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Our principles

We follow nature
High hygiene standards and nature‘s assistance
Better than labels: Our 30 years of organic beekeeping
Modern technology is our friend
Honey as diverse as nature

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On a almond flower (march and april)

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High hygiene standards and nature‘s assistance

Healthy and strong hives are the cornerstone of bee keeping. They will not only gain a good quantity of honey, but most notably resist the diseases, pests and parasites widely discussed today.

Each bee colony is kept in a separate, box-shaped hive which makes it easy to maintain hygiene and to carefully and continuously observe its health. Weak or infested colonies are immediately discarded. By growing new queens out of the eggs from the best and healthiest hives of last year, the number of colonies can be maintained.

This approach and some other natural methods allow to abstain from using antibiotics and the like.

Photo: Close observation is crucial