| New Muth Jars Coming
We will soon have 4 oz. Glass Muth Jars on our site. Will post pictures once they are ready to go. Our dad is making wooden crates that will hold 3 jars which will make a great holiday gift. We'll let everyone know when they are ready to go.
New Honey Stick Flavors
New Honey sticks now available - just added Apple, Cherry and Grape. Now have 32 honey sticks to choose from!
Comb Honey - Long Term Storage
You can store comb honey long term in your freezer - simply tape up the container we send you and place into a ziploc bag and place in your freezer. When you take it out - thaw it and it's ready to eat.
Posted by eBee on 8/31/2014
Clover Honey 2014
Clover Honey from this year (2014) is coming off the hives and now ready! All clover honey is liquid right now - both raw and heated and filtered.
Honey Update around U.S.
Update on Honey Production around the U.S.
Posted by eBeeHoney on 6/8/2014
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Farmland Census Update
From the recently released 2012 agricultural census data. According to the census data, nearly 100,000 farms were lost and over 7.5 million acres of land were taken out of farming since the last agricultural census was taken in 2007. The American Farmland Trust, says that translates into 1200 acres of U.S. farmland being developed every day. The census also found that one-third of American farmers are age 65 or over, and another 29% are between age 55-64.
Posted by eBeeHoney on 5/30/2014
Soap with Honey
Have been making these for some time for folks for weddings and showers so have now placed them on the website.
Posted by eBeeHoney on 4/20/2014
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Honey Straw Givaway
A honey straw giveaway has just started on Facebook - winner announce Feb. 9th!
Posted by eBeeHoney on 2/5/2014
Labels for Favors
Common question we get asked is the price of labels? We do personalized honey jars, lip balms, soaps, etc. with any label you wish; however, we do not do labels by themselves. We do the labels for our products that we sell and not just labels by themselves. Hope this helps!
Posted by Administrator on 12/30/2013