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Welcome to our Bonnie Bee Honey website! Explore all the wonderful services and goods we have to offer. Can't find what your looking for? Email or call us today, we are always ready to serve you better.

OUR

SERVICES

POLLINATION

Providing pollination services to improve the quality of agricultural crops. May to July

VOLUNTEER

 

An excellent way to learn all there is to know about bees!

PRESENTATIONS

Educating people of all ages about the importance of our pollinators and providing a better understanding of the honey bee and it's world.

PRODUCTS

 

Wildflower honey for sale as well as many other wonderful products made by the honey bee.

DISTRIBUTORS

 

A list of our distributors for your convenience or become a Bonnie Bee Honey distributor yourself!

TOURS

 

Book a 1.5 hour behind the scenes tour of our facilities and bee yard.

WEDDING

 

Unique wedding favours 

 
BEES FOR SALE OR BEE REMOVAL

 

Our honey bees are inspected by a qualified bee inspector and posses all the important character traits for a successful colony.  

KEEP

IN TOUCH

985 Concession 18 West

Tiny, ON L9M 0J1

Email: bonniebs@csolve.net
Tel:  705.533.3655

OUR ADDRESS

Self Serve Window

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday to Saturday

For refills or special orders please call to make an appointment. 

 

OPENING HOURS
CONTACT US
 
 

ABOUT

Bonnie Bee Honey

What started as a hobby in 1981, has now become a full time business for Joe DeVillers of Lafontaine. In 1979, while working as a carpenter in Northeastern Ontario, Joe was first introduced to beekeeping by one of his good friends Gilbert Desroches from Lafontaine who maintained 3 hives. With the help of Gilbert, Joe was able to acquire some used beekeeping equipment and was able to start beekeeping on his own. 

 

Like every new beekeeper, Joe had to learn everything there is to know about keeping bees. He immersed himself in books on beekeeping, but learning the trade through books wasn't enough, Joe needed a mentor. Luckily for him there was a local beekeeper, Claus Bosch, who reluctantly and with a lot of persistence from Joe, tolerated Joe's lack of knowledge about bees. Joe was able to assist Mr. Bosch regularly, and in time gained the knowledge and skill to become a successful beekeeper. 

 

In 2007 Joe decided to retire from carpentry and concentrate on beekeeping full time. Today Joe manages an average of 200 hives and has the help of his daughter Denise Graham. Denise has been helping her father since she was 13, she is now a full time beekeeper and is learning the trade, and will one day become the new face of Bonnie Bee Honey. 

 

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