The contacts listed below are provided as an informational service. The LSU AgCenter does not endorse, warrant or recommend any person or business listed here.
*Fees depend on situation and travel distance.
Michael Chukalov, 225-276-4504. Collects swarms and removes honeybees from walls and structures. Will travel within 40 miles of Baton Rouge.
Dru Ingram, 225-284-7147 . Will travel across state for large jobs and locally will assist in Ascension, Livingston, Iberville, East Baton Rouge and St. James parishes for honeybee removal from structures, trees and municipal buildings and swarm collection.
Jeff Robert, 225-715-8553, Will collect swarms and remove honeybees from walls and structures in Ascension Parish and neighboring parishes.
Jesse Erwin, 225-954-3134. Removal of swarms & colonies, live capture of honey bees - same day service. Will remove yellow jackets & wasps from any structure or tree. Member of the Capital Area Beekeepers Association & Ascension Parish Beekeepers Association. I will travel throughout Louisiana & parts of Mississippi. 10 years experience. Free estimate & education about your bee problem.
Nola Ducote. Will remove honey bee swarms if accessible. No charge Call: 337-794-9988 or 337-527-8957. Lake Charles/Sulphur area.within 50 mile radius.
Wayne Hazlewood, 318-516-9083 cell. Will collect swarms and consult on Honey Bee Removal in Pineville, Kolin, Marksville area. email@example.com
Jim Denne. 703 969 6299. Pollock, Louisiana. Will collect honey bee swarms. Jim Denne 703 969 6299
Murray Atkins, Lives in Lafayette and will remove bees in all of Acadiana (east-Henderson, LA; west-Lake Charles; north-Alexandria; south-Pecan Island). 337-319-4227, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Skyla Selph, Lafeyette Parish. 337-205-1970.
Donald Bertrand, Opelousas, Louisiana, 337-351-3069, St. Landry Parish and surrounding areas. Swarms removed for free. Established hives and cutouts removed for a fee based on location and difficulty of removal.
A. Griggs. 318-518-3279. Will collect swarms and remove bees from basic structures (bird houses, sheds, low height trees) from Benton, Plain Dealing, and Bossier City areas.
This list does not constitute an endorsement from the LSU AgCenter. Names are listed in no specific order or ranking.
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