July Extractaganza

July 22, 2023 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER for the 2023 Extractaganza. If you have supers full of honey to extract, and don't own your own extractor, this is your opportunity to use an electric extractor to harvest your honey.

We will have motorized extractors & uncapping stations set up. Members are invited to bring up to 4 supers to extract that day. Experienced beekeepers will be there to help the newbees. Extracting sessions begin at 8:00, 10:00 and 1:00 please register for your preferred time.

Man working with a hot knife to remove cappings wax from a medium honey super. He is working over a large white uncapping tub with the frame resting on a piece of wood with a screw in it to hold the bottom of the frame.There is a $20 donation requested if you are extracting honey, and you MUST register online.

** Don't forget to bring buckets or containers to put your extracted honey in and another container if you want to take your capping wax home. Also please put your name on your equipment, all white supers & 5 gallon buckets look the same.

EXPERIENCED BEEKEEPERS - We need you to assist Newbees in extracting their honey & answering questions. Join us for a wonderful day talking about bees with fellow beekeepers.

NEWBEES - You are encouraged to join us even if you don't have honey to extract. This event is an opportunity for you to learn, ask questions and talk to fellow beekeepers.  WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

On left: Man removing honey frames that have been extracted from a stainless steel extractor and putting them back in the white wooden super hive box that is sitting on the floor. On right: A woman holding a frame of honey on top of a large tub uncapping station. She is working on removing the cappings wax that the bees put over the wax when it is ready to store in the hive.



July 22, 2023

8:00 am - 3:00 pm



765 Gravois Road, Fenton, MO, 63026, United States


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