Looking for honey from local hives; raw honey with local pollen, Manuka honey, honey in combs or other types of honey in Western Nevada? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Western Nevada, sorted by county.
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Updates for April 2021
April The bees have been busy and there's plenty of honey available now!
Local Honey listings, by county
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- HalleluYah Honey -
Carson City, NV. Phone: 866-297-3710. Email:
email@example.com. Our Honey is 100% pure and natural, just like the bees made it. Our
honeybees collect nectar from native and local floral sources in and around Carson City, Nevada. We harvest our honey with minimal straining to
preserve all the natural enzymes, pollen and floral essences the honeybees put into it for the highest quality flavor. We harvest our honey with
minimal straining to preserve all the natural enzymes, pollen and floral essences the honeybees put into it for the highest quality flavor. When
you first taste Halleluyah Honey you will know you are eating extraordinary honey with all its goodness.
Orange Blossom (Various)
Naturally Crystallized Honey
- Hall's Honey - local honey
4 Cottonwood Ln, Yerington, NV 89447. Phone: (775)
463-2757. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hall's Honey produces quality local honey from bees located
in Mason Valley and the Smith Valley areas of Nevada.
HONEY FOR SALE: local and pure honey derived primarily from alfalfa and clover.
- Hidden Valley Honey - bee pollen, beeswax, raw honey
2365 Derbish Way,
Reno, NV 89502. Phone: (775) 856-3903. Email: email@example.com. Hidden Valley
Honey and the home of the Foster family is tucked away on an acre lot in Reno, Nevada. In 1997, a swarm of bees invaded the Fosters’ California
property. Chris and Karen Foster decided to turn the problem into a hobby by taking care of the bees and harvesting honey and pollen. The
Fosters moved to Reno in 2002 and brought eight hives with them. Eventually the hobby morphed into a business, and Hidden Valley Honey was born.
The hives now number more than 200, and the whole family has worked in various aspects of the business.
- Sierra Nevada Honey - local raw honey
Reno Nevada 89511. Phone: (775)
686-0323. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. All of our hives are located on pesticide-free
properties, utilizing the geography of the Sierra Nevada to produce the best possible honey with varied locations along the drainages of the