Pollination

Our pollination year begins in February in central California.  We, along with many other commercial beekeepers, migrate to California to pollinate almonds.

Next we come back home to Washington to pollinate blueberries and tree fruit.  When our spring pollinating is over and most of the bees find their way to honey locations, a fair number of our girls continue to work on commercially grown blackberries, raspberries and row crops (squash, melons, peas, etc…).

Pollination prices range from $50 to $150 per hive set.  Price depends upon the number of hives required, the length of time the bees are needed and if you happen to be our neighbor or not.

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