Stargate Bees – Downed Tree Limb

This property houses a Stargate portal to an inter-dimensional bee hive located in a tree limb that fell from it’s host tree last summer.

The rotted section of limb fooled me at first (as this WAS performed on April 1 !) – and the bees were ABOVE the knothole, instead of below it.

The queen […]

Seeking Farmers for Pollination of Nectar Crops

Actively seeking farmers and/or landowners for the 2017 crop season.  North and East Texas preferred – however will travel Texas if the crop is right.

Honeybees brought in will provide pollination services for the farmer to make sure his fruits/seeds have a full “set” to the blooms.  These blooms also have nectar flow for benefit […]

Garden2Table Event – March 25, 2017

Come see the observation hive and let’s talk about our pollinators at the Garden2Table educational event.  I hear that Heather Rinaldi of the Texas Worm Ranch will be speaking immediately prior to my time in the breakout sessions.

Join the real food revolution by attending Garden2Table, hosted by Methodist Charlton Medical Center.

Garden2Table […]

2017 Honeybee Removal Information

Rex Smith’s Honeybee Removal – 2017

If you are in need of having a honeybee swarm picked up, or a full colony of bees removed from a structure – please see the following links for my contact information:  (These same links are in the top menu bar on this website as well.)

Also please understand […]

Some honeybees placed on endangered list

At first glance at the articles I have read in the last few days, one would think to themselves:  “What does this matter?  These bees are isolated and in Hawaii – how should that mean anything to us here in the contiguous 48?”.

Easy answer.  These bee species *are* in an isolated area, and thus […]

Honeybee Out-Yard

A friend of mine has inquired several times about having hives put on their land – both for adding to the biodiversity of the land and flora, but also for the State Agriculture Exemption that includes having honeybees as livestock.

Every county can decide how many hives per acre are required, and the tax exemption […]

Bee Season has begun!

Though the “swarm season” may have another week to go before it hits fully (and it WILL after a full week of rain next week) – customers from North Texas are already calling for removals of bees that have established in areas of their homes, trees, and yards.

Yesterday was removal #7 for the 2016 […]

Garden 2 Table event – Dallas

The Texas Agrilife Extension office is presenting a Garden 2 Table event – this Saturday March 5th- from 8:30am-1:00pm  at Methodist Dallas Medical Center | Hitt Auditorium – at the corner of Colorado Blvd. and Bishop Ave.

I will be offering two “Bee Talk” presentations/Q&A sessions throughout the morning, and will also have honey available […]

Meyer Lemon Macaroons

Marta Cordell, a health and wellness coach, introduced herself to me at a recent holistic show where I was vending.  She had purchased some of my mesquite tree honey earlier in the year, and used it in her recipe for macaroons.  It sounded fantastic, so with her permission, I would like to share the recipe […]

I Will Survive – Event in Midland, Texas (Dec 12-13)

Rex Smith – Texas Master Beekeeper will be speaking at 1pm on Saturday Dec 12th in Midland, Texas – at the Midland County Horseshoe Pavilion.  This is an event for preppers, homesteaders, and survival enthusiasts.

More information at:  I Will Survive Events

I will also have a table for selling my Harmony Hollow Honey, […]