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"(Thomas) (Cornick)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Informed Discussion of Beekeeping Issues and Bee Biology <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 29 Sep 1998 21:04:37 EDT
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In a message dated 9/29/98 7:15:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
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>  The nearest packer to upstate NY, where I am, is in New Hampshire.  I would
>  say a medium size packer...but might be a small packer.  Regardless, he was
>  reported as offering $.57 a pound for 7,500 pounds of 1998 crop.  Not
>  certain of the grade involved.
Let them pack sand
Or import honey
Sell as much of your crop retail and local as you can.
I remember milk being dumped or fed to hogs to keep prices up in an
This for me is a hobby and even though I harvested a little over a ton this
year a gallon jug is about as close to wholesale as I care to sell.
I am getting  8-9$ a quart in mason jars for raw honey with no heat used in
the processing including uncapping with a fork.
Nothing fancy involved here- all wildflower harvested late spring midsummer
and fall and kept seperate.
Tom in CT who feels strongly that his honey is no commodity.