We care for approximately 600 hives of bees, all located around Eugene, Oregon. The hives are separated into small groups of 20 - 36 hives that live together in one 'bee yard'. The bees are separated like this because, just like any other animal, they need enough food to feed their local population. Eight hundred hives of bees all placed in one spot would have a hard time finding enough nectar and pollen to feed themselves during foraging season. We don't own all the yards that host our bees. In fact, most of the yards belong to friends or neighbors who want to host some bees to pollinate their garden or orchard. If you live within 30 minutes of Eugene, Oregon, outside of city limits and would like to host some Queen's Bounty bees, please let us know via our Contact Form.