Pollination Services

We are a locally based pollination beekeeping business with about 500 to 600 hives. Our bees stay in Ventura County or Carpinteria, year-round, except for one month out of the year, they go to California’s Central Valley to pollinate almond trees. We are looking for properties that can host 50+ hives in Ventura County. Please submit a message below if interested in hosting our bees on your farm.

Nuc Colonies SOLD OUT for 2024

Get your 5 Frame Nuc on order today! The frames fit into a deep Langstroth box. We have a limited supply of very high-quality nucs that will be packed with bees and a laying queen and ready to be transferred into your equipment.


  • 5 Deep Frames
  • Italian Queen
  • Minimum 2 Frames or Brood
  • Frame of Pollen
  • Frame of Honey
  • Cardboard Nucleus Box

Beehive Tours

Join Beekeeper Steve for a glimpse into his commercial beekeeping operation in Carpinteria, California at one of his apiaries. Over the course of two hours, he will cover the techniques he has found to be the best for keeping bees healthy throughout the year. 

Next Tours:


Saturday, June 29, 2024

10 am – 12 pm

Carpinteria, California


TBD – September

Honey for Sale

We are currently selling our jars of honey at the Ojai Community Farmers Market on Thursday afternoons, Farmer & The Cook, Rainbow Bridge and Westridge in Ojai. We also sell our honey in bulk in 5 gallon buckets or 55 gallon drums. Depending on the time of year we have five types of honey available – orange blossom, avocado, wildflower, sage and raspberry. The orange blossom is from East End Ojai, avocado from Carpinteria, wildflower and sage from Lake Casitas area and raspberry from Oxnard/Camarillo area.

On average between 20-40% colonies die off every year due to a number of different issues that plague bees (pesticides, varroa mites, beetles, nosema, starvation).

Proper care can lower the die off rate to less than 10%.

Give us a buzz!

For more information or to request any of our services, please contact us below.

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