Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
- Buy 10 - 14 and pay only $150.00 each
- Buy 15 - 19 and pay only $145.00 each
- Buy 20 or above and pay only $140.00 each
Spring '19 Nucs - Pre-Ordering now open for Spring 2019 Nucs!
Nucs will be 5 frames in a wooden or cardboard nuc box which you keep; 1st year laying Queens, 2 brood frames, 2 honey/pollen/brood, 1 empty being worked. Nucs will be $160 plus tax (7.5%) as of Nov. 29th 2018. Total each with tax is $172.00. No frame exchange. Prices Subject to change after January 1st, 2019.
Pick up will be at our farm in Middlesex, NY. Nucs will be ready for pickup, weather dependent, sometime mid to late April thru May. Please select from 3 pickup options during checkout- Mid to Late April, Late April to Early May and Early to Mid May.
We do not ship our nucs, pick up only. Discounts available for 10 or more nucs ordered. Please call or email us for more info regarding discounts or see our website for more details. Visit our Contact Us page on our website for more inquiries, www.HungryBearFarms.com or call us at 585-412-8745.
Terms of Sale for Nucs & Packages:
Packaged Bees and Nucs and the risk of loss of the package and queen it contains or nuc become the responsibility of the customer at the time of pick up. Packaged Bees are guaranteed to contain 3 or more pounds (unless otherwise specified in product description) of bees when the package is prepared and will not have more than one inch of dead bees (when spread evenly across the bottom of the package) upon customer pickup. Once a package of bees becomes the responsibility of the purchaser, there is no further responsibility of Hungry Bear Farms, as the package was inspected at the time of pickup and found to meet the requirements laid out above.
If you find an issue with your Nuc, Hungry Bear Farms must be notified within 7 calendar days of the issue. It is Hungry Bear Farms policy that any Nuc that an issue is found in, be returned to Hungry Bear Farms in the same manner in which the Nuc was provided to the purchaser within 3 calendar days of notifying Hungry Bear Farms of said issue. It will be at the sole discretion of Hungry Bear Farms on how to address any issue outside of the policy laid out above. You understand that Hungry Bear Farms cannot guarantee the successful establishment of the package bees or nucs or queens. You agree that you will not attempt to hold Hungry Bear Farms responsible for whatever may happen to your package or nuc or queen after it is delivered to you or for the survival or productivity of the hive that you may establish from the package or nuc.
Queens are guaranteed to be alive upon pick up but are not guaranteed to be successfully introduced to or will be accepted by your hive. Many factors influence queen introduction success, particularly the specific methods and apicultural techniques you employ when introducing a queen. You also agree that Hungry Bear Farms will not be responsible for queen survival in your hive, or for the condition or productivity of your hive after introduction. Queens and risk of their loss become the responsibility of the customer at the time of pick up.
|NUC PRICING||QUANTITY DISCOUNTS||QUANTITY PRICE EACH|
|1 nuc plus tax = $172.00||1-9 nucs||$160 each plus tax =$172.00|
|2 nucs plus tax = $344.00||10-14 nucs||$150 each plus tax =$161.25|
|3 nucs plus tax = $516.00||15-19 nucs||$145 each plus tax =$155.88|
|4 nucs plus tax = $688.00||20+ nucs||$140 each plus tax =$139.75|
|5 nucs plus tax = $860.00||
NUC PICK UP OPTIONS - QTYS AVAILABLE
1st Pick Up- Mid to Late April- Available
2nd Pick Up- Late April / Early May- Available
3rd Pick Up- Early to Mid May- Available
Updated as of 11/29/18.
Posted by Alan R Barton on May 31st 2017
Easy, organized pick-up, bees well established and installed easily. Will use Hungry Bear Farms again.
best bees around
Posted by Vincenza Marchese on Apr 2nd 2017
I purchased this last year and the bees were healthy and happy. They made me 17 lbs of honey in a single 8 frames hive. I was happy with that since it was my first year of beekeeping. The bees made it thru winter with the honey they stored as well as some extra honey that I was able to give them in February and March. I'm anxious to get my second hive up this year with this year's nuc. Next year two nucs!