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We'll keep you up to date on what's happening in and around the hives throughout the year.   

U.S. Honey Bee Colonies Decimated in 2015

Posted by eBee on 5/12/2016 to News
U.S, Honey Bees Decimated in 2015 According to new survey

New Website

Posted by eBee on 2/19/2016 to News
Just launched our new website! 

How to Spot Fake Honey

Posted by eBeeHoney on 3/31/2015 to News
How to spot fake honey

Wildflower Comb Honey

Posted by Administrator on 9/16/2014 to News
Wildflower Comb Honey now Ready

Comb Honey - Storage

Posted by eBee on 8/31/2014 to News
How to store comb honey long term


Posted by eBeeHoney on 4/8/2014 to News
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Locust Honey Giveaway

Posted by eBeeHoney on 3/29/2014 to News
We are having a Locust Honey Giveaway on Facebook!

Great article on store bought honey! Must read article!

Posted by eBeeHoney on 3/9/2014 to News

Food Policy & Law
Tests Show Most Store Honey Isn't Honey
Ultra-filtering Removes Pollen, Hides Honey Origins

Honey Straw Givaway

Posted by eBeeHoney on 2/5/2014 to News
A honey straw giveaway has just started on Facebook - winner announce Feb. 9th!

Labels for Favors

Posted by Administrator on 12/30/2013 to News

Latest News from the Hive

Posted by eBeeHoney on 11/24/2013 to News
Latest News

Bald Faced Hornets - Collecting Venom

Posted by eBeeHoney on 8/31/2013 to News
Collecting Bald Faced Hornet Nests for Venom Collection

Honey Production from the U.S. August 2013

Posted by eBeeHoney on 8/31/2013 to News
Honey Production so far this year around the U.S.

Imported Honey = Recent Indictment

Posted by Administrator on 1/7/2012 to News
Here's a good article on folks altering things brought into the US and calling it honey!  there have been a number of these now in recent years which is great news to the local U.S. Beekeeper trying to compete against this type of stuff.  Click "Read More" to read article.  

Colony Collapse Disease

Posted by Administrator on 7/24/2011 to News
Here's a great video on CCD (Colony Collapse Discorder)
During the winter of 2006-2007, some beekeepers began to report unusually high losses of 30-90 percent of their hives. As many as 50 percent of all affected colonies demonstrated symptoms inconsistent with any known causes of honeybee death: sudden loss of a colony’s worker bee population with very few dead bees found near the colony.

The queen and brood (young) remained, and the colonies had relatively abundant honey and pollen reserves. But hives cannot sustain themselves without worker bees and would eventually die. This combination of events resulting in the loss of a bee colony has been called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).
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