About Us


 

honeyacres our story

OUR STORY

Honey Acres, located in Wisconsin, is home to a honey museum, retail store and manufacturing plant. We jar and manufacture all our own products in house. These fresh, unfiltered, raw and unprocessed honey products will succeed your honey expectations and make your taste buds sing. We take pride in everything that goes out of our plant and we know you will enjoy it.

 

Beekeeper in the Honey of a Museum

We Are Driven By...Tradition

Bringing you the best in honey and honey products has been the Diehnelt family tradition for over 160 years. In 1852, Christian Friederich Diehnelt brought his skill, knowledge and love for beekeeping from Rosswein, Germany to the meadowlands of Wisconsin. The new location, abundant with fresh clover and wildflowers during the summer months was the perfect combination to produce the sweetest honey. As his business grew, he shared his talents with his son, August, who learned that making the best honey required hard work, special care, and patience.

Five generations later and the quality that C.F. Diehnelt demanded over 160 years ago still inspires Honey Acres today. Located on 40 Acres in rural Ashippun Wisconsin midway between Milwaukee and Madison.

 

We Are Driven By...Passion

Passion Is the Force that Drives Us. We put our Hearts and Minds into every product we manufacture. We are passionate not only about our Products, but most importantly our Customers and our People, Because we realize they are the reason we are here and that they are what make us successful.

 

We Are Driven By...Family

Honey Acres is Governed by Family Values. We are a Family owned and operated business that prides itself on making the business a home.

Each and every member of the team plays an important part in our success and together we strive to produce only the finest products for our customers. Together we strive to produce only the Finest Products for our Customers

Man riding a horse in Honey Acres  Ladies working at the production line, Honey Acres  Honey Acres beekeping boxes in the yard