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Cuyahoga County Beekeeping (Apiary) Inspection Program
Ohio Revised Code requires for all active bee colonies to be registered. This helps our local bee population and helps prevent issues. The application fee is only $5.
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Agricultural Research Service
Ohio Revised Code/Title 9 Agriculture-Animals-Fences
Whether this is your first year or 30th as a beekeeper, you must register your hives with the State of Ohio. There is a $5 fee for each apiary. This is a critically important part of keeping track of hives and bee health in our state.
Anyone proposing to keep farm animals or bees on a property in the City of Cleveland shall apply for a two-year license from the City of Cleveland through its Department of Public Health on a form provided by that office (See form attached). There is No Cost for the Application.
In order to be granted kosher certified status, a beekeeper or any food-maker must go through the process of inspection and certification by a recognized kosher certifier. OU Kosher is one of the most widely recognized certifier. The information you need to become kosher certifies is below.
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