Pollination Service Demands Experience

For over sixty years, our mission has been to provide crop pollination services to our customers to further ensure their success. Merrimack Valley Apiaries was incorporated in the 1950’s by Andy Card Sr. to bring pollination services to the local apple, blueberry, and cranberry growers of New England. When Andy Card Sr. retired from the company in the 1980’s, Andy Card Jr. and Crystal Card expanded the operation. In 1988, Merrimack Valley Apiaries became the first commercial outfit to ship bees to California from Florida and South Carolina for the almond pollination. Since that time, the farm has expanded to over 26,000 colonies of honeybees. Today, after providing pollination services for five decades, Merrimack Valley Apiaries has brought the third generation of Cards into the business.

We are committed to bringing the best pollination service to all of our growers nationwide. Presently, our customer list includes some of the largest fruit and nut growers in the country. References are available and inspections are both anticipated and encouraged.

New Jersey Blueberries

 

 

We have been Pollination Blueberries in New Jersey for more than 30 years.  We are work with growers large and small.  If you need pollination service please give us a call.

New York Apples

 

We pollinate focus on the Hudson Valley region from Poughkeepsie to East Greenbush.  We would be happy to be your go to source for Bee pollination in this area.  Please contact us

 

Massachusetts

With roots deep in Eastern and Central Massachusetts we are always willing to help out farms with their pollination needs.  We have been Working with many Apple orchards for more than 60 years and three generations.  Please reach out if you are in need of pollination services.  We are also looking for new pollination opportunities in this area.  we are working with several vegetable farms and PYO fruit farms.

 

Bee Pollination Services by Merrimack Valley Apiaries
Pollination service begins with strong bees

We own and operate over 30,000 hives

We re-queen 100% of our bee hives each year

Our brood/hive ratio is among the highest in the industry.

Remember when choosing your pollination service that strength, logistics and experience allow us to keep our pollination promises.

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Pollination Service Demands Experience

For over sixty years, our mission has been to provide crop pollination services to our customers to further ensure their success. Merrimack Valley Apiaries was incorporated in the 1950’s by Andy Card Sr. to bring pollination services to the local apple, blueberry, and cranberry growers of New England. When Andy Card Sr. retired from the company in the 1980’s, Andy Card Jr. and Crystal Card expanded the operation. In 1988, Merrimack Valley Apiaries became the first commercial outfit to ship bees to California from Florida and South Carolina for the almond pollination. Since that time, the farm has expanded to over 26,000 colonies of honeybees. Today, after providing pollination services for five decades, Merrimack Valley Apiaries has brought the third generation of Cards into the business.

We are committed to bringing the best pollination service to all of our growers nationwide. Presently, our customer list includes some of the largest fruit and nut growers in the country. References are available and inspections are both anticipated and encouraged.

Bee Pollination Services by Merrimack Valley Apiaries

New Jersey Blueberries

We have been Pollinating blueberries in NJ for over 30 years. We are well equipped to handle the timing demands of mother nature.  Our Hive numbers elevate the need for excessive splitting to make necessary numbers for pollination commitments.  This results in stronger bees when you need them.  

We own and operate over 30,000 hives

We re-queen 100% of our bee hives each year

Our brood/hive ratio is among the highest in the industry.

Remember when choosing your pollination service that strength, logistics and experience allow us to keep our pollination promises.

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