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Cut-out Honey Bee Removal Services

The following individuals or businesses have indicated to the MBA 

that they are available to provide this service*

Brandon Lawson

Sticky Bee Honey Works

Flushing Michigan


Information provided:

  • Founder of Sticky Bee Honey Works. I recently started my venture into the business end of beekeeping, but I have been involved with bees on and off for years, starting as a kid with my grandfather.
  • I have 20+ years of experience in the construction industry and have lots of local constructions contacts to help with post cutout repairs.
  • I am willing to travel to Shiawassee, Oakland and Genesee counties.

    Joel Nephew

    Nephew Honey Farm and Bee Removal

    11762 Kinneville Rd

    Eaton Rapids Michigan


    Information provided:

    • We are a family owned and operated business that has been working with bees for over 15 years 
    • We have been doing cut-outs for 13 years. We have successfully done over 250 cut-outs. 
    • I am willing to travel. I cover Barry, Ionia, Clinton, Ingham, Jackon, Eaton, Calhoun counties and beyond.

    David Zimmermann

    Zimmermann Builders, LLC

    Grand Rapids Area Bee Club


    Information provided:

    • I am a licensed and insured builder, specializing in remodeling and have been since 1994.
    • I am also the new president of the Grand Rapids Area Bee Club. 
    • I have done more than 30 cut-outs in the last 5 years.
    • I am willing to travel.  I cover Kent county, Allegan, Muskegon and Ottawa counties and beyond.  Last year, in addition to cut-outs near Grand Rapids,  I did cut-outs in Marshall, Benton Harbor and Cadillac.

    We would like to grow our cut-out list.  If you are an individual or business that can provide cut-out services, we would love to hear from you and get you on our list.  Please email your information to or  We need at a minimum a contact name, business name (if applicable), city and county you are based in, and a contact number.

    * Disclaimer:  The individuals identified on this list profess to have expertise in removing honey bee colonies from structures and are seeking employment to do so. The Michigan Beekeepers Association (MBA), its Board of Directors and its membership has not investigated, evaluated or reviewed the credentials, work product or any other professional and/or personal aspect or profile of these listed individuals and is publishing this list of their names and contact information as a public service only. By including these individuals on this list, MBA, its Board of Directors and its membership does not in any way recommend, promote or otherwise encourage selecting any individual or individuals identified on this list to perform the removal of honey bee colonies from structures and MBA, its Board of Directors and its membership are not responsible for any work performed or not performed by these individuals. Further, your selection of an individual or individuals on this list to perform the removal of honey bee colonies from structures is entirely your own responsibility and is not based upon any express or implied representation or warranty made by the MBA, its Board of Directors and its membership. Should you select an individual or individuals on this list to remove honey bee colonies from structures, it is your own sole responsibility to define the terms, conditions and scope of said employment between yourself and the selected individual or individuals on this list.

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