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+++ Gallons of Honey - Local Pickup Only

1 Gallon Jug of Honey
Common price: $60.00 Our price: $58.00 each
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Pure Michigan Honey
Pickup Only from our Farm

 

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Gallons of Honey may be ordered and picked up from our farm on this page  This is an economical Gallon container we use a lot - but it cannot be shipped!   This is the same gallon container that we use at our Sales Stand when it is open in the Fall.  (Any order can be picked up at our farm - just select "Local Pickup" when checking out.)  

 

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2 - Any Size - Any Amount -  or one of our Very Sturdy Gallon Shipping Jugs - use this link and your whole order will be shipped UPS or USPS.

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3 -  If you want a Heavy Duty  Gallon of honey shipped  to your door (Shipping included in price) - use this page.  This is our Very Sturdy Gallon Shipping Jug - 12lbs -  that we use to ship honey in and it is the cheapest way to ship a single gallon.  Or order a box of Honey with 3 5lbs in it (15lbs)

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4 - Gallons of Honey may be Picked up from our farm with this link  We have an economical Gallon container we use a lot - but it cannot be shipped!   This is the same gallon container that we use at our Sales Stand when it is open in the Fall.  (Any order can be picked up at our farm - just select "Local Pickup" when checking out.) 

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 Come to our Farm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in September and this Gallon of honey is ON SALE!

 

Is the honey I am purchasing raw or heated? During September/October the honey may be raw, at other times it has always been re-warmed slightly to package it. Honey is stored in barrels, after a few months every barrel is solid and it has to be warmed.

Please Note - We do not have drop in customer service at the farm when our sales stand is not open.

 


Raw & Unprocessed Honey? Unfiltered Honey? Pasteurized Honey?What`s the difference? Click Here!!!


The Honeybee in Michigan
(just some informational pictures about Honey production)

 
Purchasing honey at our sales stand in the fall
extracting honey 
 

(picture on right) Frames of honey are loaded into our extractor. The extractor can hold 33 - 9.5 inch frames or 66 - 6.5 inch frames. The extractor is a centrufuge and will spin the frames at three different speed for about 30 to 40 minutes.

 

Click here for more beekeeping, extracting and harvest pictures.

 

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