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    Quote Originally Posted by dbowling View Post
    I just paid 48.00 for 3 quarts, it had went up about 4 dollars a quart since last time I bought it from him. But I know how much it costs him to maintain his bees so doesnt bother me too much plus I know where it came from.
    Yeah plus almost all honey you buy from stores like Walmart or grocery is not real honey it is water down using corn syrup to increase to amount of volume they can produce about the only way to get real raw honey is to buy it from a beekeeper


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    I decided to get a few chickens to have some fresh eggs. I now have somewhere around 70. I wonder how man hives I will end up with?
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    I have a friend and his daughter that raise bees. They know I like the honeycomb and always add a big chunk in the mason jar when I trade Sac A Lait for honey. I think I'll go get me a big spoon of that comb and chew on it now that I'm thinking about it.
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    Local honey is delicious. Lot of hard work to get it. I watched a video of the bees they are hard working little critters


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    I looked at some of the observation hives that they have. You can see the bees work and build the comb.
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    Good stuff, I want mine raw. Straight from the hive.
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    Ever try using the bee-moth grubs for panfish bait?
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    A female worker be lives about 42 days due to the fact they literally work themselves to death there wings become so brittle from the amount of flying they do they just can’t make it back to the hive. Now that’s a worker lol


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    [QUOTE=frugalfisherman;3903652]A female worker be lives about 42 days due to the fact they literally work themselves to death there wings become so brittle from the amount of flying they do they just can’t make it back to the hive. Now that’s a worker lol


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    That job doesn't have a good retirement plan
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    [QUOTE=DockShootinJack;3903656]
    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfisherman View Post
    A female worker be lives about 42 days due to the fact they literally work themselves to death there wings become so brittle from the amount of flying they do they just can’t make it back to the hive. Now that’s a worker lol


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    That job doesn't have a good retirement plan
    Thats the truth lol


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