Do you want to make money from honey? Learn beekeeping and get into a business that can bring you great returns.

Not only will you have money, but it’s great fun working with bees.

Did you know that bees only live for a month? Does not that just give a new spin to the phrase “busy as a bee?” In fact, you may start thinking twice before saying that right now.

The fact of the matter is that bees only live for around 35 days, wasting most of their lives in hauling nectar using their wings.

During the non-blooming season, the honey cultured by these creatures are eaten by them. During blooming season, however, they produce so much more than they can actually consume.

And since they produce more than what they need, you can now harvest all the extra honey available both for your personal consumption or profit.

When harvesting the honey from the hives, you will notice that they are two different types. One type, liquid honey, can be taken out of the hive effortlessly. With the aid of an extractor, liquid honey can be reaped from its combs.

Comb honey, on the other hand, is the honey found in the combs. This is because some portions of the combs are also put up for sale. This honey is not usually used to flavor your food or your drink. However, due to the natural flavor, a lot of people buy the comb, honey.

I’m very sure that you have already seen different types of honey in various flavors and colors. They’re not found your typical grocery, but you can check these out in food organic shops and outlets.

Most likely, different types of honey can be purchased within your area, as well as faraway areas.

The nectar coming from the flowers represent the corresponding honey’s smell, color, and taste which is produced by the bees.

The chemistry of the soil where the flowers grow it is also another factor in honey quality.

A good example of this is the alfalfa nectar. Since it grows from soil that is dry and alkaline, it will produce a clear honey. On the other hand, the buckwheat nectar will most likely produce a dark honey since it thrives in acidic soil.

Lastly, remember that the quality of the honeycomb also contributes to the color and the taste of the honey. Believe it or not, there’s honey with a green shade there every now and then.

Did you know that there are some studies that show the alleviating effects honey on various allergies? But where should it be coming from? Should it be homegrown or from a dry, arid desert?

Regardless of where it’s from, honey is great for your health.

Keep in mind though that there are certain federal and state laws for the labeling, processing, and even handling of food products like processed honey. These laws should be followed by beekeepers at all times to ensure the safety of the consumers.

Beekeeping is a real business and can be done not just for pleasure. This is why there are local government guidelines that differ in accordance with the regulations for beekeeping in certain areas. It is necessary to understand the said rules and follow them if you want to continue being in business.

Have you also considered your marketing strategy? Where and to what should you sell your honey and honey-related products? You may enjoy your work as a beekeeper, but you should also treat it as a business.

Thrive as a beekeeper and learn beekeeping in your area today.

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Source by Bob Luckerin