Customers from all around the world look to Cook & Beals, Inc. for their honey processing needs. We are located in Loup City, Nebraska and have been designing and manufacturing honey extraction equipment for the commercial beekeeper since 1959. Our goal is to provide the honey producer with the most trouble free, durable, labor-saving equipment in the industry. We were once beekeepers, so we understand the importance of honey extracting running as smoothly as possible.
The Cook & Beals, Inc. equipment line includes the Box Grabber, Deboxer, Automatic Uncapper, Auto-Load 128 frame Extractor, Pumps, Heat Exchanger, Spin-Float Honey Wax Separator, Wax Melter, Moisture Remover, Honey Tote Scale, Parts and Accessories.
We are always interested in finding innovative new products to offer our customers. Whether you’ve got a “hot” new product, suggested improvements, or simply a “better mousetrap,” we’d like to hear about it.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND READING:
- Click PRODUCT CATALOG to download our current product catalog in PDF format (please see policy statement tab for current freight charges policy). Note that our current price list is available at the link below.
- Click 2017 PRICE LIST to download price list in PDF format (prices subject to change without notice; please call to verify before placing order).
- Look for us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/cooknbeals/ where we post used equipment for sale, hints, tips and information related to our line of honey extraction equipment.
- Thank you for stopping to see us at the 2017 North American Beekeeping Conference and Tradeshow (comprised of the American Beekeeping Federation, the American Honey Producers Association and the Canadian Honey Council) in Galveston, Texas. Look for us in Reno for the next Conference and Tradeshow in January, 2018!!
- The American Beekeeping Federation (ABF) is a national organization with over 4,700 members that continually works in the interest of all beekeepers, large or small, and those associated with the industry to ensure the future of the honey bee. Our members share a common interest to work toward better education and information for all segments of the industry in the hope of increasing our chances for survival in today’s competitive world.