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Italian Honey Bee Feeding on Bee Balm

Iowa Honey

Clover honey is one of the most popular types of honey produced in Iowa state While it is generally accepted in the scientific community that the western honey bee (Apis mellifera) arrived from England with early settlers, there are also

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Honey Bees Collecting Nectar From Purple Coneflowers

Florida Honey

Florida is popular for it’s production of Orange Blossom honey Spanish explorers were first to introduce honey bees to the state of Florida in the early 1600s, and the first hives were brought to Pensacola, Florida, by English settlers in

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Carniolan Bee Collecting Nectar

Delaware Honey

Wildflower honey is one of the most popular types of honey Delaware state produces It’s not known exactly when honey bees were first spotted in Delaware, but it’s generally recognized that the bees were first introduced on the east coast

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Honey Farm in Maui Hawaii

Hawaii Honey

Hawaii Honey Producers Extracting Honey – Credit to Maui Bees Inc. Hawaii consistently turns out high quantities of honey per hive, and in 2018, it produced 103 pounds per colony – the highest in the nation. In 2019, the yield

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European Honey Bee collecting nectar from a white flower

Kentucky Honey

Kentucky honey is produced by the European honey bee and its many subspecies Most of Kentucky honey comes from multi-floral mixes, resulting in large amounts of wildflower honey produced in the state. As per the USDA report, the state had

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Honey bees on honeycomb

Louisiana Honey

Louisiana honey is typically produced between May and July depending on the region of the state The origins of the production of Louisiana honey are currently unknown, however, the popularity of beekeeping has grown so significantly in the past few

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