Calabogie Peaks Resort / Canthooks Restaurant
We did our final extraction of honey from Calabogie Peaks Resort, and though we had an unfavorable year with all the rain, we ended up with a total of 118 lbs of honey. The year wasn't it's best for many beekeepers in Eastern Ontario with all the rain, lots of lost queens, and lots of swarm..
We were surprised to find the bees have been packing away a lot of nectar and converting it to the sweet tasting honey. With the signs of nicer warm and sunny days, those amazing bees are hard at work flying around in search of the many nectar sources. Bees often fly past many nectar sou..
With such a poor year for honey production, the bees at Calabogie have finally gathered enough to take a small harvest for bottling. With hot and dry weather to come for the rest of Autumn, we hope the bees do well and gather plenty more for another larger harvest. Find Calabogie Peaks R..
On a foggy misty morning of Friday May 26/17, the queens and their workers have arrived at Calabogie Peaks Resort to make a new home. The hives will be placed across the pond from the restaurant where they can be viewed from the windows. &nb..
We are pleased to announce that we have entered a partnership with Calabogie Peaks Resort who have shown a desire to provide a new home for a couple beehives. Resort executive chef Tristan Hertzog recently contacted us and explained his interest in setting up beehives at the resort and..