Wallace Family Apiary

Beekeeping in the South West by Wallace Family Apiary

What are the Chances in this Beekeeping world

Ok, so I’ve been keeping honey bees for a while now, doing good, things are happening and growing.

Check this out: When I lived in Florida I was going to place some bees on a piece of property owned by the Florida Water management folks. Anyhow, I had to get insurance on the bees to be able to place some colonies on the property…it never happened, but it would have been great had it. When I talked to my insurance broker, (incidentally as far as I know, Texas Insurance & Financial Services are the only folks that provide insurance for beekeepers), and as we where putting an agreement to paper, we discovered that there was another company with a similar name as mine. I thought wow, what are the chances of that. So, I knew they existed, but never did communicate with them and never thought of them since. Today in my stats section I ran across this other company they are: Wallace Honey Farm. These “stats” are a service that WordPress offers, to let you know how many visitors you have and how they happened to find you…cool right? If Wallace Honey Farm company runs across this article I Hope you are doing well, so cool that we share a similar name, and maybe we can chat sometime and use our similar names as a mutual benefit.  Below, you will find a list of a couple of different sites that are mine, one that we are in partnership with and of course this company that shares our similar name.

Wallace Family Apiary

Wallace Family Apiary Blog

New Mexico Bees, LLC

Then of course Wallace Honey Farm….no affiliation, we  just share the WALLACE name. Way too cool!

I lived 9 years in Clinton, South Carolina. I also spent 2 years in Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC  I love the Carolina states

I lived 9 years in Clinton, South Carolina. I also spent 2 years in Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC
I love the Carolina states

This is some of our Honey. We sold this honey at a local State park in Florida.

This is some of our Honey. We sold this honey at a local State park in Florida.

http://www.wallacehoneyfarm.com/gallery.html

Fun Slide show and two videos in this link!

Happy Beekeeping!

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March 3, 2014 - Posted by | Agriculture, All things honey, American Beekeeping, American Honey, Apiarist, apiary, apimondia, apis mellifera, Apitherapy, Art, Backyard Apiary, Bee Acupunture, Bee Friendly FarmingTM, Bee Venom Therapy, beekeepers, beekeeping, beekeeping and tomatoes, beekeeping blog, beekeeping hive, beekeeping podcast, bees, Bees and Beekeeping, Beeswax, Blog, Blogroll, Commercial Beekeeping, Farming, food, Food&Nutrition, gardening, grafting larvae into artificial queen cups, Hobby Farm, honey and honey bees, honey bee, honeybee, Keeping bees in the country, Kenya top bar hive, langstroth hive, live bee removal, North America Beekeeping, North Florida Beekeeping, Organic, organic beekeeping, Organic Farming, pollination, pollination and pollinators, pollinator, pollinators, small scale farming, SouthWestern Beekeeping, Sustainable Beekeeping, Sustainable beekeeping in New Mexico, Syngenta, Uncategorized, urban beekeeping | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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