This year with our honey harvest we’re giving away a jar to each tree customer until we run out! This is raw honey from our honey farm in Drexel Hill… the good stuff! If you don’t have a tree service coming up and just want to buy a jar, give us a ring.
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Raw honey is honey that has not been processed, pasteurized, or filtered. It is directly extracted from the beehive and may contain small amounts of pollen, wax, and propolis. Raw honey is considered to be more natural and nutritious compared to processed honey because it retains its natural enzymes, antioxidants, and other beneficial compounds. It also has a thicker consistency and may have a cloudy appearance due to the presence of bee pollen and other particles.
Of course we farm bees for their honey but there’s also some other great benefits to keeping honey bees including:
- Pollination: Honey bees play a vital role in pollinating plants, including crops, fruits, and vegetables. By pollinating these plants, honey bees help increase their yield and quality, leading to better harvests.
- Honey production: Honey bees produce honey, which is a natural sweetener and has numerous health benefits. Honey can be used for cooking, baking, and as a natural remedy for various ailments.
- Environmental benefits: Honey bees help maintain ecological balance by pollinating plants and contributing to biodiversity. They also help in the fertilization of plants and aid in soil health.
- Economic benefits: Beekeeping can provide additional income to farmers and beekeepers by selling honey and other hive products like beeswax, pollen, and propolis.
- Educational benefits: Keeping honey bees can be a great learning experience, teaching people about the importance of pollinators, the benefits of honey, and the role of bees in our ecosystem.
Overall, keeping honey bees can have numerous benefits, both for the environment and for individuals who keep them.