List with links to university contacts, apiary inspectors, beekeeping associations and other organizations in the beekeeping
industry across the globe. Thank you Hazel for finding the broken links on our page.
BeeSource Beekeeping; Every beekeeper needs to know about this website. You can find discussions on every topic of
beekeeping, good plans for building hives and related paraphernalia, and all kinds of useful information.
Honey Hive Farms Honey Hive Farms is a bee supply company out of MO and AZ. They have bees and
also move packages of bees to this area and throughout the Midwest. Jim Moore is the son of the owner and he is in charge of this program. His
phone numbers are; 1-602-330-8468 for honey, bees sales &beekeeping classes as well as 1-602-3308469 for beekeeping equipment. He brings
the truck up I-44 to Joplin and stops at the Petco Fuel Station located at the intersection of this highway and Rt. 43. Many beekeepers from Northwest
Arkansas buy supplies and bees from this company.
True Source Honey: The initiative seeks to call attention to illegal sales of honey in circumvention
of U.S. trade laws, as well as help protect the quality and reputation of the U.S. honey supply and the sustainability of U.S. beekeepers and honey businesses.
Wolf Creek Apiaries -A source for bee supplies and bees. This club has used them for our bee source.
They only use natural oils for medication and natural bee management methods. If you want to keep bees as they do, there web site gives the recipes for
their organic methods.