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McGregor Bee Farm

A Beekeeping Family

Farm at a Glance

Our Mission

McGregor Farms is a family-operated Honey Bee farm (Apiary) located in Wenatchee, Washington. We are full-time beekeepers solely focused on providing the best possible care and habitat for our honeybees to thrive and flourish.

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Our Story

A Beekeeping Family

Our story begins with chief beekeeper and owner, Mike McGregor, who grew up on apple and cherry farms in the Wenatchee Valley, participated in FFA, and was mentored by a neighboring farmer who shared his knowledge of keeping bees. What started out as a hobby soon became a passion and a commitment to caring for and raising honey bees. In 2013 McGregor Farms had 20 colonies producing a small amount of honey; whereas today, we care for approximately 300 colonies making a variety of high-quality raw honey products. 


The Bee Team

The team behind the operation

We all share the love of our land, our bees and the delicious products produced from our honey to share with our customers.

In 2017 our son Mark moved home and joined the Bee Team. He brought knowledge and passion for brewing mead which led to two years of beta testing numerous varieties and styles of mead. In late 2018, we obtained our liquor license and released our sparkling, session-style Mead. Today Mark is our Mead Maker, and he and his wife, Beatrice, creates our Beeswax Candles, runs our Farmers Market Operation, AND works in our Pybus Tasting Room / Honey Boutique each week. 


The whole operation wouldn't be complete without other family members contributing to the success of McGregor Farms Honey & Meadery.  Alice, is the Pybus Tasting Room Manager and artisan maker of McGregor Farm Honey-Sweetened Jams under label, Valkyrie. Alice also makes and sells the cutest dog scarfs in the shop!  Terri, is the McGregor Farms Artisan Ice Cream Maker and currently is a Pybus Market team member

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Old School House

Future Home of Ice Cream Production & Event Center

In 2018, we bought the historic 100-year-old Stemilt Hill School House/Stemilt Hill Grange, and are renovating the building and space to be McGregor Farms dedicated honey house. Providing room for mead production tanks and production facility for McGregor Farm Honey Ice Cream.  With a future expansion of a Tasting Room & Event Center. Renovations should be finished this late Fall 2023. This scenic area in the mountains near Wenatchee will be a beautiful destination location for all things related to bees, honey and mead.  And a perfect place for your future event!


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