Country Bee Farm
Great tasting, all-natural honey and beeswax products!
My son eat honey, for it is good, and the drippings of the honey-comb are sweet to your taste. (ESV)
Body Lotion Bars
Our homemade body lotion bars are made from natural oils, beeswax, and vitamin E oil restoring hydration, moisturizing the skin, preventing aging of skin, and making it ideal for sensitive skin types to use.
Beeswax being a natural by-product of bee's, make using Beeswax Candles ideal for people with allergies and sensitivities as they are known to purify the air, last longer because they burn slower, and drip less.
Honey is a natural sweetener, an excellent source of energy, and considered highly nutritious. The color of honey is one of its most variable features derived from the source of nectar collected by the bees. The anti-bacterial properties of honey help boost the immune system as well as lasting for years without refrigeration.
Our luxurious gentle bath soap moisturizes and conditions dry skin while restoring hydration and soothing your skin. The anti-bacterial properties are also a great choice for sensitive skin types.
Our homemade lip balms are made of natural oils, butters, and beeswax directly from our bee farm with no chemical additives, providing a natural protective barrier against harmful UV Rays while sealing moisture and conditioning your lips. Beeswax is an excellent base for cosmetics.
Our 100% natural bee's wax can be used for making home craft products.
About Country Bee Farm
At Country Bee Farm, we are passionate about Beekeeping, and have been Beekeepers for several years now. We care about our environment and keep our Bee’s in a responsible manner taking care not to harm them or the environment a much as possible.
Our Bee’s forage on the profuse wildflowers growing in our East Brady region from Spring to Fall, such as Meadow Phlox, Dandelion, Spotted Joe Pye Weed, Bull Thistle, Spotted Touch‑Me‑Not, Boneset, Various Clovers, Red Bamboo, Wood Asters, Sunflowers, Purple Coneflowers and Sedum just to name a few. We also have seasonal blossoming trees and shrubs from which the Bee’s gather nectar and pollen.
We harvest honey mainly at the end of Spring and during Fall. Our Spring honey is usually lighter in color than the Fall honey which tends to be darker. The colors of the honey depend on the plants the bee’s forage on and affects the taste of the honey.