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Liquid honey is what most people think about when someone says honey. Did you know that honey comes in as many flavors? The flavor and color of honey is dependent upon the flowers that the bees visit when gathering nectar and pollen.
We now carry our honey in plastic squeeze bottles which cuts down on the shipping weight as well as reducing worries about container damage during transit.
You can purchase at our online store or you can stop by and make a purchase at the farm. Please make arrangements with us if you are coming to the farm on a day that we have not specified that we will be open so we don't miss you. We do accept credit cards online but not at the farm.
The 2013 honey harvest has started as the bees have been working the spring flowers. We are hopeful for a bountiful harvest since the last two years have been below average.
Is your honey crystallizing?
It is not spoiled! Did you know that honey is the only food that will not spoil? If your honey begins to crystallize all you need to do is warm it up. (Melting the crystals in honey should only be done by a responsible adult!) This is easily done by leaving the securely closed container of honey on your car dash with the windows up on a warm spring or summer day. Be careful! Honey is very sticky and hot honey can cause a nasty burn. If you spill honey in your vehicle it will create a sticky mess.