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|Honey and Honey Products - Sedgemoor Honey Farm|
Sedgemoor Honey Farm53 West View,
Creech St Michael,
Tel: 01823 442 734
Sedgemoor Honey Farm - Finest Somerset Honey, from our own bees.
Situated on the outskirts of Taunton, Sedgemoor Honey Farm produces the finest Somerset honey and is available through good local shops, farm shops and National Trust outlets in Somerset.
Chris Harries started beekeeping back in the mid 1970’s. Little could he have then known that his fascination with 2 hives in the garden, would develop into the successful bee farm of today.
Still largely single-handed, Chris now runs 300 colonies of bees, divided between 20 apiaries. They forage for nectar in the fields and hedgerows of Somerset, including the Quantock and Blackdown hills, Sedgemoor and south Somerset. During the summer months many hives are moved to take full advantage of the changing nectar flows, including the purple heather of Exmoor, with it’s distinctive aroma and flavour.
Sedgemoor Honey Farm provides:
- Commercial honey production, available through good local shops and farm shops in Somerset.
- A much sought after pollination service for local farmers and growers.
- Queen bees and nucleus colonies are reared for sale to other beekeepers.
- Surplus beeswax is recycled or used in traditional products such as candles and polish.
Creation date : 14/08/2010 @ 16:24
Last update : 14/08/2010 @ 16:24
Category : Honey and Honey Products
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