We have bees as well and do sell some honey when we have extra. I think my son has about 6 hives. He lost some bees over winter and got new queens but I'm thinking he said we won't have any spring honey which is a shame because I like the spring honey the best.
For us it's a group effort, my son, who works and travels a lot, my ex - his father who lives with him, myself and my DH (who is 81). We each have a best areas. I do the seed starting, planting, weeding, harvesting and going to market. My son does the garlic, bees, chickens and goats when he's home. Ex does all the plowing, tilling, mowing, building sheds, shelters, and fences and tends the chickens and goats when Matt is gone. DH does all the composting, helping with seed starting by mixing soil mix and making paper pots and tending the heaters in the GH, marks rows, his plants are the potatoes and strawberries and asparagus. He helps harvest and loves the actual going to market. There's no way I could do it all myself, especially with watching grandchildren three days a week.