About the TBA Texas Honey Show:
The Texas Beekeepers Association has, with the help of countless volunteers, put on an impressive honey show for beekeepers throughout Texas to compete for blue ribbons and accolades.
TBA volunteers worked with the world-renowned, honey judge, Ann Harmon to build the Texas Honey Show into what it is today. We owe a great deal of gratitude to Ann for her work and promotion of our program. Read more about Ann’s work here. After Ann’s passing in 2020, the Honey Show Committee strives to keep up the standards of the show that she helped to build. Pamela Yeamans played a pivotal role in building the show with Ann and has taken the techniques and standards she’s learned from Ann to continue as a judge for the Texas Honey Show.
If you’re interested in participating in the Texas Honey Show, we’ve put together some resources to help you make the most of your entries.
Honey Show Resources:
Read the rules carefully and be sure you pay attention to detail when submitting entries. There are many videos online to help prepare you for the level of detail that goes into honey show competitions, especially for wax and honey entries.
Texas Honey Show Categories:
- Extracted Honey: Light/Amber, Medium/Amber, Dark/Amber
- Creamed Honey
- Chunk Honey
- “Black Jar” honey
- Comb honey: Ross Round, Halfhog, Cut Comb
- 1-2lb Wax block
- Beekeeping Arts and Crafts
- Photography: Close-up, Scenic, Portrait
- Beekeeping Gadgets
- Painted Box: 10 frame Deep
- Video Short
- Mead: Traditional, Fruit, Spiced, Specialty
2022 Rules Coming Soon
Check out the 2021 Texas Honey Show Rules Below