Need to re-queen or make a split? Our survivor queens are what you need. They have been hand grafted from one of our many hives that have lasted through our New York winters. We choose from a handful of traits we want to continue to breed from. Naturally mated, we let them lay eggs for at least a week before they are shipped out. First year mated & laying Queen with mixed genetics from our apairy. Can be picked up in store or shipped. Queens are in the cage with attendants and candy.
Please choose which week you will need the queen for and we will schedule an apt for pickup or shipping the queen out to you for that week.
In-Store Pick Up- When placing the order, please specify in the notes section when you would like to pick the queen up in the store. Queens cannot be picked up the same day the order is placed unless you call and make special arrangements prior, but no guarantee on same day pickup will be made, It is all weather and schedule dependent. If we know the day before, you should be able to pick the queen up the next day at our store.
Shipping- There are two shipping choices. Queens will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail 1-3 days depending on destination. Flat s/h rate of $10 for Priority Mail Shipping. Or we can ship USPS Priority Mail Express 1-2 days, a flat rate s/h of Priority Express Shipping for $25. Buyer pays shipping/handling charges at time of order. Queens are insured with the post office. If you want overnight shipping please note that at time of order and we'll contact you to charge the remaining shipping.
Please give us your phone number during checkout so we can contact you if any issues arise. Queens are non-refundable.
Fast shipping and arrived healthy.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 21st 2018
Ordered it on Thursday, paid for rapid shipping and had it on Friday.Only objection is I could have used a short instruction sheet. I watched a video on line on how to put in a queen and it looked simple. I realized after I went back to check on the queen that i should have pulled the cork out next to the sugar. Oh well, now I know.