Sure there's the stings, the back-breaking lifting, long hours, and the constant voice in your head about things to do and things forgotten, but we beekeepers do have a few perks that some of non-beekeepers you don't. We have access to some of the most pristine honey there is; perfect white burr comb, soft, pristine, … Continue reading Ross Round Comb Honey Now Available!
Folks, did you know that honey can be used for more than just eating? It’s true! Let’s go over a few different things you can use it for. One thing; never take me 100% serious unless I advise you to. This one is a little tongue-in-cheek. But only a little. First, let’s imagine a purely … Continue reading All-Purpose Honey…
We'll be at the Abita Springs Art & Farmer's Market tomorrow, 5/7/20, with more Muscovy duck eggs. These are my personal favorite and what I eat most mornings. They're big, even for duck eggs, with huge creamy yolks. If you've never had them then give it a try! Honey is coming real soon!
One of the questions that people often ask is "what can I plant to help the bees?" It's not an easy thing to answer because while a suggestion might be theoretically correct the results might be less dramatic than you had hoped for. It's not they necessarily dislike that pretty wildflower seed mix that you … Continue reading “What can I plant to help the bees?”
Tallow is coming on!
It appears that we are getting another reminder from mother nature that she ultimately holds all the cards. We, of course, often like to think otherwise. I often remind people that we are of this earth, not some aliens dropped down to observe it from a bubble. Like every other creature that resides here, we … Continue reading Nature Throws a Curve.
Good morning! Hope everyone has a great Christmas! -Chad & Andrea
We have a lot to be thankful for this year and we hope you do too.