About Hunter’s Honey Farm

At Hunter’s Honey Farm, we’ve been making life sweeter for over one hundred years. We keep our honey as pure and natural as possible. We never flash heat or pressure filter our honey, insuring that our customers get the finest and most flavorful honey that nature has to offer.

Even though honey is our main product, we also produce beeswax, bee pollen, and propolis. We use these to make beeswax candles, handcrafted honey soap, beeswax lip balm, honey teriyaki sauce, honey barbecue sauce, honey mustard sauce, honey vinaigrette, honey hot wing sauce, honey chocolate sauce, honey caramel corn, honey dried apple slices, spun honey, honey roasted pecans, honey mustard pretzels, honey baklava and many other honey treats. We also have over 30 different flavors of honey stix and five varieties of honey candy.

On our farm, we also manage 65 acres of hardwood timber, which also contains over 4,000 Christmas trees.

We sell honey wholesale as well as retail. We invite you to visit our gift shop which is open daily and is filled with many products that we produce at our farm. Tours of the farm, which include honey tasting, beekeeping discussion, candle making demonstration, honey extracting (seasonal), and honey bottling can be scheduled upon request. For more information call or email us, and don’t forget to sign up for a honey farm tour.

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History of the Farm

Today Hunter’s Honey Farm is run by Tracy Hunter and his wife Chris. The farm has been family-owned and operated since 1910.

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Our Team

The Hunter’s Honey Farm Team staffs the farm, harvests the honey, makes many of our products, operates the store and does everything else needed to get our pure and natural honey and honey products to you.

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What Our Customer's Say

We think that our products and services speak for themselves, but just in case, here are a few comments from our customers.

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