Local Honey


Jars of Local Honey

Jars of Local Honey

Looking for a Local Source of Honey?!?

Bees are social insects, cousins of wasps and ants. Bees are very useful in nature as flower pollinators, and as a side job, they produce lots of good products for us, like honey, beeswax, pollen, and royal jelly. Honey has been found to have medicinal qualities, particularly when applied topically to burns, wounds, and ulcers.

Some say local honey will cure your seasonal allergies, and others say it’s just plain good. Whether you want to reduce your carbon footprint or support local agriculture, buying honey that’s made by bees in your neighborhood is a good thing to do.

A number of Central Ohio Beekeeping Association members sell their honey to the public. Below, is an alphabetical list of COBA members that are local resources.

Barry Conrad
hiveandhoney.com
614-837-3899
6240 Wright Rd
Canal Winchester, OH 43110

Mark Cameron
614-554-2286

Ramar Lane Honeybee Farm
1944 Ford Rd.
Delaware, OH 43015
www.ramarlane.com

Arnold Crabtree
614-837-7131
9185 Winchester Rd
Canal Winchester, OH 43110

Joe & Sue Daly
740-965-5878
1315 S Galena Rd
Galena, OH 43021

Jerry Hinton
Hinton Apiaries
2697 Martha Court
Grove City Ohio 43123
Hintonapiaries.com
Hintonapiaries@gmail.com
614-506-4523

Will Merrill
614-226-8219
Orchard Lane Apiary
www.orchardlaneapiary.com
wnm0628@yahoo.com
101 Orchard Lane
Columbus, OH 43214

John Schreiber
614-261-6084
2608 Glen Echo Dr
Columbus, OH 43202

Bill Tolliver
614-267-6556
472 E. Torrance Rd
Columbus, OH 43214

Cheryl Wachsmuth
614-878-8025
4124 Georgesville-Wrightsville
Grove City, OH 43123