We are sold out. The fall honey crop is almost ready for pick up but there's only enough for customers who reserved in advance. If you're one of them, pick up begins Sunday, Oct. 1 - Sunday, Oct 15, any day, any time between 9 and 5 pm. This season yielded smaller crops then normal, and we left a lot for the bees, so we're sold out of honey much earlier then normal this year. Sometimes reserved buckets are unclaimed at the end of the season. Check back in mid-October to see if there are any looking for homes. I'll post them here if there are.
Bee Haven Honey Farm is our seasonal green- hearted beekeeping business, specializing in true raw, unfiltered honey we sell in bulk one and five gallon buckets customers pick up at our farm in northern central Vermont. True raw means our honey is never heated, at all, or filtered. It's in its original, natural state, rich with enzymes, pollens, propolis and magic. We extract several varietal honey crops each season and maintain a mailing list for regular customers who reserve and pick up their bulk buckets in advance, before we sell what remains of each crop to the public. Get in touch if you'd like to be on this list.
Along with our signature varietal raw honey crops, we make garden and woods-sourced products; from medicinal tinctures and beeswax candles to culinary and natural body care products, available at our home shop by appt. or from our stand at the Montpelier Farmer's Market. See the Dates and Events page for our summer 2017 dates at the Capitol City Farmer's Market.
Give us a call or message us in the box below to get in touch, place an order or make an appt. to come shopping for goodies. And sorry, we don't ship our products.
Directions to Bee Haven Honey Farm: located a few miles south of Worcester village, right off Rt. 12 in north-central Vermont - or 15 minutes north of Montpelier. To reach us from Montpelier, take Rt. 12/Elm St., north out of town. You'll drive past the Wrightsville Reservoir on your right and continue through the flats in the woods until you come into Putnamville. Watch for a right hand turn onto Norton Road, the bridge that crosses the river. We're the first house on the other side of the bridge, a green farmhouse with white trim, with a black mailbox with a bee on it. Our dog is friendly.
Richard & Genevieve Drutchas
18 Norton Road Worcester, Vermont 05682
(802) 223-7316 or Message us below: