Shane Clatterbaugh is looking for a part time apiary mananger. The duties will include managing 200+ hives, record keeping, making splits/nucs, raise queens, treat, extract honey, promotion and sales. Contact Shane at 540-294-5911.
I would like to get in touch with Bill Theiss to ask if he’d consider being our speaker. We are Loudoun Beekeepers Association.
If you could give me an address to contact Bill, we’d appreciate it.
I am putting out the word to any beekeepers out there that I have 52 acres of unsprayed farmland just outside of Staunton. I am open to someone keeping bees here. Message me if you are interested.
Would you like me to send an email out to club members?
I’m looking for a place to bring my bees from Suffolk. I’m moving to the area and renting out a basement space in Staunton.
I saw this posting when looking for someone to remove a swarm from my place in Staunton. I don’t know if you’re still looking for a home for your hives, but I have a 1/3 acre in-town garden in Staunton you are welcome to use. Address: 316 E Beverley. You may be after a farmer with more acreage, but write me privately if you want to discuss. Katherine
Want to collect bees out of the wall of an old house? Nelson County area. Call me for details. House being torn down this week.
Walter & Allison
804 475 8993
540 849 8593
Is there a beekeeper in the Shenandoah County, Toms Brook area interested in collecting a large bee hive very close to our home? Pls email if yes
We don’t have any members up that way. Have you checked with Shenandoah county beekeepers up in Woodstock? Scott Curie, TtripleB@gmail.com is the president.
If this swarm is still available, we would be willing to come.
I don’t think it is around anymore since it has been over two weeks. Swarms usually only stay in their temporary location for a few hours up to maybe a day.
Are they still there? Some of our beekeepers live in the Shenandoah area. Or was it a swarm?
We just acquired used beehives and are new to beekeeping. We are looking for a swarm or a nuc. Would anyone be willing to help us with getting started? I am not sure what to do to best get started? Thank you!
Where are you located? You may still be able to get some nucs from Valley Bee supply in Fishersville. Swarming season is almost over so they may be hard to come by. You are welcome to come to our next regular meeting in August or the apiary field day in July.
I have honey bees in my chimney and i would like to have them removed.If interested in removing please let me know. Dwight Monger email@example.com
Not sure where you are located. Honeybees in chimneys are not easy to get out.
Looking to requeen a hive with a marked and mated Italian. Interested parties contact me for August 20 delivery of queen. I live east of Harrisonburg off Rt 33E. 540-568-8433 or email
I’m looking for 1-2 gallons of honey to make some mead. Anyone got any leads on that large of an amount?
I am also looking for a gallon of honey to make mead. Please give me a call if you can help me out. 540-539-0246
we would like to purchase a nuc in the spring. will anyone have some for sale? we live just north of Harrisonburg but can travel if necessary.
I know that Valley Bee Supply will have nucs in the spring. You’d have to contact them about reservations and prices. Also Whistlecreek apiaries in Lexington may be offering them as well.
We have 62 acres – woods and hay in Western Albermarle County with our home taking up just a small portion – about 2 miles west of Batesville. We’d be thrilled if someone wanted to keep some bees there. Surrounding land is mostly woods and hay also. Easy access through the meadow off of Castle Rock Road. Please call Emily at 540-456-6170.
Most of our Beekeepers are hobbiest and I don’t know if they would want to travel that far for a few hives. I will pass your info on to those that have larger apiaries.
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