Meeting Information
Club meets 1st Monday each month
7 pm , Blees Room Macon Housing Authority 1404 South Missouri Street Macon, Missouri

Topics of Monthly Meetings

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Swarm List

Below is a list of club members that are willing to come and get bee swarms.

Terry Arment , Shelbyville, Mo. 573-822-2653
Terry Barnett , Macon, Mo. 660-651-3989
Bob Brammer, Macon, Mo. 660-415-6480
Melvin Dennis, LaPlata, Mo 660-341-8944
Brian Downey, Macon, Mo. 660-676-4165
Don Duvall, Madison, Mo. 660-651-6275
Bill George, Chillicothe, Mo. 660-214-0132
Tammy George, Chillicothe, Mo. 660-214-0132
Karl Hosteler, Shelbyville, Mo 660-988-8422
Joy Hoyt Laddonia, Mo 573-373-2191
Terry Hoyt Laddonia, Mo 573-473-4152
Billie Hurley , Downing , Mo. 660-626-7817
Paul Jensen, LaPlata, Mo. 660-332-4027
Jeff Knight Unionville, Mo. 309-645-4655
Troy Link, Moberly, Mo. 660-651-5104
Mike Mattox, Moberly, Mo. 660-651-8855
Jackie Mott, Madison, Mo. 660 651 8612
Roger Rector, Macon, Mo. 660-651-3822
Dan Schlipf, Macon, Mo. 660-384-4216
Dan West, Macon, Mo. 660-651-7582
Wade West, Shelbina, Mo. 573-424-7284
Deb Yearns 660-651-8490
Doug Yearns 660-651-0038



The mission of the North Central Missouri Beekeepers Association is one of Promoting, Providing and the Sharing of information for all the local beekeepers in the North Central Missouri Region. We encourage a dialog among our members and ask that all give freely of their time and thoughts.

Our mission would closely mirror the one of the Missouri State Beekeepers , shown below.

  • To educate and inform the general public and the beekeeper
  • To promote beekeeping ,advise and support all beekeepers, from the backyard hobbyist to the commercial pollinator
  • Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and mutual support in the keeping of honey bees and the marketing of honey
  • Share our insights and passion for beekeeping to help others grow in their appreciation and enjoyment of keeping bees
  • Encourage the beginner beekeeper and help to establish first-time beekeepers in the success of their efforts
  • Become a resource of materials and equipment.