best beekeeping resource…

The Honey Company is the best beekeeping resource in the Provo area! They have made themselves available at the best and worst of times to answer our questions and get us the supplies we need. You won’t find a better source for your beekeeping needs! Angie Spanish Fork, […]

purchasing nucs…

Thanks for the extraordinary help you have given me as I have purchased nucs the past couple of years.  Not only were they strong but they have proven to be great producing colonies.  What else is there: great service at a fair price, superior products and a fun, rewarding hobby!  Thanks very much. Rusty Orem, […]

a lost queen…

The honey Company is the best company i have ever bought my bees from. much better to work with than others i have dealt with.  my second time buying bees i had  bought a couple of queens and two 3 lbs packages ( and later on a nuc) and was pretty new to transferring the […]

a reputable source…

As first-time bee keepers, after quite a lot of research, we learned of The Honey Company when we were searching online for a reputable source to buy bees. After speaking directly with the owners, we felt good about ordering our nucs from them. We could not have been more pleased. We also bought our hives […]

83 pounds of honey . . .

“Thanks for the awesome nuc I got from you this year. I put it in the hive that my bees didn’t make it from last year. I ended up harvesting 83 pounds of honey last Wednesday from this hive.” […]

more confident as beekeepers . . .

Stan and Alicia, Thank you for letting us learn from you. We have learned so much and are getting more confident as beekeepers. There is a huge difference between a book education and watching Stan work:) We really appreciate your friendship. Andrea and kids, Spanish Fork, […]

Go Honey on the Appalachian Trail

Mike Rossi of New York At the end-of-day tomorrow I’ll be starting a 2-week hiking trip on the Appalachian Trail.  I’m carrying plenty of the Go Honey product and will eventually send you a picture or two.  I’ll be carrying 2-weeks worth of food – NO food resupply on the trail – so honey will […]

Hiking with Honey Bears

Hey…I’ve been using the “bears” you sent and have discovered and interesting “hiking” use for them.  When I’m “out” in the field for an extended period of time – not a day trip – it’s becoming apparent to me that the Go Honey pouches might not be best.  One of those “bears” represents at least […]

Rachel’s Cottage House Go Honey Review

The Honey Company generously sent me a sample of their Go Honey honey pouches.  I was thrilled when I opened up the package because I love honey. The Honey Company’s honey struck a particular chord with me because their honey is raw and unfiltered, meaning that the honey goes through no processing beside the basic […]

Fit and Frugal Kitchen Go Honey Review

It’s that time of year again. Another spring, another saga. Same old saga, actually. The one that entails  a lot of back-and-forth wrangling between mind and body over sports nutrition. How much processed product am I willing to consume for training this year? I used to give a broad range a free pass, putting up […]

Wendy McMillan

Super Healthy Kids

Well, yesterday was the big race.  26.2 miles and many hours later, I crossed the finish line in 82nd place (7th in Female’s 35-39yrs!!). . . I did take some honey on the run. I hate the taste of the GU distance athletes use. Hate it! Then this local company from Provo sent me some […]

Rate the Plate Go Honey Review

The Honey Company provided a pouch of their Go Honey product for us to review.  Go Honey is creatively-packaged source in a 3.5 oz foil pouch that is lightweight, flexible, and securely resealable! The pouches are sold as an alternative athlete energy source with instructions to consume 1/3 pouch with one cup of water. However […]

Amazing Queens!

The 3# packages my friend and I hived on April 11th (just 18 days ago) are loaded with brood. The queens from the feral queen project are incredible. Literally WALL TO WALL brood. We are excited to see how these bees will handle the winter at 7,000 feet. We will definitely be purchasing our future […]

Scott Downey

Folks you can trust.

I have known Stan and Alicia for 3 years now while trying to learn the art of beekeeping. They are perfect contacts to get you started and keep you going. Very knowledgeable and patient with everyone. Their wooden equipment is first class and durable, made by their own hands. They teach classes, have online videos, […]

Brent DeMille

one new queen, one satisfied customer

I did not buy my bees from the Honey Company, but their name was given to me when I lost my package queen when I was installing my new bees into their hive. I sent them an email about getting a replacement queen. They responded promptly. I drove to their location and met Stan. He […]

Daren Deadmond