Our Honey Giveaway For Our 3rd Birthday Celebration!

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As you all know we are celebrating our 3rd Birthday all month-long and every Friday this month we are having a giveaway so that you can be part of the celebration!

This honey is from our apiary “The Winsome Roost” where we take great care not to use any pesticides in and or around our hives all of our honey is raw and unprocessed (not heated up at all) so you get the full benefit of all of the beneficial enzymes that are in this wonderful golden elixir the bees make for us!

You will get 1 lb. of honey unfortunately this giveaway is only open to US Residents (in the continental US) only due to shipping expense etc….and also laws governing honey being shipped to other countries.

Our Winners From Our Candy Roaster Pumpkin Seed Giveaway are:

  • Kelly M.
  • Darlene O.
  • Donna B.

Make sure to email me your address at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com so we can get these out to you right away!

Remember these winners were randomly selected by Rafflecopter.

Enter The Giveaway Here!

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Also next Wednesday August 14th at 9PM Eastern in partnership with “The Homestead Bloggers Network”  The Viking and I will be co-hosting a Bee Keeping Question & Answer Time on “The Homestead Bloggers Network Facebook Page”  so one of the requests of entering this giveaway will be for you to ask a “Bee Keeping” question that will be included in this conversation next Wednesday!   It is sure to be a fun evening and informative!   We will try to answer as many questions as possible!

We are so glad you are all joining in and celebrating with us all month-long!  Who knew when we decided to share our lives with others and our journey of sustainable living that we would be still going strong after three years and we continue to have more and more ideas to share with all of you!

Fondly,

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17 thoughts on “Our Honey Giveaway For Our 3rd Birthday Celebration!

  1. My dad and I have been talking about starting beekeeping. My question is how far away from a water source do the bees need to be?

  2. Hi, we are planning to get a beehive soon but are finding out that there is a lot of different types of bees. What kind of bees do you prefer? Thanks!

  3. Something I always wondered about beekeeping and honey – if you have ragweed allergies & use honey to alleviate those allergies, does it need to be harvested during the time when ragweed blooms? (Here that’s the end of August through October)

    ~Taylor-Made Ranch~
    Wolfe City, Texas

  4. How to use honey in recipes. My daughter was just told that she has Type 2 diabetes. Could I use honey instead of sugar in baking. We are sweet lovers and I am learning to cook and bake with her in mind.

  5. Thank you for all of your questions these topics will all be addressed in the Wednesday Bee Keeping Chat and I will post a transcript of the chat on my blog as well in case you can’t make it but I so hope you all do 🙂

  6. What kind of flowers are the bees visiting? We are past nectar flow here in Baltimore. They are struggling right now.

  7. Beekeeping is on my list of things to do! The garden this year is abundant with them and I need all the pointers I can find! Love your blog!

  8. My question is; We have heard about the huge drop in the bee population, is there a way we can help as homeowners, by planting specific plants etc? In addition, I wonder if it is possible for Manuka honey to be produced here? We were introduced to it, visiting family in New Zealand, and since have used it for sore throats etc with great results, but imported honey is very pricey.

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