Are you looking to get into beekeeping in 2019? Be sure to pre-order your bees today. CLICK HERE
Interested in taking our Beginner Beekeeping class? CLICK HERE to learn more.
Need equipment? No problem. Give us a call or stop out to our location to see our wide range of beekeeping products.
Need tips on preparing your hives for winter? Check out our YouTube video below. More VIDEOS available by clicking HERE.
EDUCATING today to protect tomorrow.
Save the Bees in Ohio by promoting best practices to improve your local ecosystem. Help support the pollination of Ohio's plants, fruits and vegetables by Hosting-A-Hive in 2018 ! Don't want to host a hive? Help support the bees and protect our future by simply supporting your local beekeepers.
Meet our Intern
Annie Backs is from Cincinnati and is a student at the University of Cincinnati’s college of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. She is studying fashion design while participating in the Professional Practice Program, which is alternating semesters of classroom study with work in the field of design. Annie is looking forward to learning more about the natural products made by Gaiser Bee Company and the benefits that come with them. She is also looking forward to exploring the creative mindset involved with running a business. Annie is always looking for inspiration for new design ideas, she especially likes to up-cycle things.
Meet the Gaiser's
We are a husband and wife team with the world's best side kick, Little Buddy. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio we originate from Michigan (but don't worry we are not sports fans). If you spend 5 minutes with us you will learn that we are incredibly passionate about beekeeping and love our urban farm. Cory is a full time beekeeper and part time doctor, while Krystle is a full time farmer/mother.
Our mission is to save the world one bee at a time. After that, we hope to empower beginner beekeepers with fact based beekeeping knowledge, provide our community with pollination for successful gardening and a fun urban farm for our community to come and enjoy a piece of the country side.