Ballard Bee Company in Washington recorded the rural ransacking - which took place last week - on their Facebook page.
According to Metro, the company found that the bears had destroyed two hives whilst making off with their sugary loot.
"We had early trick-or-treaters at the farm today," the Ballard Bee company said in a post on their Facebook page. "Sneaky devils."
The company also uploaded a picture of the aftermath of the incident, showing pieces of hives and honeycomb scattered in a messy piles.
Ballard Bee's Corky Luster said that they had not had any problems with bear raids before, but the business has since reinforced the farm's fence with an electric deterrent to discourage any other curious creatures.
In 2008, a Macedonian court convicted a bear of stealing honey before fining him £1,700 ($2,720). The sticky-fingered culprits involved in this latest case have yet to be tracked down.