Bee products, such as honey, propolis, pollen, bee bread, bee venom and royal jelly, are rich in vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. People often derive benefits from nature and apply these products as dietary supplements or therapeutics against various diseases. Until recently little has been known of their effects on animals. Recent years, however, have seen a growing interest in the possibility of using bee products in the nutrition and treatment of farm animals. This study collects and presents the current state of knowledge on the therapeutic and nutritional properties of these products in livestock, and summarizes the results of various experiments conducted in Poland and other countries.