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    Wmfd

    Jarring creamed honey - an easier way?

    Thanks Fatshark, Iíll give that a go. Yes, I let it cool a bit before using the masher (and it can often be back to room temperature when I jar).

    Iíll get one of my tubs with a honey gate ready...

    Wmfd Today, 09:40 AM Go to last post
    fatshark

    You should be able to warm it again to ~35 and it...

    You should be able to warm it again to ~35 and it will flow nicely into the jar.

    I say 'again' assuming you did the potato mashing as the honey cools ... though perhaps without seeding that's not...

    fatshark Yesterday, 10:11 PM Go to last post
    Wmfd

    Jarring creamed honey - an easier way?

    Being on the edge of the fens I end up with a lot of rape honey. To process I let it set in the bucket, which doesn't take long at all.

    When I want to sell I then warm slightly (30-35C) to soften...

    Wmfd Yesterday, 10:07 PM Go to last post
    Greengage

    Queen in Purdah

    Hi,
    There was a link here once to a french supplier selling hives for Queens in Purdah can anyone remember the link or topic it came up under. Thanks.

    Greengage Yesterday, 07:14 PM Go to last post
    gavin

    Bee Health Awareness Days - Kelso 18 May 2019 and Dunblane 1 June 2019

    THE BEE HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PARTNERSHIP

    (BHIP)

    invite beekeepers to a

    BEE HEALTH AWARENESS DAY

    on Saturday 18th May 2019, 9.30am – 4.30pm at Kelso High School, Angraflat Road, Kelso, TD5...

    gavin Yesterday, 12:33 AM Go to last post