Welcome

As a Texas based, family-owned and operated business, our passion for bees grew from more than 100 years of experience in both beekeeping and packing.

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How Honey Is Made

Our Texas bees produce honey from all regions of Texas including Greenville, McKinney, Weatherford, Lubbock, Pleasanton, Edinburg, Liberty and Chicota. But, where does the honey come from and how did it get to market?

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Our Honey

Kelley Honey Farms products are 100% U.S.A. We are proud to provide our consumers with all-natural raw products, harvested completely in the United States of America.

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Rain or Shine! Come bring the kids to EarthX at the Fair Park in Dallas Texas for a fun and educational event featuring vendors who are dedicated to promoting eco-friendly and sustainable ideas for Earth Day. We will be at booth #5421 talking about beehive sponsorship and sampling a variety of honey today and tomorrow, 10am-6pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy early Earth Day Texans! Come join us and thousands of other Earthlings this weekend at EarthX 2018. We will be there talking to folks about beekeeping and sampling honey at booth #5421 inside the Centennial building tomorrow through Sunday 10 am - 6 pm.

It is a public event so please invite your family and friends. For free admission please register at earthx.org/attend.
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#EarthX 2018 kicks off TOMORROW! Featuring green exhibitors, expert speakers, a virtual reality zone and a film festival - plus a Tiny House Village, Outdoor Adventure Zone, Eco Auto Show, live music ...

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We are glad to announce that Kelley's Texas Country Style Infused Honey are now going to be available at a United Supermarket store near you.

Can't wait? Our Kelley's cinnamon flavored honey is always available on Amazon:
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