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Bees who have moved into your house can be scary. We will come and assess your new (or longtime) visitors and provide options on how best to relocate the bees from your location to a local apiary.
We are listed with the Texas Apiary Inspection Service and have permits to relocate bees across county lines. (940) 231-6831
Need Bees removed? We are licensed with the Texas Apiary Inspection Service (TAIS) to remove bees. We offer this service in Grayson, Cooke, and Fannin counties. We remove the bees without pesticides and with as little stress as possible for the bees and relocate them to our Bee Yard in an isolated area to monitor for pests and diseases before integrating in with our hives.
Named after the Elm Fork of the Trinity River that runs through Cooke County and into Denton County, EFBA was formed in 2018 as a Non-Profit, 501(c)3 Association. We are members of the Texas Beekeepers Association.
Mission: To share information and provide education to our members and community about bees and beekeeping. To promote responsible beekeeping practices, through training and education, resulting in effective management of diseases, pests, and other environmental issue.
The Denton County Beekeepers Association (DCBA), established in 2015, has continued to grow since its inception. Our goal being to serve Denton County, and surrounding areas, by providing an environment for networking with beekeepers of all levels.
Our mission is to teach, share, and inform our community about bees and beekeeping, and enhance our member's beekeeping experience.
Texas Beekeepers Association was formed in 1880 to provide an environment where established beekeepers could meet and share methods and experiences, while learning new techniques and discovering new research. It’s focus, then and now, is about the honey bee, it’s survival and management.
Over the years the Texas Beekeepers Association has developed to embrace beekeepers of all kinds. Commercial beekeepers with over 300 hives, Sideliners with up to 300 colonies and the small scale beekeeper with up to 25. This, as well as the new beekeeper who wishes to keep a hive of honey bees in his back yard. Everyone who cares about the plight of the honey bee and who understands the great need to preserve this master pollinator is welcome to join our Association.