Full Moon Farm
We are a small farm in Jefferson County, north-central Florida. We produce honey, make beeswax candles, natural soaps and lotions, and provide pollination services for area farmers. We also produce free range eggs and breed AKC Airedale Terriers.
We’re pleased to have you stop by and see what we have to offer and hopefully learn a little about the amazing Honeybee. Our beekeeping adventure started with a couple of hives about 10 years ago as way to overcome our daughter’s fear of insects. As our collection of bees and equipment has grown, so has our passion for the amazing honeybee and the wonderful products they provide.
Our beekeeping philosphy is to maintain colonies as naturally as possible. We use essential oils and natural ingredients to help maintain hive health.
Our hives are registered and inspected annually by Florida's Department of Agriculture Division of Apiary inspection and our honey packaging facility is inspected by Florida's Dept of Agriculture Division of Food Safety.
Full Moon Farm Announces 2nd Annual Beekeeping Essay Contest Winner!
Laiken Kinsey, an 8th grade student at North Florida Christian submitted the winning entry to the Full Moon Farm
beekeeping essay contest. The subject this year “Queen for a Day: How you would improve your hive”.
Full Moon Farm owners Tony and Becky Hogg are proud to award Laiken a beehive with beekeeping equipment
and a scholarship to the Apalachee Beekeepers Introduction to Beekeeping course for spring 2014.
2014 Essay Contest
The topic for the 2014 Essay Contest is "Why HoneyBees are Essential to Agriculture". The entry deadline is September 15, 2014- so make sure to get those entries in beforehand! The age limit 14-16. Make sure to download and fill out the Parental Consent Form that is located on the About Us tab under Download Files. We look forward to reading your essays!