I cold filter my honey. It's filtered to remove any hive debris (large pollen grains, bits of wax and propolis, but not heated and pressure filtered as some processors do to limit crystallization.
From time to time, I'll have other products available: Cut Comb, creamed honey, and even bulk honey depending on the season. Sometimes I even have beeswax available.
I provide a very reasonable pollination service depending on the crop. I will rarely put hives on farms that use pesticides. Also, some crops like watermellon and pumpkin produce very little nectar, so it's a different challenge to provide for the bees. I also work with the farmer to make sure we have the right hive density for the particular crop.
Nucleus colonies are available depending on weather and my dedication to raising queens. A nuc from me will have a marked queen, and at least 2 frames of her larva, with other drawn frames of honey and pollen. $200. These will not be straight line Italians, so they will be different than most of the package bees. They can be a little more testy than average, but will also be healthy. You can pick them up from different locations in Richmond, and we can work out a time and place. Usually available on a first come basis, from late March through early May.