Hung Gee Bees Farm

Publish:2013/03/19 Popular:86
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Tel (049)2980851
Addr No.52-1, Pipa Rd., Puli Township, Nantou County 545, Taiwan (R.O.C.)


Bees are the most important creatures among the nearly one million insect species. Firstly, they can produce honey, pollen, wax, royal jelly, propolis, venom. Secondly, these products contribute to human nutrition as well as medical treatment. Thirdly, they create a perfect combination between human and nature.

When I was a teenager, I liked to accompany my father while he was working, and it was then, I found deep meanings in honeycombs. In the beginning of my job as a director, I used to put emphasis on the benefits of bee-products; however, now I have found that improving and accumulating my management experience and researching the industry is much more important to me.

A honeycomb is the basis of a bee’s life, and a sweet home where bees are born and develop from the larva molt stage to maturity. No matter what difficulties they face, bees will do their best to protect their home. For example, when natural enemies, animals or human beings, try to destroy a bee’s habitat they will protect it with their lives. Moreover, bees are highly social insects. They have an organized society where the queen bee is responsible for laying eggs, while her female workers progeny remain unmated in order to allow them to collect the nectar, pollen, water and propolis. Gathering food, rearing young bees, defending the colony and its reproduction are fundamental elements in a bee’s life.

Bees have tough attitude and strength of character so they can build immediately on the ashes of their defeat and preserve their future generations. 
he principle of Hung Gee Bee Farm’s foundation is to narrate the actual life of a bee – to talk about theirs location, background, also about wisdom of ancient people as well as new technologies. With our concrete experiences of real life incidents we want to express the sincere feelings of our affection for bees.