Looking for honey from local hives; raw honey with local pollen, Manuka honey, honey in combs or other types of honey in Iowa? Just select your area in the list or map below.
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April 2023: The bees are just waking up in the northern hemisphere, so it will be a few months before 2023 honey is ready, but most apiaries have plenty from the last season in stock
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Iowa is not generally thought of as being a maple syrup producing state, but it does have a few commercial producers in the northeastern part of the state. Sugar maples (see map at right) grow along the eastern edge of the state. There are other varieties of maples that grow well and produce syrup in Iowa besides the sugar maple, there are also the black maple, silver maple or boxelder grow throughout much of the state and can produce maple syrup.