Burnley Farm Apiary LLC.

Honey for Sale  Package Bees for Sale
Welcome fellow beekeepers. Package Bees for Sale
Honey for Sale  Package Bees for Sale
Being a beekeeper is amazing. Whether you're hobbyist, a sideliner or a professional pollinator, there simply isn't a greater pleasure than knowing you're caring for an animal that could be the single most important species to human survival. Because of the honey bee's ability to pollinate plants, they provide 1/3 of the food we eat, the honey they make has many medicinal use
s and the wax they produce is used to make candles and beauty products. I personally can't think of a better way to help my fellow man than by being a beekeeper. 

Monday - Saturday: 9 am - 6 pm. Sunday: 10am - 4 pm.
Honey for Sale
Raw, natural honey for sale! Come on by and pick up your jar of sweet delicious honey today. Supplies are limited so get yours while you can. Local pick up only at the new self serve honey stand.


Garden Seed
Looking for a wonderful present for that gardener in your life. Then give them the gift that keeps on giving year after year, our 1 oz. 15 species wildflower mix packet. Great for cut flowers and honey bees love them.

Handmade Cold Pressed Soap
Wonderful, aromatic handmade soap. All plant based and made with bees wax and honey. 10 different soaps that make you feel great.


Gift Certificates:
Know someone who is interested in beekeeping? Give them the gift of beekeeping, get them a gift certificate.






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News:
Package bees for 2018 are ready for ordering. Pick up and delivery is available. Pick up price is $125. Delivery is $170. We have two pick up dates, March 22 and April 26.
Order early to ensure you get your bees before I sell out and I will sell out.
Members in good standing with the Rappahannock Beekeepers Association will receive a discount but have to order directly through me.

Burnley Farm Apiary is now the sole honey provider at Chewning Market. 9100 Courthouse Road. Chewning Market is updating their whole building and changing the products they sell, turning to local sources for produce, meat and of course, honey. They will have an in house deli for fresh sandwiches and lots of other offerings. Please bare with them as they undergo construction but do stop by and show your support for a local market that has served the Spotsylvania community for over fifty years. Buy local.



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