Collapsible content

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, debit, Visa, Mastercard or e-transfer

Can I pick up my order?

Yes or course, pickup is available at the farm.

Where do you ship?

We ship in anywhere in Canada.

What is your return/refund policy

Since it is a food product, we cannot accept returns.

Can I buy in bulk?

Yes, please contact us for bulk orders.

Where can I find your products?

Our products can be found at our market stand at the Ancaster Farmers Market which runs from 3PM to 7PM from June until Thanksgiving at 37 Halson Street at St. John’s on the Green. We also have a roadside self help stand that is open from August until December from 9AM to 8PM. We also attend several Christmas Bazaar’s, keep an eye on our
website and social media for details!

What kinds of honey do you have?

We have several types of honey, all of our honey is unpasteurized so that you get all the benefits of the honey just as the bees made it. We have raw honey, buckwheat honey, creamed honey, cinnamon creamed honey, chocolate creamed honey, ginger creamed honey, and comb honey.

Where are you apiaries located?

We have 6 apiaries, all located in Jerseyville or within a 15-minute drive. One of our apiaries is located on an organic farm, the rest of our apiaries are located in natural settings surrounded by fields of wildflowers.

What floral sources does your honey come from?

Our wildflower honey has many sources. The springtime brings bountiful floral sources including dandelions. June and July see a lot of clover and August and September include flowers such as golden rod. Our buckwheat honey comes from an apiary surrounded by a buckwheat field.

What is buckwheat honey?

Buckwheat honey is a dark honey that has a unique taste and smell. Buckwheat honey is think and has a malty taste with a hint of molasses. We have a limited supply of buckwheat honey each year, so once we sell out it will not be available again until the following fall.

My honey has turned solid, what do I do?

This is a natural process called crystallization. Do not worry, your honey has not gone bad. You can still eat it once it has crystallized. If you want your honey to go back to liquid, place the jar in a pot of warm water. Try to avoid boiling water or microwaving it as that will destroy the beneficial elements that the honey provides to you.

Do you do wedding favours or gifts for special events?

Yes, we do! We have done several favours for weddings, wedding showers and corporate gifts. Please contact us for more details.

I am interested in starting my own apiary. When should I order my Nuc?

The earlier the better. We have limited supply of nucs each year, so once they are gone, they are gone!

When are nucs available?

This really depends on the weather. We generally have our first nucs ready for mid to late May, and a second set available mid to late June. Our May nucs will have an imported queen, usually Buckfast. If the weather cooperates, the June nucs will have a local Ontario queen.

Are you a registered beekeeper?

Yes, we are a registered beekeeper with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). We are also members of the Ontario Farming Association.

Do you offer pollination services?

At this time, we do not offer pollination services.