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We are a locally owned and operated small business bee farm located in Lexington in the South Carolina Midlands.   


We support and partner with local beekeepers as well as volunteer and are active members with Lexington County Beekeeper's Association and Mid-State Bee Keeper's Association. 


Fresh local honey available by appointment only, and at local farmer's markets. Please visit our Facebook page for events (we do not ship, local pick up only).


Please email us at     

Customers may call or text to make an appointment: 803.429.1432.

"Our goal is to produce excellent quality honey while helping local honeybees thrive!"

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We have fresh pure raw honey for sale!  
Please text if you would like to purchase and make arrangements to pick up 803.429.1432

Porch pick up is available with payment. 
Please text your order. 

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What is Pure Raw Honey?  

Raw honey is created by honeybees using using flower nectar.  After it is made by the bees, it is harvested and extracted.  It is unheated, unpasteurized, unprocessed pure honey that has no additives or preservatives. It is honey in its natural state.

Honey Jars

Payments accepted are cash, Venmo, and Zelle. 

If there are other sizes needed for events such as 2 oz. bear please let me know.

We appreciate your support! Your purchase allows me to continue to maintain my apiary.

Swarm of Bees


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Kathy Carpineto

Beekeeper "Beek"

Kathy is a nurse by trade and has always had a passion for gardening and outdoors.  She grew up on a farm that had bees and as a child she and her sisters and brothers would eat honey fresh off the comb. 

Kathy enjoys beekeeping and connecting with nature.  She also loves sharing her knowledge with others and you can find her volunteering her time at local schools and events.  

Please visit Kathy's "About the Owner" page to learn more.


Bee Swarms are Common in the Spring.  

"Swarming is the process by which a new honey bee colony is formed when the queen bee leaves the colony with a large group of worker bees. In the prime swarm, about 60% of the worker bees leave the original hive location with the old queen. This swarm can contain thousands to tens of thousands of bees." 

 Swarming (honey bee) - Wikipedia, 


Please help save the bees!  Don't use harmful chemicals or pesticides to kill these bees - we would love to help you!  


Please Contact Kathy to assist with your swarm. Kathy and her team will help remove the swarm or connect you to someone

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Simply the best honey I have had in a long time.  This was our first jar of their honey but it won't be the last. We will be headed back there very soon to resupply.

Charles Lang,

Happy Customer