Our Honey

at honey blossom orchard

About Our farm

On our Farms, we raise honeybees and apples. Brad and I have been involved with Honeybees for twelve years, and every year we learn more to love about these creatures. We currently have fifty hives scattered across Northwest Ohio properties, and our bees help pollinate crops such as apples, alfalfa, sunflowers, pumpkins, and many crops that help feed people and animals.

Honeybees pollinate about 80% of all flowering plants, and we want to be a part of growing the honeybee population as well as teaching other people to become good defenders of the honeybees. We believe in raising our bees without harsh chemicals and in the most organic way possible. We sell our honey raw, which to us means that we don’t pasteurize or heat the honey to a temperature that kills the nutrients in our honey.

An average day on the farm will consist of extracting the honey, making, or assembling non honey products, nurturing the honeybees, growing produce, or running to the aid of a lost colony of bees that have landed in someone’s tree or fence row. In addition to honey, we also harvest bee pollen, create creamed honey, flavored honey (such as lavender, cinnamon, cayenne & habanero), honey & garlic, pecan honey, jams sweetened with honey, peach salsa, strawberry, zucchini, and pumpkin pecan bread and finally beeswax, which is made into beeswax bars, beard wax, doggie paw wax, sometimes soaps and anti-itch salve.

Most of our products can be picked up at one of the retail locations that now sell our products or at an occasional festival we do such as NWO pickers paradise and painted clovers holiday craft show. On the orchard farm, the original big red Orchard barn events just consisted of seminars to teach new beekeepers how to take care of honeybees and workshops to build homes for the honeybees but now we have expanded the events to include weddings, graduations, craft workshops and an array of all kinds of social events. Guests of the orchard event barn will receive either honey straws filled with honey or jars of honey to enjoy at the barn or to take home with you.

Retail Locations Where You Can Stock Up On Our Products

A Touch of Magnolia Boutique

1052 N Shoop Ave
Wauseon, Ohio 43566

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

American Freedom Energy
(Grandma’s General Store)

S430 OH-109
Liberty Center, Ohio 43532

(Honey, Bee Pollen & Beeswax Products)

Brookview Farm Meats & BBQ

V-354 Co Rd 24
Archbold, Ohio 43502

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

Buckeye Building Solutions

500 E Clinton St
Napoleon, Ohio 43545


Country Corral

7950 OH-109
Delta, Ohio 43515


Country Gourmet

132 W. Washington St
Napoleon, Ohio 43545

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

Fuel King

1270 Independence Dr
Napoleon, Ohio 43545


Henrys Back Forty (seasonal)

20673 State Route 6
Ridgeville Corners, Ohio 43555


Holgate Lumber

215 Lee Ave
Holgate, Ohio 43527


Junky Monkey

159 N Wilhelm St
Holgate, Ohio 43527

(Honey, Bee Pollen & Beeswax Products)

Kathleen’s Alterations & Designs

140 S. East St.
McClure, Ohio 43534


Knueven Creamery & Market

207 Main Street
Gilboa, Ohio 45875

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

Majestic Oak Winery & Neon Groundhog

13554 Mohler Rd
Grand Rapids, Ohio 43522

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

Pack & Post

925 S Clinton St
Defiance, Ohio 43512


Tiedke’s Coffee Shop

4444 Keystone Drive
Maumee, Ohio 43534


Tiedke’s Coffee Shop

(inside Geer Edibles family Bakery)
8252 Mayberry Square N
Sylvania, Ohio 43560


Uptown Market & Cafe

200 E. Main Street
Leipsic, Ohio 45856

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

Yackee Farms & Sales

4579 Co Rd 13
Wauseon, Ohio 43567

(Honey & Bee Pollen)

We are looking for more retail locations to carry our honey. If you are interested, give us a call at (419) 467-7848 or click the button below to provide us your information and we will call you.

The Barn at Honey Blossom Orchard

2950 Enterprise, Napoleon, OH 43545

(419) 717-0199

Cheyanne Campbell

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