Swarm Removal Services
Swarms are typically not aggressive but please exercise caution and leave the swarm alone until it moves along or until a beekeeper can assist with removal.
Swarming is the way a honeybee colony reproduces.
This usually happens in early spring time when a colony is rapidly growing, but you could find one almost anytime throughout the year.
They tend to be sighted when they are resting as a cluster protecting the queen. Sometimes this cloud is spotted in the air or you may hear the rumbling hum overhead.
Although swarming honey bees have little interest in stinging people you should stay away and contact us immediately.
Swarms can be harmed by high winds and heavy rainfall, so please contact us as soon as possible if you see a swarm.
Donations to support local beekeeping are always appreciated, but not required.
Beekeeper Swarm Call Out LIST
|Robin Johnson||FarmFishHunt@gmail.com||615-804-6441||Ashland City|
|Jenna Pratt||CedarHillTNHoney@gmail.com||661-619-4261||Cedar Hill/Adams|
|James & Kason Kong||James.Kong@sunbeltrentals.com||615-642-0969||Chapmansboro|
|Suzanne Hale||Suz1019@bellsouth.net||615-714-0428||Joelton/Pleasant View|
|Mike Ernstemail@example.com||615-969-9989||Pleasant View/Coopertown|
|Smitty and Chin Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||615-748-7258||
|Christine Lockert||TNBEELADY@mac.com||615-403-7407||Ashland City|
|Gerald C Greeremail@example.com||615-330-9807||Ashland City|
|Mickey Stephens||KN4JFD@ARRL.NET||615-330-4628||West Nashville|
|Gigi and Gary Drumrightfirstname.lastname@example.org||615-310-3036||Ashland City|