Tis’ the season!
Our honey makes a perfect holiday gift!
It’s straight from our backyard, and it tastes great. It costs $10 for a pound, and $6 for a half pound.
This time of year, I often get questions on what our bees do during the winter. The bees cannot survive alone outside in the cold, so they cluster together inside the hive to generate heat. In this cluster, they slowly work their way from the bottom of the hive to the top, eating honey that they have stored along the way. However, during this process lots can go wrong. Sometimes the bees work their way up the hive too fast, and once they’re all the way up they do not go back down, other times the bees do not store enough honey and starve. It’s a hard life to be a bee!
Over the winter of 2015 we lost 2 hives, this year we’re hoping to lose none. New Jersey beekeepers will normally lose around 25% of their hives over the winter.
Right now we have plenty of honey, however orders quickly pile up, and we are normally out by mid-February. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 973-744-0701.