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Welcome to The Beekeeper's Shop


2016 Catalog

Download our 2016 catalog
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**Please note not all of our products are listed in our online store at this time. We will be adding items incrementally. Please call Queen Right Colonies for any item you may not see listed, and we will be happy to help with your shipping needs.

22nd Annual Field Day
June 4, 2016

| Field Day Flyer |

March 1 - Oct. 31
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nov. 1 - Feb. 28
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Dec. 24 - Jan. 3

Field Day, June 4, 2016

Well, looks like Field Day is here again, Sat. June 4th starts 10 a.m. promptly, come early for complimentary coffee and donuts. Please visit for more information. According to the forecast weather could not be better, in the seventies no chance of rain. Featured speaker Rich Wieske, topic will be Advanced Natural Beekeeping, there will be classes on Beginner Beekeeping, Apitherapy, Oxalic Acid Demo, Colony Splits, Simple Grafting, Farm Tour and classes for children, 50/50, 2 complete Hive Raffles W/bees, lots of door prizes. Lunch tickets can be purchased at registration or bring a lunch/picnic and eat on the grounds. This is a free event for the whole family sponsered by LCBA and QRC, come and bring a friend and don't forget a veil. Parking will be available in the west field or at the QRC blue warehouse west of the farm and walk to the event.

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If you've never been here but would like to know a little bit about who we are, click on the link below and take a virtual tour of QRC.

Virtual Tour of QRC

Stop by and visit us!

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We're your beekeeping source for package bees, woodenware, foundation, hive tools, containers, extractor rental and more... including; miniature Zebu Cattle, Shetland Sheep, miniature horses, Bourbon Red Turkeys, Pigeons & colorful birds galore...

We invite you, your family and friends to come visit us throughout the year. There is always something to see. Pack a picnic lunch, come sit in the shade and enjoy the sights and sounds of a Century old farm. There is even an Amish House on the property which was pulled on to the farm by tractors in 1997. 

Call or email us anytime during store hours.