To whom it may concern, Andrea will be at the Abita Springs Art & Farmers Market tomorrow with Ross Round Comb Honey and duck eggs! Both items are quite pleasing, in my humble and biased opinion. Not at the same time, mind you, that would be weird. But independently, they are quite nice. Unless you … Continue reading Here ye, Here ye!
The current word is that the market is still happening tomorrow. All depends on the weather. (Remember, crypto payments are welcome.) We look forward to seeing everyone!
It will be of no surprise to Gulf Coast beekeepers near our particular latitude in longitude that the Chinese tallow trees (Sapium sebiferum Roxb.) are currently in full flower. The approximate blossom times for Chinese tallow range from May to June in South Louisiana and June and July for North Louisiana. They seem to be … Continue reading The Tallow Flow Has Begun
Government, not content with its current levels of death and economic destruction, has activated yet another one of it's invasive tendrils to this time seek out and choke the livelihood of Gulf Coast beekeepers. Let's all take a break from grieving our colonies that just froze to death to see what our central planners have … Continue reading The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves!
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…
Tallow is coming on!
JOIN US FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL FIRST RESPONDERS CHILI COOK-OFF ON SATURDAY NOV 2ND - 11:00A.M. TO 6:00P.M. at 1 North Marigold Drive, Covington, Louisiana There's going to be food, crafts, music, and all kinds of good stuff! Cooler weather is upon us and the bees are preparing for winter but you can still get … Continue reading 2nd Annual First Responders Chili Cook-Off
How 'bout that storm! We're gonna be picking up limbs for weeks! Like most people, it seems, we woke up yesterday morning only to find out that the power had been out for hours. After coffee and breakfast on the camp stove, we drove to town to get a few things done only to find … Continue reading Stormy weather