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| Honey and Honey Products - Medibee|
(Home of The Famous Honey)
North East Derbyshire
Careline: 01246 292425
The Wonderful Beehive – Nature’s own nutrient bounty!
Medibee has two bee farms in the beautiful Peak District in Derbyshire with ancient wild flower meadows, woodlands and heather moorlands. Medibee specialises in antibacterial honey which arises not just from the exceptional environment that millions of bees enjoy, but the gums and resins from ancient hedgerows which wind for miles in and around our wonderful valleys.
At Medibee we work in harmony with Mother Nature – using ancient beekeeping skills and years of experience to reap the harvest of every beehive at exactly the right time.
Beekeepers are always in a state of wonder at the industrious behaviour within the hive and the bees' navigational skills around our beautiful valley. Bees can travel up to 6 miles. Bees are selfless, they work non-stop, seemingly. The workers (that's right, the majority of bees who work flat out) wear themselves out – and live only 8-10 weeks during summer. Bees forage for pollen and honey in most weather conditions – damp or dry, warm or windy – but never, never in wet weather! Would you want to be grounded by wet wings? We have even witnessed a Queen Bee 'taking the air' on a cold, crisp Christmas Day – we know we are privileged to witness such a sight.
Creation date : 14/08/2010 @ 15:30
Last update : 14/08/2010 @ 15:30
Category : Honey and Honey Products
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