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Honey Lovers Gift Guide

November 15, 2021

Honey Lovers Gift Guide

We have a variety of gift options for the beekeepers and honey lovers in your life this season.

Have someone who wants to get started in beekeeping? A starter kit makes a great gift! It comes with everything they need to get begin beekeeping, and we have three excellent options to choose from.

The Pollinator Starter Kit

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The New Apiarist Starter Kit

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The Honey Hustler Starter Kit

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Looking for smaller items to stay with in a budget? Every beekeeper always needs new gloves, hive tools, frames or scrapers. They can never have too many gloves or hive tools- they got lost and sticky all the time.

HiveWorld Classic Hive Tool

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The Pollinator Tool Kit

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Hiveworld Vented Buffalo Leather Gloves

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Sheriff Style Bee Coverall

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Give the gift of knowledge. Books or courses are great for anyone just starting out in beekeeping. A good beekeeping education is key to being a successful beekeeper. Visit Hiveworld Academy for course listings. Coming soon! Mead and candle making!

The Basics Beekeeping Course is an excellent place to begin learning about beekeeping.

Comb Honey Production

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Beekeeping In Western Canada

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Honey Bee Diseases and Pests (CAPA - 3rd edition)

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For anyone who loves honey, try one of our gourmet gift boxes. There are four options that will tickle anyone's taste buds this season. All gift boxes come with our signature honey.

Mini Charcuterie Gift Box

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Deluxe Charcuterie Gift Box

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Mini Holiday Cheer Gift Box

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Deluxe Holiday Cheer Gift Box

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Not sure what they need? A gift card is always a nice option so that they can spend it on what they want.

Need supplies or have questions? Callemail to text us (825-252-5002), and our customer service team will be happy to help! Customer service is open 8 AM-5 PM Monday to Friday for live chat.




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