Keep your eyes open. There are alot of beekeepers out there that go about it very quietly. They might help you out if you can feret them out and approach them in the right way.
Very good point. I have a neighbor whose business is to deal with "animal nusiance" not your mice/rats/cockroach stuff, but more like skunks, bears, bats.
Needless to say he got into beekeeping by getting calls to remove swarms. He has no extracting equipment so he brings his supers to our honeyhouse and extracts.
He has about 10 hives and that is about his limit. So, I just give him a couple empty nucs to keep on his truck, he charges to remove the swarms, and drops them off to us.
A win,win,win,win situation....
Win for the customer, their happy to pay to get rid of the bees
Win for him, he gets $$$ and easily gets rid of the bees (bet he wishes getting rid of the skunks were as easy)
Win for us - free bees
Win for the bees - new home vs. death