decline of honey bees by saving one hive at a time!