Honey crop down due to weather

The honey crop this fall is very light. Too much rain in June and July and now way too dry. Bees are not able to collect any nectar from the plants without rain. We will be running out of various honey varieties prior to producing more next year.
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Bee Pollen now off the hives

Bee Pollen off the hives and also ready!  https://www.ebeehoney.com/bee-pollen.html
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Basswood - Linden Honey is off the Hives

Basswood - Linden Honey is off the Hives - if you enjoy a nice fresh tasting honey with hints of mint overtones you'll love basswood honey.

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Spring 2021 Hive Update

Checked all the beehives and only lost a few over the winter - Spring looks to be coming in Early and bees are gearing up!
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Creamed Honey now available

Creamed honey is now available. We only ship creamed honey during the winter months since the heat of shipping in the summer months would reliquify it. We have creamed clover, creamed goldenrod, creamed orange blossom and creamed
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New Website

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Locust Honey

Late frost knocked off all the locust blossom so there will be locust honey this year.
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Sage Honey Now Available!

Sage honey is now available - you can read about it here:  

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Chunk Honey getting low

Have sold out of comb honey and chunk honey getting low. Once we are sold out, that will be it until the 2019 crop which comes off late summer 2019.

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Raw locust with apple blossom and cherry blossom now available

We have now listed our raw locust honey with apple blossom and cherry blossom: https://www.ebeehoney.com/raw_locust_honey.html

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Beeswax

Glenn busy at work pouring more beeswax!

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Comb Honey and Chunk Honey

We are just about sold out of comb honey for this season - still have some chunk honey available. 

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Buckwheat Honey 2017 Crop is Ready!

Buckwheat Honey crop from 2017 is ready to go!

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Clover Honey off the Hives!

Just extracted clover honey and it's ready to go - will stay liquid for a couple months at best. So right now you can choose between liquid and crystallized honey.
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