Buy Buckfast Queen Bees - mated on an island. It is a pure race, so that this type of Buckfast queen can also be used by bee breeders.
Orders for this year via our website for Buckfast Queen Bees:
From mid June to August.
- Gentle (not agressive)
- Unwillingness to swarming
- High performace in production.
- Directly breeded from artifically mated queens.
- Ideal also for reproduction.
- Queen bees are marked with the year colour.
Different bee races to chose from (please click on the other products):
- Buckfast (Hybrid race from „Brother Adam“)
- Carnica (Apis mellifera carnica)
- Ligustica (Apis mellifera ligustica)
- Dark European Bee/ Black Bee (Apis melifera melifera)
- Kaukasische Biene (Apis melifera caucasica) – currently not available –
Attention: Dark European Bee and Caucasica can be less gentle!
- Professional control before delivery.
- Delivery can be done with a special health certificate (on demand).
- Queens bees with enough nutrition for transportation and accompanying worker bees.
1/2 = 1. Half of the month; 2/2 = 2. half of the month.
Buy Buckfast Bee Queens (and other races) while stocks last.
How to introduce Buckfast queen bees to bee colonies? click here!
More information to the bee race Buckfast (hybrid species of apis mellifera):
This bee species is a hybrid species, originating from the Western Honeybee (Apis Mellifera), it developped through the long breeding work of the christian monk "Brother Adam". Brother Adam mated different strong and resistant bee species from all over the world with each other around the year 1916 in the monastary "Buckfast" and as the result of his work, he got the hybrid bee species "Buckfast". The Buckfast has a strong popularity among professional beekeepers and starts to gain also a good reputation among hobby beekeepers. The strinking qualities of this bee species are its vitality, its very strong resistance to sicknesses, its gentleness, its unwillingness to swarming combined with a high degree of productivity and a strong breeding performance, which usually leads to a big bee colony.