We produce this honey from bees on our farm harvesting pollen from our crops, wild flower areas and hedgerows.
With help from Nick from @ovenstone109 , mainly in the form of arm muscle, Claire has jarred a huge amount of honey this week.
First you need to cut off the caps keeping the honey in. Once that’s done the frames are placed in a huge drum and using centrifugal force the honey is spun out. It slowly drips out the bottom before being filtered and then jarred.
Bees are integral to everything we do on the farm. Without these wonderful little creatures we couldn’t produce the food you eat. It’s very important to us that they are looked after well.