What started out as a hobby and one beehive grew into a family business in a few years. The family now owns sixty beehives that produce Summer Flower and Fall Flower honey.
"We were introduced to beekeeping quite innocently by my late father-in-law, Tom Babcock, who was known locally as the Bee Man. He brought one hive of bees to our backyard to show my son Hunter, all about his hobby. Little did I know that we would grow from one hive of bees to sixty hives in just a few years. My husband was as anxious or even more than my son to learn about bee keeping. Our hobby quickly grew and became an official business in 2016. Presently, our entire family, my son and daughter included, participates in all aspects of our business. It starts with tending the bees out in the bee yards, to extracting the honey, to bottling, and delivering the delicious honey" ~ Tammy Babcock
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In addition to its delicious taste, honey in its raw form, is popular for its many natural health benefits:
containing simple sugars, honey is a natural healthier sweetener used in eating, cooking, baking
alleviates allergy symptoms by desensitizing seasonal pollen allergens
topical treatment of wounds and burns
natural cough suppressant and remedy for sore throats