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Copoco’s Honey
Jack Gilmore
2020 N. College Ave.,
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm

Established in 2004.

Copoco’s Honey and Bee Products devotes our time to bees and anything bee related. We carry nearly all products of the hive as well as bee related items such as toys, books and movies. If you are interested in beekeeping, we have everything you need to get going and keep going with beekeeping. Stop in for free honey sampling or to talk bees. We have local raw and unfiltered honey as well as out of state specialty honey.

http://www.fortcollinshoney.com
970 493-2923
Fort Collins
Lanoixs
Chris

Retail Honey, Queen Rearing and sales, Swarm and colony removal, Package Bees, mentoring, Honey Extraction Services

Honey Extraction- $1 per frame with $10.00 minimum. Bring your own bucket (or your bottles for a small surcharge). Bottles available for purchase too.

http://www.lanoixs.com
3039446000
Windsor
Westlake Apiaries LLC
Westlake Apiaries offers honey, beeswax, pollen and other products of the hive for sale.

Westlake Apiaries offers honey, beeswax, pollen and other products of the hive for sale.

In addition to bee products we offer swarm removal, pollination services and hive placement as well as mentoring programs for beekeepers. Westlake Apiaries also has a Queen Rearing program with queens for sale on a limited basis.

http://www.westlakeapiaries.com/
970-213-3364
Loveland

About NCBA – Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association

The Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association (NCBA) is an organization of both hobbyist and commercial beekeepers.  We exist to provide a forum for education in beekeeping both to our members and to the general public, and for exchange of ideas and experiences.  We also enjoy some ability to provide savings in bees by purchasing as a group.  We are affiliated with the Colorado State Beekeepers Association.  We meet once a month with the above objectives in mind.  Each meeting strives to discuss one or two subjects of interest in beekeeping.  Whenever possible we will discuss beekeeping and hive maintenance activities appropriate for the next month.  We also like to provide time for members to discuss beekeeping among themselves.  Once a year, usually around January, we conduct a multi-session beginning beekeeping class.  On completion of the class, we offer you the opportunity to join the association, to order bees, and we offer you a mentor to help you get off to a good start.  If you have any interest in keeping bees, we encourage you to join us. We believe joining a beekeeping association such as ours is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to start beekeeping. By joining now you will receive our news letter as well as notification of upcoming classes and meetings.  Dues are modest and affiliates members with the Colorado State Beekeepers Association. See the pages about future and past meetings for examples of meeting content..

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