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Does any BLFs sell raw honey to members here?

We hope to use it as a sweetner and for medicinal purposes.

Pls inbox me.  Thank you,


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I have honey for sale, but we live on the south side so getting it to you might be a problem. You will probably be able to get some from one of our north of the river members, Cathie Maclean and Mary-Anne Baker are members that come to mind as owning hives. Or you can wait until the Woodridge markets day which we will be going to and we could make swap then. I live at Park Ridge so it is a long way to come.

Good Luck!

Roger, inboxed you.

Hi Jeff, I checked the link you provided.  There is no differentiation between honey providers and pet store with beekeeping products.

I think just have to go through the map pet store with beekeeping products may also sell the honey or have a  local source .


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