Local Honey

OPEN: Saturdays, 10am – 4pm or by appointment – call: 941-322-2446

I’ll be posting on our facebook page to keep you updated. Thanks!

We now accept Visa, Mastercard & Discover.

DIRECTIONS to the farm

Word has finally gotten out….

Local honey is good for you!
Seems like more and more, people are discovering the value of eating local, raw honey.
We’ve been eating it for years and can tell you that there is nothing like sticking your fingers in some fresh honey right out of the hive and licking that sweet goodness!
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The photo above is of a bar out of one of our Top Bar hives with beautiful comb filled with honey and covered with some very busy bees. It’s such a blessing to see God’s little honeybees up close and personal.

Honey bees at the Top Bar Hive entrance

Honey bees at the Top Bar Hive entrance

We love to eat bee pollen on a daily basis and find that it gives us energy and seems to help keep our immune systems in good shape as does raw honey.

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1/4 lb. & 1/2 lb. jars of Bee Pollen

 

 

 

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Honey Bears full of local varietal honeys:

Orange Blossom, Saw Palmetto, Brazilian Pepper & Wildflower

 

 

 

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Quarts, pints & half-pints of local honeys plus Maine Blueberry & N. Florida Tupelo!

22 thoughts on “Local Honey

    1. Debbie Post author

      So glad you want to visit! I’m open on Saturdays from 10am-4pm, also several days a week but that changes from week to week so it’s best to call ahead (941-322-2446)
      Thanks!

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  1. Gerald Fletcher

    Do you have larger quantities of honey? If so could I get a price on 55ga #60?

    Thanks Alot
    Gerald Fletcher

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  2. Maureen

    i found you from reading “your local farm guide” that is being handed out at the UTC mall. Heading north for the holidays but will come to buy herbs and local honey as soon as i return in January.
    Just wanted you to know where i got the word that you exist.

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    1. Debbie Post author

      There’s nothing wrong with the honey, it’s just crystalizing which is a natural process. You can spoon the honey out of the jar and use it in it’s solid state but, if that doesn’t appeal to you, you can put the jar in a warm water bath (loosen the top) and gently warm the honey, stirring until it has re liquified.
      Hope that helps!

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  3. Brenda Spalding

    so glad I found you. I love to shop local.
    I’m an author and working on a novel set in the area titled, The Bee Keepers Daughter. I would like to be able to talk to a local bee keeper and ask some questions to make sure I get my facts right in the telling of my story. Would some one be available to talk to me?
    I’m free on Saturdays, and mostly Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays during the week.
    You can also call my cell phone 941-773-5340
    If you are able to help me your shop will credited in my acknowledgements.

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    1. Debbie Post author

      Hi Brenda…sounds like fun! However, my husband will be having surgery next week so I’ll be closed from Monday the 15th until at least July 1st. If I can help you then I would be happy to. Blessings, Debbie

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  4. CYNTHIA PERKINS

    Do you sell beeswax? The bars not pellets. If you do please let me know prices per weight. Thank you , are you at the sat market at the SCTI campus?

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