Here are some of the locations where you can purchase our honey:


  • Café Jennie at The Cornell Bookstore.

  • The Farmers Market at Cornell. The Cornell Ag Club runs a Spring and Fall Farm Market on the Ag Quad.

  • The Orchard Store at Cornell

  • Garden Gift Shop at Cornell Botanic Gardens

  • P&C Fresh at East Hill Plaza, 315 Pine Tree Rd, Ithaca, NY

  • Jerry Dell Farm Market at 41 Fall Creek Road, Freeville, NY.

  • Livey Run Goat Dairy at 8978 Co. Road  142, Interlaken, NY.

  • Agway True Value Northeast at 2309 N. Triphammer Rd, Ithaca, NY

  • Agway True Value at 213 S. Fulton St. Ithaca, NY

  • The Cornell Store on The Ithaca Commons

  • And of course, directly from HoneyRock Farm, 271 Burns Road, Ithaca, NY 14850.  We will be glad to mail your order.


HoneyRock Farm offers several varieties of honey including Orange Blossom, Apple Blossom, Locust Honey, Basswood Honey, WIldflower, and Goldenrod Honey.  Honey varieties are harvested by watching the bloom. For instance, after we extract the Apple Blossom Honey, we put the empty frames of comb back in the hive in time for the Locust trees to bloom.  When the Locust tree bloom is complete, we extract the honey and this is how we gather the light Locust honey.  The same practice is followed for each variety.


All HoneyRock Farm honey is 100% pure honey.  We never add anything to the honey and we never pasteurize our honey. 

We do not filter the honey, but we do strain out large comb particles during the extraction process. 


Our honey is unpasteurized so that it retains its natural properties of amino acids, mineral, vitamins, live enzymes, and antioxidants that are so essential for good health. Unpasteurized honey will change to its crystallized form in a few weeks depending on its variety. When our honey becomes crystallized we gently warm it to liquefy the crystals before we deliver it to our sales locations.  At home, to re-liquefy your your honey without destroying its natural properites, place your bottle of honey in a pot and fill the pot with water just to the level of the honey in the bottle.  Loosen the lid and heat the water until it is hot to the touch.  Stir the honey frequently and reheat the water as needed until the honey is liquefied.  Be careful not to let the honey exceed 114 degrees F.  It is important not to overheat the honey as this will degrade the taste and natural properties. 


100% Pure Varietal Honey in a range of sizes.  And try our tasty Honey Yum Cinnamon Infused Creamed Honey!


We offer Pollination Services, and we will be glad of quote any opportunies in Central New York.


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