• Clark’s, Colorado Honey

    Robust, and full of flavor, this honey is indigenous to the Rocky Mountain West and is excellent for making Mead. It is raw and unfiltered and produced at Clark’s honey farm in Fort Lupton, CO.

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    $6.00
  • Clark’s, Colorado Wildflower Honey

    Made from Front Range Colorado wildflowers.

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    $54.00
  • CLARKS, COLORADO HONEY BEARS

    Robust, and full of flavor, this honey is indigenous to the Rocky Mountain West and is excellent for making Mead. It is raw and unfiltered and produced at Clark’s honey farm in Fort Lupton, CO.

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  • CLARKS, COLORADO VARIETAL HONEY

    NEED DESCRIPTION

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  • HONEYCOMB, 4 x 4

    Beekeepers may remove the entire honeycomb to harvest honey. Honey bees consume about 8.4 lb (3.8 kg) of honey to secrete 1 lb (454 g) of wax,[1] so it makes economic sense to return the wax to the hive after harvesting the honey. The structure of the comb may be left basically intact when honey is extracted from it by uncapping and spinning in a centrifugal machine—the honey extractor. If the honeycomb is too worn out, the wax can be reused in a number of ways, including making sheets of comb foundation with hexagonal pattern. Such foundation sheets allow the bees to build the comb with less effort, and the hexagonal pattern of worker-sized cell bases discourages the bees from building the larger drone cells.Artificial honeycomb foundation plate in which bees have already completed some cells

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