Welcome to Biggie Bee Honey

Biggie Bee Keep

Our Product

Not all honey is created equal and all honey is not local.  To get honey benefits it needs to be produced within the same general area you live in.


Our honey is not a combination of several sites and zip codes - it is single site and you will always know where it was produced. Single site honey lets you identify the flora and fauna - and the health benefits associated with it.


Our honey bees forage in the wildflower fields located in West Baton Rouge along with Mississippi River. 

Plant Wildflowers and Feed the Bees

Everyone can help the bees.  When possible allow areas of your yard to grow clovers and native flowers. By doing so, you will be providing your local honey bees with new foraging grounds.


Don't kill them if they swarm. Honey Bees are very docile when swarming. They are only looking for a home, so call a beekeeper to come and get them.

Biggie Bee Story

Father and son, Doug and David Wilkinson, decided to start a new hobby and became beekeepers. What started out as a small operation with only 2 hives in their back yard has quickly developed into a growing family business. 

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Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Better yet, see us in person!

We are proud of our bees and their honey, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Biggie Bee Keep

3833 N River Rd, Port Allen, Louisiana 70767, United States

(225) 337-6101 or (225) 975-7993

Business Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed


Members of

Capital Area Beekeepers Association

Louisiana Beekeepers Association

Louisiana Dept of Agriculture & Forestry Registered Beekeeper # 2207