The TV Show:

Charlie the beekeeper rescues killer “Africanized” honeybees from desperate and dangerous situations and makes lots of friends along the way!

 

THE COMPANY

Welcome to Charlie Bee Company of New Braunfels, Texas!

Beekeeper Charlie Agar serves clients all along the I-35 corridor from San Antonio to Austin.

Charlie captures nuisance honey bees from walls and trees and takes them to a rural “bee-hab” for a little rehabilitation. He then leases bees for agricultural tax valuation on ranch properties all across the area. The byproduct of all this work is golden delicious Texas Hill Country honey Charlie likes to call “Liquid Sunshine.” For honey orders or help with all things honey bees in and around New Braunfels, Texas, contact Charlie by phone or text at 830.708.8797 or by email at TakeTheseBees@Gmail.com . And stay tuned for announcements about the Charlie Bee Company TV Series!

Bee Removal

Bee removals fall into a few simple categories and Charlie and the guys have time-tested solutions and straight-forward pricing for every nuisance bee problem

Lease Bee Hives

Managing an apiary on your property is a great way to achieve an agricultural tax valuation in the State of Texas. I lease honeybee hives...

Raw Local Honey

Alas, our honey barrels are empty from the 2020 harvest, but please add your name and email address to “the Honey List” to get updates about 2021 harvest and availability.

Thank you to our awesome supporters!

Charlie Bee News

Express News: 2021 Honey Production Down

Express News: 2021 Honey Production Down

November 2, 2021

By Timothy Fanning San Antonio Express-News — Nov. 1, 2021 Click here for original article This year’s frigid winter storm and summertime droughts may be responsible for decreased honey production in Texas. Since the state is one of the nation’s top producers, there will be even less honey and potentially higher prices. It’s likely that … Read More

Buzzing with Removals

Buzzing with Removals

September 27, 2021

Puns about bees and being “busy” are done to death, but suffice it to say I’m “very busy” with removals these days and scurrying to take care of clients before the close of the season when it becomes impossible to remove and “save” hives through the winter. I usually do removals right up through early … Read More

Austin Statesman: CharlieBee

Austin Statesman: CharlieBee

September 9, 2021

CENTRAL TEXAS BEEKEEPER SAVES ONE HIVE AT A TIME BY BUILDING NEW HOMES FOR POLLINATORS CLICK HERE to read the article at Statesman.com Claire Osborn / Austin American-Statesman Photos by Mikala Compton Sept. 5, 2021, SAN MARCOS — When Charlie Agar pried open the lid of an abandoned piece of farm machinery in San Marcos … Read More