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We first decided to do the honey bottling, candle rolling, and barn tour for $12 each, but then decided to pay the extra $10 and opt for the Royal treatment! It was worth it. We had an amazing time wa... more »
Very informative and great people, not an all day activity but check it out if you are in the area. Small shop included with some really cute items. more »
My friend and I seen a sign on the highway for this farm. We were a little scared by all the back roads to it. But definitely worth the detour. The staff were so friendly telling us all about the stuf... more »
The Barn Tour is a waste of time and money. If you live locally and are just looking for something to kill some time, it could be fine, but it's definitely not worth a drive to get to it. We went to two locations in the building and the tour guide pointed at posters and taught about bees. It wasn't interactive or hands-on at all. Another family on the tour also made candles and filled honey jars - it took less than five minutes. Their products may be great (I don't have any input on that), but I don't recommend their tours.
Great place to get local honey or bees for new bee keepers. Staff is Great, they have observation hives inside the building and of course all the honey products you could shake a stick at.
Excellent honey and great service. Had some honey lemonade and it was very tasty.
Very good information. Prices are high though.
Tina Marie Demerath
We love that the honey is raw. Love all of the natural products available. We tasted the honey ice cream--delicious!! We have come here for years, and will continue to do so.
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