[Namron] back with honey
barat at cox.net
Sat Feb 25 19:45:01 PST 2006
Most apiary's stockpile honey and have it available year round.
However, they tend to run low in the Spring.
The price can vary a great deal. Not due to the time of year, but
simply due to supply.
Every few years the bee population is devastated by bee mites. When
this happens prices can double or triple and will stay up until the
following year's harvest - assuming the bee mites don't cause a
problem two years in a row.
Sixty pounds won't be a problem. Last time a group of us purchased
honey in bulk we purchased 300 pounds.
BTW: I have not found an apiary that gives a discount for large
purchases. Thirty pounds or 300, the price will be the same per pound.
H.L. Barat FitzWalter Reynolds
M.K.A. Stephen Pursley
Barony of Namron
Kingdom of Ansteorra
On Feb 25, 2006, at 7:17 PM, Jim L Couch wrote:
> Matthias or anyone else with the knowledge
> Is bulk honey something that is seasonal or are they able to sell it
> year round. Does the price vary during the year much? I want about
> 60 pounds
> On 2/25/06, Matthias the Brewer <matthiasthebrewer at cox.net> wrote:
>> We get our honey straight from some apiarys.
>> In fact, we probably need some more honey soon.
> Namron mailing list
> Namron at ansteorra.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Namron