Welcome! If you are looking for truly local and pure honeybee products, like Wildflower Honey, Fresh-Frozen Wildflower Pollen, Honeycomb, Beeswax, Propolis, Propolis Tincture, Skin Balms, and so on, you have come to the right place! I also sell beekeeper’s supplies at wholesale prices. If you don’t find the info you need here, you can also call me (Lloyd) at 918-850-3820. I manage about 50 beehives around 23 miles West of Tulsa. I am located in a relatively pesticide-free area, surrounded by forest, so the products the bees gather are of the highest quality. There is no commercial agriculture near me.
I sell these products in several locations. First, you can come directly to the apiary (bee yard) and buy directly from me, Lloyd Ziegler. This willl allow you to obtain the best products at the best prices, with no middleman. I sell Wildflower Honey at Town and Country Hardware in Mannford. I also sell honey and sometimes local pollen at Nature’s Supply Health Foods in Stillwater (Nature’s Supply is one of the very few health food stores that have not sold out, like Wholefoods, etc. have). Finally, Gary Breisch has an outlet right next to the Boy’s Home outside of Sand Springs. He carries some of my products. Beekeepers supplies are sold only from my place in Mannford.
I have been keeping bees for 41 years. They are wonderful creatures. For a list and description of the products I offer, with prices, please go to the Menu above and choose either the “Beehive Products” page, for honey, pollen, propolis, etc., or choose the “Beekeeping Supplies” link for boxes, frames, etc. Please note that these prices are what I charge HERE at the beeyard; they may be a little higher at the other outlets. There are also other pages with pictures, descriptions of the work I do as a beekeeping consultant in Africa, and so on. If you need more information, or want to order products, please call me at 918-850-3820. And finally, if you have a beehive move into your home, please go to acebeeandwaspcontrol.com! I have been removing beehives from buildings and removing swarms of bees for decades. In fact, most of my bees are the descendents of bees I rescued from houses in Tulsa. Thanks for visiting!