IMG_5089I REMOVE HONEYBEE SWARMS ALIVE to relocate them, usually for FREE – at no cost to you. Located in Clarksville, Tennessee, I have all of the professional equipment and expertise to do the job quickly and completely.

For more information TEXT ME or CALL ME at (931) 561-5530. If I don’t answer, please leave a message. I WILL RETURN YOUR CALL and will be able to remove the bee swarm by the end of the day that you call. If, for some reason I cannot, I will find someone who can help. You may also email with the RE line: SWARM in all caps OR you can TEXT ME a picture of the swarm with your address for FASTER SERVICE.

This is a swarm of around 20,000 honeybees.  Yes, that's all bees you see!

This is a swarm of around 20,000 honeybees; and yes, that’s a solid mass of bees!

Many pest control companies will spray and kill our endangered honeybees, and often don’t even eliminate all of the bees after charging the customer in the range of $95.00 to $175.00 per visit. I don’t charge to remove honeybee swarms, but accept donations to cover my time and gas. Afterwards I will place the bees in a new home out in the country where they may thrive and contribute to the ecosystem through pollinating. I’ve successfully removed well over one-hundred swarms / colonies in the last 15 years from homes, yards, and businesses.

Here are some more pictures of just a few swarms I’ve caught in recent years. They are usually very docile and will not sting anyone normally since they are simply looking for a new home and have no honey / hive to protect. They form what looks like a ball of bees called a bee beard as seen below.


Not sure if what you have are honeybees, CLICK HERE for a great webpage that shows the differences in wasps, bees, and hornets.







A video of Honey Harvest 2013

News Article about Honey Harvest 2014

Thanks for visiting this webpage about our honey, garlic and Shiitake mushrooms.  BeeAttitudes has been in business for over  a decade.  We sell honey by word of mouth, and this website is designed to educate our customers about our locally produced honey, garlic, and shiitakes.  I also sell propolis, pure beeswax, and, if a good harvest is made, pollen as well.

Jason Groppel – Owner and operator: BeeAttitudes Apiary and Produce

For more information about HONEY click on the BEEATTITUDES LINK above.

For more information about SHIITAKES click on the SHIITAKE LINK above.

For more information about GARLIC click on the GARLIC LINK above.

Here’s the link to my page on the PICK TENNESSEE webpage.

CLICK ON THE  LINKS AT THE VERY TOP OF THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION about honey, garlic or shiitake / Oster mushrooms!

I’m collecting honeybee swarms and remove them from buildings as well, without the use of chemicals.

This is a swarm of around 20,000 honeybees.  Yes, that's all bees you see!

This is a swarm of around 20,000 honeybees. Yes, that’s all bees you see!