We are located in East Central Illinois 40 kilometers western of Champaign/Urbana. Given that we are deep into the beekeeping season the biggest challenge is to make sure you have a solid queen. It’s amazing how often queen expire or disappear? Maybe your hive is trying to replace their queen by increasing a new one but it is merely now working.

Sometimes queens just need replaced. Here are several reasons why you may want to substitute your queen. She’s getting old. When a queen is over the age of 2 or 3 3 years, there is a risk that she may stop laying during winter. Many beekeeper examine their colonies late winter and discover a queen is needed by them. But, in the year it is nearly impossible to find a queen that early. To make sure you have a wholesome queen through the wintertime, substitute your queen in June or July. Now is the time! Replacing a queen can also create a break in the brood cycle thus reducing mites.

And you need a large variety of new bees in the fall to be your winter bees. Can you trust your old queen to complete the job? Beekeepers can accidentally kill the queen while removing honey supers. Usually do not assume you have a good laying queen. Make certain and if you fail to find your queen, order your queen today.

We have a limited quantity of queens available this week. They can be found online now. Click here to now order. Or if you would like to pick up a queen of having her shipped instead, call us on Tuesday after 10am central time. On Tuesday We are shipping queens, Wednesday and Thursday this week.

I’m excited about offering our queens on the market again this year, 2017. As you know I am very particular about providing quality queens. I’ve come up with my “QUEEN DREAM TEAM” comprising three folks that will be increasing queens for 2017. Myself and two other reputed and experienced beekeepers are working hard raising queens highly.

CLICK HERE. Or call in during business hours, Tues – Thur. The queens that we sell are not a specific “race” but rather queens which have been elevated from selected north colonies that people are pleased with. Our queens are raised here in Illinois. As suppliers we are in conformity with the Illinois Department of Agricultural’s rules and regulation regarding raising queens. Just click here to order now. Creating a honey super when you need it means your bees can continue working making your as much honey as it can be. If you remove a super to harvest make certain to place another super in it’s place for maximum honey creation. Order your very now.

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