Wisconsin Pollinators

Unnamed:  northern Wis., will travel up to 100 miles have twenty hives E-mail or fax reqest to 1-715-588-2148 Michael (Listed 2-7-05)

Capital Hill Farms: Lorge Honeybees, Robert Gerald Lorge, 501 West Willow St., PO Box 176, Bear Creek WI 54922, 920-739-8080. Thousands of hives available nationwide for almonds, cranberries, apples, blueberries, cucumbers, squash, watermelons, citrus, alfalfa, soybeans, canola, avocados, and orchard fruits, etc all on 4-way pallets, will go anywhere.  (updated 12-17-2009)

Dejno's Apiaries, Dewayne Djno, 13330 75th St. Bristol, WI  53104,    414-857-7713

Henry's Honey Farms, John Piechowski, W. 3990 Hwy 21, Redgranite, WI  54970, 414-566-2855

Honey Land Farms   (Winter), 22146 O'brien Road, Howey in the Hills, Fl  34737,   352-429-3996  E-Mail  Honey Land Farms  (Summer), W6894 CTH F, Cascade,  WI 53011, 920-528-1526 

Lake-Indianhead Honey Farms, Bill Russell, W20824 County Road OO, Strum, WI 54770
phone (715) 695-3773  e-mail    (Pollination in Wisconsin or Florida, Winter address: see Florida)

Lamb's Honey Farm, Ryan Lamb, E 3353 1300th Ave., Ridgeland, WI  54763, 715-949-1823 (Winters at RRT 3, Box 574, Jasper, TX  75951,  409-384-6754,  spring in ME for blueberries   (updated 12-26-09)

Ron Murray, 5411 W. Memorial Dr., Janesville, WI   53545, 608-756-3250

Allen Seilheimer, N219 Park Dr., New Auburn, WI  54757,  715-967-2622

See Also: Custom Bee Services, MN, Dan Stefflar Pollination, IA,  Fabian Apiaries and Pollination, MN

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