Our featured product is, of course, all natural Texas honey. Each season we harvest honey with a different flavor, depending on what wild sources the bees are collecting pollen from during that time of year.
My dad uses organic practices, and our honey is 100 percent pure local honey with no additives.
Prices may vary depending on how much honey is produced that season. Drought years are tough because we make only a little honey but still have to cover the same business and work-related expenses.
Currently, you can purchase our honey from Elizabeth Anna’s Old World Garden for $10 per 12 oz. honey bear or $25 per two-pound jar.
If you happen to catch us at a fair or event, we sell our honey at sale prices for $8 per honey bear and $20 per two-pound jar.
We offer raw honey in our two-pound jar size. The honey bears are never raw, because it makes it difficult to squeeze out the honey when it crystallizes.
Vintage Beehive Boxes
As former bee homes, these boxes have seen much activity. My dad inherited them from a friend and neighbor who left the honey business after 40 years of beekeeping.
Some of them are the neighbor’s original handmade bee hives. These are the leftovers, which are great for upcycled garden projects like planters.
Without lid $8, with lid $10.
If you’re interested in purchasing one or more, please contact me in advance. We store these on the ranch, and I’ll need to make plans to pick them up during my next trip home.
Need some large plastic containers for gardening? We’ve got the perfect eco-friendly solution. The mineral supplement for cattle come in these sturdy black plastic tubs, and we have more than enough for our own gardening needs. So, we’re offering them to other gardeners.
Purchase the super large ones for $5 each and the regular ones for $4 each.
Or we can turn them into self-watering containers for you, just like I did in my urban garden at the Leuda May Historic Apartments. I took two tubs and put one inside the other, making an overflow hole in the bottom tub.
I added some scrap PVC pipe that was drilled with small holes to wick up water to the top from the reservoir before filling it with a mixture of compost, potting soil and organic fertilizers.
Large self-watering containers cost $20 and the regular sized ones cost $16.
These tubs are also stored on the ranch. So, give us a heads up if you need some by a certain time.
Deer Antler Dog Toys
Every year, the deer shed their antlers and grow a new pair. When we find these on the ground on our ranch, we pick them up. Deer antlers make beautiful (and humane) decorations as well as all natural dog toys.
The antlers provide calcium for dogs and last a really, really long time. This toy is especially great for tough chewers. We sell ours for about $10 per antler (give or take a couple bucks depending on the size of the antler), which is considerably less than pet stores. So, please come to us for these!