Have You Ever Wanted Your Crops to Produce More
Did you know that all crops need some form of pollination; some are up to 90% dependent during bloom, such as blueberries and cherries. Pollinators come in all shapes and sizes: bees, butterflies, beetles, birds, bats, and even humans. Honey bees are some of the most important pollinators; a single bee colony can pollinate 300 million flowers a day. With well managed and fully serviced honey bee hives, crop yields can be increased by 75% and offer superior quality.
If having bees around is not for you, consider purchasing shares; you’re doing your part in saving the bees, and ensuring continued supplies of freshly harvested foods at your local farmers markets.
All Packages include:
- Pollination of your property
- Ontario registration of bee yard
- Transportation & installation
- All required hive equipment
- Regular inspection & treatment of diseases and pests
- Full beehive maintenance
Monthly Rental ~$120.00
Single Hive Rental -Monthly
Price is per Month (please visit this page monthly to pay)
By purchasing a hive rental, you will receive, 1 fully managed hive and pollination of your property.
Yearly Rental ~$1152.00
Single Hive Rental -Yearly
Price is per Year
By purchasing a hive rental, you will receive, 1 fully managed hive and all the seasons honey.
During the rental period, no insecticides shall be applied on the property or fields. If an application is required, the renter shall provide 24 hours notice to protect or remove the colonies prior to spraying.
Colonies must be placed in locations accessible to the beekeeper, and allow for the beekeeper to apply maintenance, management and inspection during the rental period.
Renter will take all precautions to prevent the public from coming within the area of the beehives in case of allergic reaction.
It is agreed that the renter shall not be liable for losses to the bees or beehives brought about by natural causes or third-parties.
While the beekeeper shall take normal and prudent precautions and care concerning the bees, it is further agreed that renter absolves the beekeeper from any liability concerning the actions of the bees, or losses related to locating the beehives on the property.
New beehive installations generally take place towards the end of April; this is entirely weather dependent and could delay installations.
The beekeeper reserves the right to remove the beehives/equipment and renter forfeits all honey products if payment lapses more than 30 days past the renewal or monthly payment date.
Monthly contract: billing is the 1st of each month and payment due no later than the 6th of each month.
Yearly contract: billing date starts April 1st and payments must be received no later than April 15th.