Open Weekends until the end
of October. Through the week by
chance or call ahead
- if we're home we're open!
Bring your own container
for the fresh honey!
to the end of October
By chance or appointment
Open 10-5pm daily for our
Annual Christmas Sale
December 7th to 24th.
By Chance or appointment
from Christmas to Mothers Day.
Open daily 10-5pm
July 1st to Thanksgiving
On The Road again...
See our schedule for Fall shows. Yes, we're taking to the road. Look for us in North Bay & Commanda.
Christmas Sale 2013
December 7th to 24th
20% off Christmas Sale
(excluding bulk honey)
Bee rewarded when you come to the Honey Shop.
Enjoy the pleasure of giving to your loved ones & friends locally produced honey & much more. Decide to stock your own pantry for winter with delicious foods & apitherapy products.
Gift basket or box assemble & decorating done
while having tea & christmas treats!
Shop open 10-5pm daily.
Corporate & Wedding Gifts!
Think Canadian and natural for that extra clever element of surprise - Make a wonderful all-natural Canadian impression.
Are you getting married or having a special party? Is there a business function coming up that requires something special?
We're at your service to provide gifts and give-aways for weddings, special events, conferences and more. Our supply of beautiful and lovingly made natural and very Canadian candles, jams, jellies, and honey create an interesting selection to choose from.
Looking forward to visiting soon
Our honey shop has an interesting selection of gifts; everything from bee books to honey pots; skin cream to yummy honey apple butter and much more. We've extracted pounds and pounds of honey since 1974 to fill our barrels with golden meadowblend, wildflower, basswood and rich Ontario buckwheat. All fantastic blends gathered from the idylic landscapes around the farm and throughout the Nipissing Region. Our buckwheat comes from Verner, ON. "it's the best", so say all you buckwheat honey lovers.
Products made at the farm include:
- Gourmet Condiments - relish, salsa, chutney, mustards, marmalade, syrup,sauces, herbal tea, dip mixes
- Natural Cosmetics - vegetable-based lip balm, skin cream, massage balm, bug balm, shampoos, soaps
- Apitherapy Products - pollen, propolis, BVT, royal jelly, raw honey
- Honeys - natural, buckwheat, wildflower, meadow blend, creamed, flavoured, and herbal honeys
- Candles - pure beeswax tapers, illars,votives, tea lights
- Honey Treats - breads, tarts, honey butter, honey comb
March 8th to 23rd, 2014
Tours at 10:30 & 1:30
Join us for a tour of the spring operation - learn about what the bees and beekeepers are busy doing as the spring sun starts its work. Of course taste some delicous honey comb, plus, go home with a set of candles you made yourself!
$20/ family fee will apply for
each tour which includes our
Bee Activity Booklet
The Farm will be open 10-5pm daily all week so drop by when you are in the region to sample some of our uniquely northern honey and preserves! Get your supply of candles, lipbalm and creams too! Don't forget some pollen or honey for those nasty allergies!!!!
We know you enjoyed yourselves. We had a whole bunch of visitors who have told us they had a bee-utiful time.
Summer Markets 2014
The North Bay Farmers' Market
Open Victoria Day Weekend until Thanksgiving.
Jaimie and Lukas are looking forward to seeing you at the market. Don't forget to bring your empty containers to be refilled to get the best price! NEW LOCATION - Beside the Discovery Museum at the base of Wylde St. off Oak. 8:30am - 1pm - Rain or shine!
Argyle Farmers' Market
Open 9am - 1pm Wednesdays, starting June 26th in Arnstien. Jaimie and Kayden will be happy to meet with you this summer. NEW LOCATION - At the Arnstien Area. Hwy 522 at Hilltop Road.
May 24th & 25th, 2014
Learn the fundamentals of Beekeeping. Course includes the Ontario Beekeeping Manual and a supplementary manual prepared by us.
Work with the bees & equipment first hand, see if a hobby hive is for you, learn amazing facts about the incredible Honeybee! Cost $140.00pp.
2011 fifteen participants learnt the basics of beekeeping. They now have the knowledge and increased confidence to follow their dreams!
Tag -A- Long
Level Two program
Cost $40.00 pp.
Starting in late April.
Join us for a day to work & learn. Apply your knowledge to assist with reversing,
equalizing, splitting, queen rearing and
top supering for summer honey.
Learn to recognize the signs of disease & queen health. Maximum two participants, bring your
bee keeping gear and your lunch.
Call soon to get on our call list . This program has
a flexible schedule and is weather dependant.
(an extra $10 will apply to borrow
beekeeping gear if needed.)
$5/person Children three and under are free!
New this year at 10:30am
Starting July 2 until August 27th
Join in with your kids under 6years old to enjoy a very exciting tour design for our youngest guests to the farm. Fast & funny but all about learning!
Thursdays at 1:30pm
Starting July4th until August 29th
Full family tour - everyone welcome!
Learn how we do it.
Beekeeping is a fascinating industry. Experience it first hand. Visit our Home Yard of bees to see the bees in action. Taste honeycomb and make a set of candles to take home to show your friends. Experience the sweetness of northern ontario honey.
Thanksgiving Weekend Special
Stock up & Save!!!!
Bring your empty jars, tubs and containers of different shapes and sizes for your winter supply of honey. Try one or all of our fresh light honey like Meadowblend, Wildflower or Basswood. Make sure the jars close well.
They must be clean and dry.
Buckwheat is not on sale.
Folks from far and wide enjoy the gorgeous weather on that holiday weekend. They arrive to walk around our farm, explore the shop and choice from our northern nectars for their fill up before heading home with the best sweet treat Mother Nature provides...honey.
Here's a map to find us. Bee safe on the highways.
Support Research for the Bees
Bees are critical insects to human survival and planetary health.
We are collecting donations to send to the Canadian Bee Research Fund (CBRF), a scientific organization focused on keeping bee populations healthy.
The Canadian Bee Research Fund (CBRF) is a charitable not for profit organization that is a joint project of the Canadian Association of Apiculturists and the Canadian Honey Council. Members of the Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturists (CAPA) study, educate and administrate in the fields of apiculture and pollination. CAPA members engage in diverse pursuits, including: research into the secrets of bee and pollination biology and conservation initiatives to encourage wild species of bees. For more information go to www.capabees.com.
Every little bit helps with many thanks from the honey farm and the researchers.
Take a browse while you're visiting our site to link up with more info about the honey bee.
Research is so important.
We are located on Hwy 534 just east of Restoule, Ontario. As you approach Restoule via Hwy 534, follow the signs!
In addition to selling products in our shop, we also offer products for sale via mail order. Check out our catalogue for product and prices.
Please call us toll free at 1-888-363-2827 or
1-705-729-2939 to place your order with a
Board's Honey Farm
6866 Hwy. 534, RR#1
Nipissing, ON P0H 1WO CANADA
Phone: 1 (705) 729-2939
Fax: 1 (705) 729-1023
Toll Free: 1 (888) 363-2827
email us at: email@example.com