Honey Producers

    Abeez Honey
    188 N 200 E
    Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    Amy Beck
    801 787-2165
    riley@abeezhoney.com
    http://abeezhoney.com

    We are beekeepers with approximately 500 hives. All of our hives are located in Utah County over the Spring/Summer and move to Washington county in the Winter. We participate in almond pollination in CA in February each year.
    Bankhead Farms
    3851 west 6100 south
    wellsville, UT 84339
    dale bankhead
    435 760-2510
    dalecbi@yahoocom

    I raise alfalfa and tomatoes
    Beehive Condo Cooperative
    885 East Alpine Blvd
    Alpine, UT 84004
    Prenten Frazier
    801 472-6693
    netnerp@gmail.com
    http://livinghoney.biz

    Our Utah family bee business is born through an antique legacy of pioneer beekeeping. We love what we do and do it different with nearly 2000 colonies surrounding Alpine. Our honey bees dot the Wasatch-front collecting nectar from an expanded variety of the local Utah flora. Our honey is also "cold extracted" secreting the most nutritionally complete honey possible to obtain. During harvest, no artificial heat is used while transferring honey from hive to jar. This is a slower and more difficult method for producers. Why do we do it? Questions are usually settled when our Alpine Honey is tasted and compared.
    beeutahfulbees.com
    2575 S. Old U.S. Highway 89
    Hatch, UT 84735
    James Snodgrass
    435 463-7056
    info@beeutahfulbees.com
    http://www.beeutahfulbees.com

    We are a family-owned beekeeping business located high on Cedar Mountain in Southwest Utah. Our natural products include local homemade lip and skin balms, honey, and gifts from pure and healthy ingredients.
    Dr Pierces Honey
    2595 S HWY 89/91
    College Ward, UT 84339
    Bevan Weed
    435 319-0233
    bevan.weed@gmail.com
    http://www.facebook.com/DrPiercesHoney

    We are a family owned business as beekeepers. We do not filter out any of the natural items found in raw honey, such as pollen, propolis etc. This creates a thicker, and richer tasting honey than what you could find at a grocery store. The honey does go harder faster (crystallize) but it easy to warm it back up to a liquid state. We are also Certified Naturally Grown Apiary. This is an organic program for beekeeping. We also offer wax and pollen for sale. Located in Cache valley and Salt Lake county.
    Dunbar Farms
    6556 S Jefferson Street
    Murray, UT 84107
    Chris Rodesch
    801 633-6589
    chrisrodesch@gmail.com

    High Mountain Honey
    utah
    sandy, UT 84092
    Josh Leavitt
    801 809-2110
    josh@highmountainhoney.com
    http://highmountainhoney.com

    Honey
    Living Traditions Farm
    HC 64 Box 2803
    Castle Valley , UT 84532
    Jen Goff
    435 260-2743
    info@livingtraditionsfarm.com
    http://www.livingtraditionsfarm.com

    Living Traditions Farm specializes in heirloom produce, rare and heritage livestock, medicinal herbs, and other homestead goods. We are Utah's first Certified Naturally Grown farm!
    Rigtrup Egg Farm
    17122 South Tunnel Road
    Elberta, UT 84626
    Daren Rigtrup
    801 667-3567
    daren@rigtrup.com

    Egg farm
    Smith Orchards
    5440 North Canyon Road
    Provo, UT 84604
    Scott G. Smith
    801 226-3464
    smithorchards@comcast.net

    The Smith family has been growing tree-ripe fruit for over 100 years on the Provo Bench. We produce 26 varieties of peaches, cherries, apples, apricots, pears, apriums, plums, and pluots. Added value products include sorbet, jams, syrups, and salsa made with our fruit.
    Whitelake farms
    1727 n 150 w
    Genola, UT 84655
    Adam Peterson
    801 361-2246
    adamwhitelake@gmail.com
    http://www.whitelakefarms.com/

    White Lake Farms is a small, family owned farm located in Genola Utah. We enjoy raising honey bees in the most environmental friendly possible way. We sell only pure raw honey. The honey we sell is from Utah's Wasatch front it comes in 6 oz bears to 55 gal drums. We also rent the hive for pollination.