Local Swarm Collection
Swarming is part of the natural reproductive life cycle of honey bees and during the swarming season, usually the months of May to September, we offer a swarm collection service within a 10 mile radius of our farm.
Swarms are a sign of healthy bees and occur when a colony has become too big for their hive and have moved on to another home.
These swarms can be carefully collected and re-homed into a suitable hive to increase the chances of survival. It is never advisable to be near bees at this time without taking special precautions.
We are a telephone call away and can help in most circumstances. If you see a swarm there are a few precautions shown below to take:
If you see a swarm settling on your property keep children and pets inside the house until the flying bees have clustered onto a tree or other object.
Close all windows and doors of your property.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOVE THE SWARM BY SPRAYING WITH WATER OR CHEMICALS
This will aggravate the bees and encourage them to sting. Please telephone us on 07762 87 1200 and we will do our best to assist in dealing with the swarm.
To help you identify a Honey Bee, this is what they look like:
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