Our Commitment

Beeswild.com Bee Farms promises to provide products to our customers in a sustainable, honey bee-friendly way. We pledge to always offer raw, pure honey, unprocessed, unfiltered, and reuse all possible elements of the hive.

We are committed to innovative beekeeping. We strive to educate the public on the importance of honeybees in our food production and about vital pollination practices. We are devoted to green business practices and healthy honeybees. 

For more than fifty-five years our Pro-beekeeper has been engaged in beekeeping, already at the age of four he accompanied his uncle to the forests and helped him to manage the bees, which at that time were bred in old wooden wagons. The tradition goes back a long way.

What makes us so unique? Or better, what makes us different from many other beekeepers?

There are many reasons, the first reason is that we do not pursue economic interests, so we do not have to earn our living from beekeeping. Another reason is that we practice beekeeping with absolute love for insects. Another reason is that we run our own food laboratory and promote the quality of our bee honey in the most natural way,
100% sustainable.

But the most important reason is probably, without a doubt, that we love and consume honey, helping our bees to reproduce and provide health and strength to polinate.

Our Services

Live Beed Removal

Very often bees look for habitats that are too close to humans. They do this because there they are protected from their natural enemies. Unfortunately, these bees must be removed for the safety of people. Beeswild.com removes the bees alive and relocates them to safe areas.


The Florida Department of Agriculture has issued a clear set of rules on how bees are to be treated, how they are to be removed, and where and how they are to be relocated. We follow these rules and pay very close attention to their compliance, all for the protection of people and bees.

Bee Honey & USDA

Not all bee honey is the same, there are very big differences in quality and type. 1st. rule: there is no organic honey! USDA does not certify any honey as organic. Why? Bees fly up to 50 sqm to collect pollen. How should we be able to guarantee that the bees only collect pollen from organically managed areas?

Bee Honey Quality

There are great differences in the quality of bee honey. This depends on the type of honey, the processing by the beekeeper. Unfortunately, honey is often offered, which is mixed with foreign substances (e.g. inverted sugar) in order to obtain larger sales quantities. This is another reason why we recommend buying honey exclusively from a local beekeeper. Honey should be raw, unfiltered and not pasteurized, then you get all the natural power of nature and the authentic full flavor.

Help us saving Honeybees alive

From poisonous pesticides to habitat loss, honey bee colonies worldwide are continuing to decline at an alarming rate. As these bees are responsible for nearly 80 percent of all pollination globally, they are the world’s most pivotal, single pollinator species of human food crops – including all types of nuts, fruits, and vegetables. Because they play such a significant role in the order of our natural ecosystem, call us to  help local bee populations – meaning we avoid hurting these beneficial insects at all costs.

Quality Characteristics

Rule # 1: Always buy honey from a local beekeeper, because only this honey contains pollen and active substances from your living environment that can fight your allergies. Foreign pollen has no effect. Therefore, it makes no sense to buy Australian or German honey, unless you are only after the specific taste. We do not recommend consuming honey that is bottled in plastic containers. Plastic contains chemical softeners that can dilute into the honey. We recommend glass containers!

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