Beehive Adoption Benefits

When you adopt a beehive from Market Harborough Honey Co. the benefits to your business are great.

Benefits to you

  • You will be playing a key part in helping the reverse of the bee decline which studies show has is as much as 30% in recent years.

  • As a business, adopting a beehive is a huge step towards being socially responsible. As a business you should be thinking about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the social and economic impact to the environment and how you can play a key part in looking after the planet we live on.

  • Adopting a Beehive will definitely show your business up in a positive light. It helps demonstrate how committed your are to helping the environment.

  • Honey, thats right, you get a load of yummy honey!

  • Your hive will almost certainly create opportunities to promote your business, although beehive adoption is growing more popular, it is still very new and exciting to the world and to your customers.

  • Having photos and videos of your hives is great for marketing and PR, customers will like what you are doing. You can either make your own material up or simply point them to your own page on our site.

Environmental Benefits of Beehive Adoption

  • Honey Bees are crucial for pollination of plants and crops, without them your garden would look very different, they work very hard making the world look good!

  • Bees are required for biodiversity and environmental protection

  • Cultivated plants require bees to pollinate them, not just honey bees, but all types of bees, sustainable farming provides jobs and food that goes on our plates. Our bees have a direct impact on crop yields locally.

  • A number of different species to co-exist in the world and bees contribute to very complex, interconnected ecosystems that allow that level of diversity.

  • The UK economy gets supported by pollination contracts from bee farmers each year, it is believed to be in the region of £200 – £400 million straight into the UK economy every year.

  • Bees don’t just make field crops grow well, but they also contribute to the growth of wild flowers and plant that we see on in hedge rows and on the side of the road.