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Welcome fellow beekeepers

  Being a beekeeper is amazing. Whether you're a 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 (fruit & veggies), the honey they make has many medicinal uses 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. 

Honey stand is open Monday - Sunday: 8 am - 6
pm.

Honey bee packages are back! Now taking orders for the 2024 spring season.
Package honey bees, queens and woodenware 2024.
Click on the SHOP tab above.

Package bees and Queens:

BFA is the local distributor for Gardners Apiaries out of GA. We make two trips every spring to bring packages of honey bees to customers for pick up at a local high school. Packages go on sale October 1st for pick up the following spring.   

 

For the time being we are not offering 5-frame nucleus colonies. Our splits are needed for pollination work.

Burnley Farm Apiary honey can be found at:

*5817 Smith Station Rd. Fredericksburg, VA.

(Our home yard and honey stand)

Please use the paved driveway! The gravel drive belongs to my neighbor.

Open 8 am to 6 pm daily April 1 to October 31,

Open 8 am to 5 pm November 1 to March 31.

*Spotsylvania County Farmers Market at Rt. 3/Gordon Rd Commuter Lot

12150 Gordon Road Fredericksburg, VA 22401 Open Saturdays 8 am to 1 pm. April to November.

 

 

Latest News 

B & D Botanicals Nursery

Great news! Thurman Burnley of Burnley Farm Apiary and MacDonald Drane of Landscapes by MacDonald have teamed up and started a new company:

B & D Botanicals

A Nursery for the Modern Day Homesteader.

We have acquired a 23 acre nursery in Hanover County, VA so we can better provide for our community. Our plans include propagating our own stock, offering fruit bearing plants and trees as well as beautiful landscape plants, giving the FFA a place to learn and work, having a pick your own berry patch and pumpkin patch, growing Japanese maples and so much more. The next few years will be tough as we breath life back into our new farm but we're going to give it everything we have. Please follow along as make the transformation at https://banddbotanicals.wixsite.com/home

We're so excited!

BFA Bee Truck

Keep an eye out for our honey bee truck. It's driving down a road near you.

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