🐝2022 Bee Success
This year’s Bee College was a great success.
I personally enjoyed learning to infuse honey with herbs. I hope to have the same herbalist offer a class here at Copoco’s.
It was exciting to hear from Dr. Carson about his beekeeping in Alaska. They use snow to insulate their hives and protect them from that wind!!
We now have in stock one of Dr. Carson’s products called Optima. It is a great bee feed supplement. You’re welcome to come buy some syrup, with some in it.
There was plenty of presentations for the beekeeper and honey lover alike. If you missed it this year, be sure to make it out next time.
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