Monday, October 17, 2016

Honey Harvest

It took several days to harvest our honey this fall, we worked on and off. It is completely done now, and we have 2 1/2 gallons, about 30 lbs of raw honey. It is packaged in small honey bears, 1/2 pint jars, 1 pint jars and large quart jars. The biggest mess, everything is sticky, I find it all over the place. My hands find it somehow, and I am washing them all the time. The frames that have had the honey removed are still full of the good stuff..........they are put into the smallest hive we have. It will help those bees enormously. They love it.

The funny thing is that when we first got the bees....we didn't think about the honey harvest. If we priced it by all the $$$ spent to get this far.....the price would be outrageous. Not to say, that for some people, bee keeping is a money making endeavour. We do indeed get a good harvest of produce and fruit!

1 comment:

  1. Hello my fellow Oregon girl...I live in Tualatin (Willamette Valley) I moved here 22 years ago. What an awesome job on your honey. We were very lucky the storm stayed off coast...although yesterday was a rainy mess. I am your newest follower and look forward to staying in touch through your blog.


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