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Howland’s Honey / Howland Apiaries

12449 Rt 38
Berkshire New York 13736
beehow@aol.com
(607) 657-2517
Contact name: Joan-Ann Howland

James Howland started with Bees in the summer of 1930 as a hobbyist while working in his father’s furniture factory. By 1940 James was ready to go commercial. During the 2nd World war, the price of honey was high so James increased his Bees. In 1960 his son David, who loved helping his father work with Bees since he was eight, was out of college and went into business with him. Howland’s had 4,000 colonies of Bees by 1970. David’s son, Michael, joined his mother, Joan & father in the business in 1988. Today, 77 years later, Howland’s Honey is not only well known for it’s high quality honey in NY state but in other states all over the country as well.

Varietals Sold:
  • Alfalfa-Clover (new-york)
  • Apple Blossom (new-york)
  • Aster (new-york)
  • Basswood (new-york)
  • Buckwheat (new-york)
  • Clover, Sweet (new-york)
  • Clover, White Sweet (new-york)
  • Goldenrod (new-york)
  • Mixed Flower (new-york)
  • Orange Blossom (florida)
  • Raspberry (new-york)
  • Star Thistle (new-york)
  • Wildflower (new-york)
Honey Products:
  • Liquid Honey
  • Comb Honey
  • Naturally Crystallized Honey
Container Sizes Sold:
  • Small containers (1 lb. or less)
  • Medium containers (1 to 5 lbs.)
  • Large containers (5 to 60 lbs.)
Targeted Markets List:
  • Direct to Consumers
  • Wholesale - Bottled for Retailers
Orders Taken By:
  • Phone
  • Mail
  • Walk-in